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Astor Piazzolla - Tango Etude No. 3 (BerkleeAnywhere featuring Antonina Styczen)

Astor Piazzolla's "Tango Etude No. 3" performed by flutist Antonina Styczen for the #BerkleeAnywhere Concert Series. The series features college and conservatory students performing wherever they are around the world every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. EST on Berklee’s IGTV and Facebook. Watch Antonina’s full concert here:


Antonina Styczen
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Recorded by Antonina Styczen
Video post-production: External Affairs
Audio post-production: Andres Gonzalez

About Berklee College of Music:
Berklee is the preeminent institute of contemporary music and the performing arts, offering undergraduate and graduate degree programs at its campuses in Boston, Massachusetts, and Valencia, Spain, and through its award-winning distance learning program, Berklee Online. Dedicated to nurturing the creative and career potential of the world’s most inspired artists, Berklee’s commitment to arts education is reflected in the work of its students, faculty, and alumni—hundreds of whom have been recognized with Grammy, Tony, Oscar, and Emmy awards.

At Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee, students explore interdisciplinary approaches to music, dance, theater, film, business, health care, education, technology, and more. Our pioneering youth programs reach underserved classrooms throughout the U.S. and beyond. With students and alumni from more than 100 nations and educational partners across the world, we are forging new connections among art forms, musical traditions, and technologies to build a dynamic, diverse, and collaborative global arts community. Learn more at berklee.edu.

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