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Kareem Clarke

Assistant Professor
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Kareem Clarke is a DJ and music producer from Brooklyn, New York. As a producer, he has released music independently as well as with several independent record labels since 2015. Most recently he has been creating music for TV and for brands while releasing music under the moniker Tony Clarke in the dance and electronic genres.

As a DJ, Clarke remains active in the Boston DJ scene. He has been asked to set the stage for Illenium, 50 Cent, Sonny Fodera, Snakehips, and more at major venues including the Grand Boston and Big Night Live.

Career Highlights
  • Instruments include piano, turntables, and Ableton
  • Produces music featured on Emmy nominated daytime TV show
  • Artist/performer at SXSW 2017
  • Resident DJ for Big Night Entertainment Group
  • Recipient of the Posse Foundation Leadership Scholarship
  • M.A., Berklee College of Music, global entertainment and music business
  • M.M., Berklee College of Music, music production, technology, and innovation
  • B.A., Lafayette College
In Their Own Words

I want my students to walk away with methods of catalyzing their creativity and workflow. The music industry will grow and change, but being able to remain creative will keep you going."

I have seen different sides of the music industry in my career so far from releasing music independently, starting my own record label, releasing music with other labels, and producing for television. I am also very active in my career right now. The combination of my experience and active career keeps my ideas, technique, and insight relevant to my students."

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