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November 15, 2012 | Berklee's Bryce Milano


We've been following the career path of young pup, now full-time Berklee School of Music student, mandolin virtuoso Bryce Milano since we me him and his Nebraska raised father Joseph seven years ago at Rigelfest. At the time, he'd been under the tutelage of Mike Marshall, including a stint with Darol Anger and String Nation. You can tell by the following video he's come of his own not only as a performer but a promising composer.

Video Link: Bryce Milano "Megatune"

Catch up on the latest: The Bryce Milano Quintet to kick off Brown Bag concert series

Posted by Ted at November 15, 2012 6:22 AM

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