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Hilton hits a high note at Berklee

Lisa Hilton with student Noe Socha in the adaptive music lab at Berklee. Lisa Hilton with student Noe Socha in the adaptive music lab at Berklee. (Kelly Davidson)
By Mark Shanahan & Meredith Goldstein
Globe Staff / August 6, 2011

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Jazz pianist Lisa Hilton dropped by Berklee’s adaptive music tech lab for visually impaired students before her gig at the Regattabar. Hilton, whose nieces are none other than celebutantes Paris and Nicky Hilton, performs clinics and benefit shows for a number of schools across the country, including the Perkins School for the Blind. Next month, she’ll be at Berklee’s Cafe 939, playing with Berklee student Noe Socha and vocalist John Castillo, a student at Perkins.