Joe Walsh, coordinator of Berklee’s first American Roots Music summer program, discusses what’s in store for the student pickers, strummers, and pluckers who choose to study with some of the most respected names in modern roots music.
Developing Your Musicianship, a new massive open online course (MOOC) offered by Berklee and Coursera, will introduce you to key concepts and approaches you'll need to understand, create, and perform contemporary music.
On May 10, 2014, this year's honorary doctorate recipients will be recognized for their achievements in and influences on music, and for their enduring contributions to American and international culture.
The Field Effect is a rock quartet featuring four Berklee alumni with a passion for well-crafted songs filled with introspective lyrics, infectious melodies, and ferocious rhythms.
Berklee’s 21st annual James G. Zafris Jr. Lecture featured music industry heavyweight Lyor Cohen.
During a visit to Berklee to accept an honorary doctorate for his musical and humanitarian achievements, Harry Belafonte sat down to discuss the award, music, and the importance of the arts.
Presented by Berklee, NPR Music, and WBGO FM, The Checkout - Live at Berklee, brings critically acclaimed alumni back to their alma mater for intimate concerts at Cafe 939. The series continues on Wednesday, April 2, with guitarist Matthew Stevens and his quintet, featuring Gerald Clayton (piano), Vicente Archer (bass), and fellow alumni Eric Doob (drums) and Paulo Stagnaro (percussion).
Alan Silvestri '70 creates the music to help explain "all that is, or ever was, or ever will be."
Dream Theater will perform Berklee student Eren Başbuğ's arrangements at its March 25 concert at the Boston Opera House.
Hackers will compete to solve real-life music therapy problems by developing tools to be used in therapeutic and healthcare settings in 24 hours.
Berklee-affiliated musicians will be everywhere at South by Southwest this year, including official showcases and unofficial ones, panels, and the annual Berklee live music party.
Professor Bill Banfield, founder and director of Berkee's Africana Studies Program, talks about his group, the Jazz Urbane, its debut CD, and the spirit of mentorship the project fosters.
Associate professor of guitar Thaddeus Hogarth '88 might just be the world's most popular guitar teacher.
Two students were awarded Lollapalooza scholarships to attend Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain.
Hortensia Roig, general secretary of the Escuela de Empresarios (EDEM) in Valencia, Spain, is the first Spanish woman to join Berklee College of Music’s Presidential Advisory Council.
The dedication of Berklee’s new tower at 160 Massachusetts Avenue was anything but your standard ribbon-cutting ceremony.
The Jazz Urbane, the Berklee-based group established by the college’s Africana Studies leader, Bill Banfield, premieres work from its latest album at Scullers Jazz Club with special guest Tia Fuller. The album was guided by the late Grammy-winning executive producer George Duke.
Boston mayor Marty Walsh cuts the ribbon at the official building release party for Berklee's new building.
Listen to a medley of Bulgarian folk songs from the 2013 Berklee Middle Eastern Festival. This year's festival will feature the music of Armenia.