Students have been invited to perform alongside Spanish superstar Alejandro Sanz during the 2013 Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas.
The 2013-2014 Signature Music Series at Berklee wraps its fall season on December 12 with acclaimed Brazilian composer and guitarist Guinga performing his original songs with the 30-piece Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra.
Marga Lane is a true triple threat–equally accomplished as an actress, dancer, and musician. She recently released her independent EP Expressions and has an acoustic follow-up EP slated to drop in early 2014.
Latin pop superstar Alejandro Sanz performed to a sold-out crowd at the Berklee Performance Center after recieving an honorary degree from the college.
The day before receiving an honorary doctor of music degree from Berklee, Alejandro Sanz, the Latin pop superstar who has won more Grammys than any other Spanish artist in the world, delivered a clinic to an eager audience of students in the Berklee Performance Center.
With influences ranging from Steve Reich to Radiohead, a French vibraphone student leads a jazz group with a fresh and innovative sound.
The musical theater program at Berklee has recently been expanding exponentially, and one of the driving forces behind that expansion is Berklee Voice Department instructor Rene Pfister, who directs many of Berklee’s musical theater productions.
The Music Business Journal explores how for the first time on a major scale, the radio giants will pay performance royalties for radio plays.
Luke Niccoli and Tiffany Chan take first and third places in the John Lennon Scholarship songwriting competition for tracks that explore pursuing one's dream.
Berklee was named the No. 1 Hollywood music school in the world, according to the Hollywood Reporter’s ranking of the top 10 music schools.
German developers who transform body language into music are the winners of the first Rethink Music Venture Day.
Matthew Nicholl, chair of Berklee's Contemporary Writing and Production Department, has been named executive director of the Mediterranean Music Institute (MMI) at Berklee.
This trans-national pop-Americana duo is so haunting and infectious they might be zombies.
Berklee Latino, Berklee's first-ever program to be taught in Spanish, will be held January 13-18, 2014 at the Mexico City campus of Tec de Monterrey.
Berklee’s Musical Theater Club presents Footloose: The Musical.
Berklee's seventh annual Hip-Hop /Urban Music Symposium connected students with a panel of industry professionals who advised aspiring artists to stay true to themselves and gain an understanding of all aspects of the business.
Legendary jazz bassist and Grammy Award-winner Eddie Gómez was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain. This was the first-ever honorary doctorate granted at the college’s international campus.
The 19th annual gala raised money for Berklee City Music.
Berklee students provide their take on an Alejandro Sanz hit.
A young trumpeter returns to Berklee to talk about a range of topics, including teaching, playing, current events, and the sound of music in post-Katrina New Orleans. He headlined at the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival, and took the time while he was in town to chat about his latest recording, the current state of the industry, and the ways the culture of his hometown New Orleans is evolving.