Spanish superstar Alejandro Sanz is one of the biggest names in Latin music, and thanks to a Berklee connection dozens of students got the opportunity to perform in and produce a video featuring his latest hit, “La Música No Se Toca.”
Faculty and students review this year's festival—Celebrate Women in Jazz—which featured such artists as Paula Cole, Melody Gardot, Geri Allen, Lalah Hathaway, Hailey Niswanger, Tia Fuller, and Berklee professor Terri Lyne Carrington.
Before enrolling at Berklee, Esther Rojas already had a successful career in Colombia, as a performing bassist and arranger with artists such as María Mulata and Amaxona, and a teacher at the Escuela de Formación Musical.
Student, teacher, methodologist, dean, vice president, global ambassador—Larry Monroe has done it all during his 50 years at Berklee. On October 18, the alto saxophonist celebrates his retirement in a career-spanning concert featuring Berklee students and faculty, Donald Harrison, Giovanni Tommaso, and others.
Berkleemusic has signed an agreement with Coursera to develop four online courses with some of their most popular instructors. These free online courses will be available to students across the globe in spring 2013.