Singer and pianist Sarah McKenzie '14 will lead her quintet in two performances at the 57th Monterey Jazz Festival.
Berklee’s annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium: A Rap with Talib Kweli, features an interview with the iconic hip-hop artist.
Berklee is expanding its Spanish program, Berklee Latino, to Bogota,... Read more.
Fraser T. Smith, who's worked with musicians such as Adele and Sam Smith, credits his Berklee Online courses with helping him to fine-tune his production skills.
Earlier this year Berklee debuted the Berklee International Network's (BIN) Facebook page with a video contest. Prizes included the chance to record a podcast.
Andres Villareal '14, a contemporary writing and production major, wins a competition to develop the soundscape for Natixis Global Asset Management.
An innovative collaboration between Natixis Global Asset Management and Berklee provided opportunities for students to compose music for a global corporate signature sound and helped one student land a first job.
Berklee has named Betsy Newman vice president of Student Affairs and dean of students.
The unique performance features McCoury and Catherine Russell and students and faculty from the Berklee American Roots Music Program re-envisioning the music of Muddy Waters and Bill Monroe, two cultural icons who each helped create and define a blues-based genre: Chicago blues, in the case of Waters, and bluegrass, from Monroe.
Three Berklee alumni were awarded four 2014 Emmy Awards.
Alumnus Benny Grotto '05 has some mandatory fun in engineering gig with Weird Al Yankovic.
A. R. Rahman, Del McCoury, Aloe Blacc, Catherine Russell, and Susana Baca Headline Berklee Signature Music Series
This fall's Berklee Signature Series brings bluegrass, blues, Indian, R&B, and Afro-Peruvian music.
Berklee Global Jazz and Music Therapy Students to Travel to Panama for Education, Community Outreach, Performances
Students will travel to Panama August 23-30, 2014.
On August 12 at the Berklee Performance Center, 18 students were awarded full scholarships to Berklee College of Music.
Berklee summer program students recently heard from hip-hop pioneer Darryl “D.M.C.” McDaniels of RUN-D.M.C.
The all-day, free outdoor event will offer contemporary jazz, funk, Latin, pop, and soul acts on three stages. Highlights include Sheila E., Snarky Puppy, Miguel Zenón, Dionne Farris & Russell Gunn Quartet, Ambrose Akinmusire, and more.
Jonathan Bailey Holland, associate professor of composition at Berklee College of Music, talks to New York Times contributor William Robin about why black composers remain on the outskirts of classical music.
For her final thesis, Chelsea Southard launched Things Over Time on Boylston Street, open through August 15.