George Clinton to Receive Honorary Doctorate
Funk master George Clinton will receive an honorary doctorate when he returns to Berklee next month for a four-day residency and concert covering his work from the Parliaments to P-Funk to his solo career.
Joe Lovano '72, Berklee's Gary Burton Chair in Jazz Performance, has earned numerous accolades—from a DownBeat triple crown to a Grammy Award in 2000. Now he's up for another. Listen to Lovano's "Passport," from the Grammy-nominated Bird Songs.
Berklee-in-the-Round: Nashville Comes to Boston
Songwriting assistant professor Stan Swiniarski brings the intimate vibe of Nashville acoustic sessions to Berklee.
Schooling DJ Premier on Fusing Hip-Hop with Classical
MP&E professor Stephen Webber and Berklee students and alumni play a role the documentary Re:Generation.
Music Business Journal: Beyond Social Media
A music business professor suggests some reasons for the failings of social media and offers suggestions for its better usage.
Lost Composer Visits Berklee Via Skype
Michael Giacchino, the composer for Up, Star Trek, The Incredibles, and Lost, talks to students from the Warner Brothers Studio in Los Angeles.
Backstage on the Watch the Throne Tour
Music business students get a firsthand experience from the promoters of the Jay-Z and Kanye West tour.
Berklee Today: Bright Lights in Europe
After completing their studies at the college, some Berklee international alumni have launched flourishing careers at home.