Rhythm of the Universe Unifies through Music
Where else but Berklee could you pull together more than 300 musicians representing more than 90 countries? The Rhythm of the Universe project aims to promote unity through music on a global scale. The group's latest video exemplifies the breadth, scope, and international reach of this endeavor.
When they're not imparting their music knowledge in the classroom, Berklee faculty are gigging professionally. Tre Corda—the faculty trio composed of Tim Ray, Greg Hopkins, and Eugene Friesen—will perform on campus January 30. Listen to the trio's "Church Rhythms."
Gloria Estefan on Inspiring the Self-Teacher
Multi-Grammy winner and Berklee honorary doctorate recipient Gloria Estefan speaks to faculty members about how influential teachers changed her life.
Berklee Blogs: The iPad as a Teaching and Gigging Tool
Faculty members Steven Kirby and Andrea Pejrolo offer workshops to their colleagues about utilizing the latest Apple technology at gigs and in the classroom.
Public Enemy Producer on Staying Connected
Hip-hop icon Hank Shocklee shares insights on technology and the role of the musician via Skype.
Students Earn Recording Contract with the Ellen Label
The student newspaper interviews students Emily Luther and Charlie Puth about their recording contract with Ellen DeGeneres's label and Interscope Records after their video covering Adele's "Someone Like You" went viral. The duo will appear for a second time on Ellen January 25.
Rethink Music Announces Speakers
Rethink Music announces an April conference in Boston, a new partnership with Babson College, and an innovative business competition.
Podcast: Metal Mike Chlasciak '94
One of the ascendant titans of metal shreds with the best.