Win Gary Burton Tickets
Six-time Grammy–winning jazz vibraphonist Gary Burton will celebrate his 50-year connection with the college—as a Berklee student, professor, and administrator—with a retrospective of his work on Thursday, April 8. Three winners will each receive a pair of tickets to the concert. To enter, email firstname.lastname@example.org by March 26 with the subject line "Gary Burton."
VIDEO: Berklee in the Classroom—Liberal Arts
Watch how liberal arts classes round out Berklee students' music-centric education.
Massachusetts Governor Donates Musician Father's Archive
The collection belonging to Deval Patrick's father, a member of the Sun Ra Arkestra, is now part of Berklee's Africana Studies archive.
AUDIO: Dorm Sessions 7
Listen to the new release by Berklee's student-run label, Heavy Rotation Records.
Don Was on NPR's Art of the Song
Listen to an interview with legendary producer and musician Don Was taped in Berklee's Cafe 939.
Berklee in India
The college's first-ever audition and interview trip to India connects the college with prospective students and film scoring stars.
Student Profile: Daniela Coffey
A longtime fan of Germany got to experience the real deal through Berklee Study Abroad in Freiburg.
A New Building on Campus
With the opening of 7 Haviland Street, Berklee gains some much-needed space.
Berklee Raises Its Voice for Haiti
A daytime concert allows students, staff, and faculty the opportunity to reflect, heal, and help.
Tickets go on sale March 26. Tickets are available at the BPC box office and through Ticketmaster.
Guido's Orchestra, BPC, September 28
Young at Heart Chorus, BPC, October 1
At this year's International Folk Music Festival on March 25, Brazil-born student Tais Alvarenga will lead a group in a medley of compositions by three Brazilian composers. Listen to "Trafego," one of the vocalist/composer's original works.