VIDEO: Commencement 2010
More than 850 students from 54 countries received degrees at Berklee's 2010 commencement—and so did Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, Paco de Lucia, Angelique Kidjo, and Kenny Barron, who were awarded honorary doctorates. Read about the ceremony, watch video of the honorary doctorate recipients sharing their wisdom and music, and see graduates reflect on their Berklee memories and offer advice to future students.
Creating the Sound of Philadelphia
Kenneth Gamble and Leon Huff, one of the most prolific songwriting and producing teams in the history of recorded music, answer questions from students.
Gordon Chambers: When Preparation Met Opportunity
The songwriter and singer's passion-driven business savvy speaks to students.
Student Profile: Kate Bilinski
Electronic production and design major Kate Bilinski finds that having a visual eye in a sonic world is an asset that sets her apart.
Peace Award for a Woman of the World
Graduating senior Ayumi Ueda wins the first Harp Liberal Arts Music and Society Award for her efforts to promote international peace through music.
Listen to the Kennedy Center performance of Berklee's new string sensation.
Tickets are on sale now at the BPC box office and through Ticketmaster.
Mary Chapin Carpenter and Madeleine Peyroux, BPC, June 27
Three lucky winners will receive pairs of tickets to Pat Metheny's concert at the Orpheum, May 20. To enter, email firstname.lastname@example.org by noon on May 18 with the subject line "Pat Metheny."
This week, listen to "A Mild Response" by student Julia Easterlin. Easterlin has performed with the Neville Brothers and Coolio, and this summer she'll play at Kendall Square and the Liberty Hotel as part of Berklee's Summer Concert Series.