Cris Williamson: Pioneer in Women's Music
The singer/songwriter and founder of Olivia Records, the first record label dedicated to releasing female artists, held a private performance for students at Cafe 939; visited classrooms; and took part in a Women in Music panel. Meg Todd, a CWP major in attendance, said, "I think it is really motivating to . . . respect, as female musicians, that our place here was so carved out."
Berklee Grads Find that Music Is a Smart Choice in the New Economy
When the economy goes down, hemlines go up . . . and so does the entertainment industry. Read about the future plans of recent Berklee graduates, see photos from commencement, and check out stirring words from keynote speaker Smokey Robinson and student speaker Sarah Noe.
Berklee Holds Audition and Interview Events in Kenya
This stop on the World Scholarship Tour also includes master classes, a roundtable discussion, and a public concert.
Caf Shows Dish Out Good Music
In Boston's smorgasbord of venues, Berklee's cafeteria holds a special place in students' hearts.
Berklee's First Fulbright
Fulbright Scholar Liz Davis Maxfield '09 is the first cellist ever accepted to University of Limerick's Irish traditional music master's program.
Faculty Fellowships Awarded
Richard Boulanger, Ruth Mendelson, and David Zoffer's innovative projects use the latest music technologies.