American Idol Arranger Lenny Wee
Two years out, alumnus Lenny Wee is already arranging for American Idol, but his hard work at Berklee prepared him for the brutal schedule. He completed a dual major in music production and engineering and contemporary writing and production—all in just two-and-a-half years.
Janis Ian: An Artist's Way
Singer/songwriter Janis Ian expounds upon the life of the artist at Berklee's 16th annual Liberal Arts Symposium.
The Jazz Tellers Perform in Hong Kong, China, and the U.S.
A group of scholarship students will play 10 shows and give clinics in Asia and the U.S.
Berklee in China
Read dispatches from the college's trip to explore musical connections in China.
Berklee World Jazz Nonet Performs in DC
The renowned ensemble features Berklee students from Canada, Greece, India, Ireland, Israel, Japan, the Palestinian territories, Puerto Rico, and the United States.
Student Profile: Aditya Balani
This professional music major found his voice by combining traditional Indian music with a fretless guitar.
VIDEO: Samantha Schultz, Slaight Scholar
A scholarship for talented Canadian students made it possible for this Edmonton native to come to Berklee.
Tickets go on sale June 1 and 2 at the BPC box office and through Ticketmaster.
Blood, Sweat & Tears, BPC, October 16
Ledisi, BPC, July 24
Tubby Love describes its music as futurist reggae fusion, and it's a good sound for a summer day. The group plays two outdoor shows this month as part of Berklee's Summer Concert Series. The latest Sounds of Berklee podcast features the Tubby Love tune "Constant Motion."