Joe Lovano Earns a DownBeat Triple Crown
Joe Lovano—Berklee's Gary Burton chair in Jazz Performance and a faculty member involved in the Berklee Global Jazz Institute—earned a "triple crown" distinction from DownBeat magazine, rating tops in the annual critics poll for best jazz artist overall, best tenor saxophonist, and best band.
The 2010 Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival kicks off with a concert on September 15 featuring alumnus guitarist Kurt Rosenwinkel and the Portuguese big band OJM. The latest Sounds of Berklee podcast features the title track from Rosenwinkel's new disc, Our Secret World.
Alumni Profile: Meghan Stabile '06
This alumna persevered until she found a niche for her innovative concerts that show audiences the coolness of jazz alongside the history of hip-hop.
Beyond Borders: Teaching in the Dominican Republic
One student's dream brings a team of Berklee students to show a village of children the world of music.
Phil Wilson Receives Lifetime Achievement Award
The Berklee professor is honored by the International Trombone Association.
Berklee Riffs: Masters of Fingerstyle
Guitar great Tommy Emmanuel and faculty member Guy Van Duser square off in a Berklee recital hall.
BPC Announces Fall Season
From Paula Cole to Heavy Metal Guitar Night, Singers Showcase to Kevin Eubanks, the Berklee Performance Center gears up for an exciting fall season.
Forty Years at Berklee: Steve Lipman
Alumnus and long-time student affairs administrator Steve Lipman reflects upon his decades at Berklee.
All Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival ticketed events are still on sale at the BPC box office and through Ticketmaster, including:
Kurt Rosenwinkel and OJM, September 15
The Bad Plus, September 17
An Evening with Paula Cole, September 24