Korean Violinist Echae Kang
After 13 years of classical violin, Echae Kang enrolled in the Seoul Jazz Academy, a Berklee International Network partner. That experience led to an audition and a full scholarship to Berklee. Now she is stretching her ear in plenty of directions, from pop to funk to R&B to her beloved gypsy jazz. Already she's had the chance to play with string virtuoso Mark O'Connor, solo with bass legend Ron Carter, and perform at Symphony Hall with the Video Game Orchestra.
Professor Andrew List joins a number of faculty composers for Fusion: An Artistic Crossroads on November 7, a combination of jazz, classical, and electronic music; video; and dance. Check out his "Violin Concerto–Mvt. 2: Dark and Mysterious," performed by the Prague Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Record $1.6 Million Raised at Berklee Encore Gala
The 17th annual gala raised money for Berklee City Music, a nonprofit education program for underserved 4th- to 12th-graders.
Students Collaborate Online through Berklee PULSE Partnership with Kompoz.com
The partnership allows student songwriters and producers from across the Berklee City Music Network to collaborate on song creation.
Berklee Students Launch First Asian Music and Culture Festival
The Asian Students at Berklee Club presents a concert October 24 highlighting Berklee's diverse student body.
Alumni Profile: Jacob Joaquin '98
Once a guitarist, Jacob Joaquin discovered the creative sonic possibilities of the computer.
Student Profile: Jordan Casty
Jordan Casty finds inspiration in Freiburg, at Berklee, and in songwriting.
Berklee Blogs About: Steve Jobs
Student Elisa Rice documents the local reaction to Apple founder Steve Jobs's death.