More than Two Dozen Grammy Nominations
Alumni nominated include musicians Terri Lyne Carrington and Gillian Welch; producer Makeba Riddick and engineers/mixers Miles Walker and Jeff Villanueva for Katy Perry's "Firework"; songwriters Claude Kelly for Bruno Mars's "Grenade" and Jeff Bhasker for Ledisi's "Pieces of Me"; and composer Ryan Shore for the soundtrack to The Shrine. Berklee Grammys already total well over 200.
Alumnae Antonia Bennett, Lalah Hathaway, Robin McKelle, Esperanza Spalding, and Nadia Washington pay tribute to their mentor, longtime voice professor Maggie Scott, in a concert on December 8. Listen to Scott's "This Can't Be Love," from her album Changes.
Berklee Breaks Ground for 16-Story Tower
The mayor of Boston and others help celebrate the beginning of a $100 million building construction.
2012 Signature Series at Berklee On Sale
The winter and spring concert season features George Clinton, Kirill Gerstein with Gary Burton and Anat Cohen, the Middle Eastern Music Festival, and a tribute to Hoagy Carmichael and Johnny Mercer. Tickets start at just $15.
Alumnus Wins Two Latin Grammy Awards
Music production and engineering alumnus Benny Faccone wins two Latin Grammy Awards.
Learn Jazz Improvisation Online with Gary Burton
Winner of six Grammy Awards (and 15 nominations), Gary Burton codifies a sought-after "Berklee approach" that has been at the core of Berklee's jazz improvisation curriculum for decades.
Berklee Today: Donald Harrison '81
Donald Harrison's music has been shaped by the rich traditions and historical path of New Orleans culture.
Student Profile: Mor Ben Yakir
Despite limited access to music education, this Israeli student persevered and found her way to Berklee.
VIDEO: Presidential Scholar Davis Whitfield
For pianist Davis Whitfield, Berklee is a family tradition—his father, mother, and brother all attended the college.
The Groove: Interview with Dream Theater's John Petrucci
The guitarist discusses why his band's songs are so long, industry advice, and how he knew Mike Mangini was the one.