Bringing Color to a Black-and-White Classic

It’s rare to find a youthful crowd in a line that snakes around the corner waiting to see a movie released 90 years ago. But that was the case for the sold-out screening of Harold Lloyd’s classic 1923 comedy Safety Last! with a new score provided by the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra (BSFO).

Master's Degrees in Boston in 2015

Graduate studies will be offered at Berklee Boston in the fall of 2015.

Zildjian Percussion Facility Dedicated

Dedicating a new percussion facility underwritten by Zildjian.

A Milestone for Singers Showcase

Marking three decades of great vocal performances.

Good Reasons to Celebrate

Beverly Tryon

The 19th Annual Encore Gala lifts spirits and raises funds for Berklee City Music.

Berklee Beat

Good reasons to celebrate, Singers Showcase milestone, a new chief, master's degrees in Boston in 2015, celebrating Berklee's faculty pioneers, Faculty Notes, Sean Skeete profile, and more

Reaching Out

Berklee vigorously addresses substance abuse, sexual assault, and mental health issues.

A Storied Life in Jazz

Gary Burton

Gary Burton's new autobiography shares life lessons learned on the bandstand, in the classroom, and around the world.

Understanding Crowdfunding

Luiz Augusto Buff
Peter Alhadeff

Crowdfunding projects that reach their pledge goal can still fail to fulfill because of unforeseen expenses. Thorough budget planning is key to success.

All-Star Latin Music Artist and Producer

Mark Small

After crafting numerous blockbuster hits for others, Tommy Torres '93 has moved into the spotlight for his own records.