Still Making a Difference

Mary Hurley

Before her untimely passing in 2006 at the age of 52, Berklee trustee Phoebe Zaslove Milligan excelled in her career as an investment-banking executive. A trailblazer, Milligan was the first woman to become a managing director at Morgan Stanley Private Wealth Management.

Mass Ave. Transformation

Marjorie O'Malley

Berklee undertook construction of a new building at 160 Massachusetts Avenue last spring.

Nicky Sanders '02

Mark Small

I woke up still laughing the morning after a concert featuring Steve Martin and the Steep Canyon Rangers (SCR) in Red Bank, New Jersey.

Colombian Kinship

Cindy Albert Link

In February 2013, six members of the Berklee College of Music faculty and administration traveled to Colombia.

Playing it Forward

Read all about Berklee's new building on Massachusetts Avenue, the Phoebe Zaslove Milligan Memorial Scholarship Fund, and a travelogue of a recent Berklee trip to Colombia.

Hammer and Chisel Work

Neda Shahram

Under a spell similar to that of a sculptor, I imagine the future of my work. For me the “sculpting process” has been my undergraduate experience, which ultimately revealed that my career would be in entertainment law.

Joe Galeota

Adam Renn Olenn

Professor of Percussion Joe Galeota teaches classes that introduce students to the culture and advanced ensemble playing of African music.

Women Who Rock Around the World

Amanda Gouldthorpe

Berklee musicians joined with ICOM students at the closing of the Classic Rock Showcase in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Replacing the Silence

Rob Hayes

The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra (BSFO) premiered its new original score to Buster Keaton’s comic masterwor

Music Legends Fête the Class of 2013

Mark Small

Willie Nelson, Carole King, and Annie Lennox greet the class of 2013.