Starting in fall 2019, Berklee will allow students to choose an electronic digital instrument (EDI) as a principal instrument.More
Study Berklee's curriculum in an interactive online classroom. Choose from more than 150 online courses and multicourse certificate programs, or learn more about our master’s and bachelor’s degree programs.More
Your future is in your hands. Submit your application to Berklee College of Music by January 15.More
Berklee Online is now accepting undergraduate and graduate applications for winter 2019 admission. Apply today and receive an admissions decision within two weeks.More
Apply to Berklee's undergraduate, master's, and summer programs and register for courses offered by our online school.More
Spend your summer making music with students who share your passion and faculty who are the best at what they do.More
Make the stage feel like your home away from home with this three-day program that features instruction from some of Berklee's top faculty.More
Join musicians from more than 70 countries for the summer of a lifetime. Immerse yourself in your chosen style and study with world-class faculty and visiting artists in state-of-the-art facilities.More
Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain, is offering $1.5 million in merit- and need-based scholarship to accepted graduate students for the 2018-2019 academic year.More
Learn about Berklee's master's degrees offered on our Boston and Valencia, Spain campuses, with programs including music therapy, performance, business, film scoring, and music technology.More
Read about members of an alt-rock band and other Berklee students who have spent a semester studying in Valencia, Spain.More
Study with esteemed conductor Bruce Hangen and spend your days at the podium in Boston Conservatory at Berklee's orchestral conducting program . Apply by December 15.More
Boston Conservatory at Berklee's top-rated contemporary dance program challenges you to think beyond conventions to become a cutting-edge artist. Apply by December 15.Learn More
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s graduate string programs prepare musicians for versatile careers through specialized performance training and focused studies in audition technique, career development, and entrepreneurship. Apply by December 15.More
Berklee's first international campus, in Valencia, Spain, offers master's degrees, summer programs, and many other opportunities for global music education.
Develop your artistic voice and gain hands-on experience leading an ensemble in Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s choral conducting program, let by distinguished conductor George Case. Apply by December 15.More
Boston Conservatory at Berklee's leading theater programs provide a trademark combination of acting, voice, and movement training that prepares students for a life in the arts. Apply by December 15.Learn More
Boston Conservatory at Berklee's 50 degree-granting music programs offer musicians focused, conservatory-style training that has been reimagined for 21st-century artists. Apply by December 15.Learn More
Led by Terri Lyne Carrington, the institute will focus on equity in jazz and on the role of jazz in the larger struggle for gender justice.More
Boston Conservatory at Berklee launches Center Stage, showcasing an eclectic mix of dance, music, and theater works.More
The popular concert series features a collaboration with Grammy-winning producer Larry Klein, tributes to Dolly Parton and Aretha Franklin, Berklee’s Ariana Grande ensemble, and more.More
Melding Indian music with spoken word, poetry, and visuals, the Berklee Indian Ensemble brings together unheard voices to tell their stories on Saturday, December 15.More
The renowned artists will perform music from their album, as well as the music of Agustín Barrios Mangoré, at a Signature Series concert on November 15.More
Berklee celebrates the EDI, its newest principal instrument, with a Signature Series show featuring Laura Escudé, Rachel Z, dolltr!ck, and others on October 30.More
Talking with Kara DioGuardi at a Berklee clinic, Puth realized that he started writing his hit "See You Again" while still a student.More
The assistant professor talks about the artists who are moving the needle with electronic digital instruments.
The program awarded four-year, full-tuition scholarships to seven young musicians from underserved communities in Boston and across the United States.More
Toprak will be the first female composer to score a major superhero movie.More
Berklee teamed up with WGBH to record a new version of the song "Drive My Car" as Saudi women are granted the right to drive.More
Berklee students, faculty, and alumni will perform over 400 free concerts throughout the Greater Boston area this summer.More
The renowned saxophonist will join Kevin Eubanks, Terri Lyne Carrington, Javon Jackson, and others in a Signature Series performance on September 26.More
This is the third consecutive year a Berklee alumnus has won in the Best Orchestrations category.More
Ten percent of students pursuing degrees with Berklee Online are active duty or reservist service members, or veterans.More
Professor Felice Pomeranz shares her experiences crafting more inclusive, creative, and sustainable career opportunities for harpists.More
Berklee Popular Music Institute's 2018 summer festival lineup takes student artists to major festivals including Essence, Lollapalooza, and Outside Lands.More
This year's honorary doctorate recipients span an array of musical genres, including country, hip-hop, pop, and jazz. Berklee President Roger H. Brown will present Rosanne Cash, Nile Rodgers, and Esperanza Spalding B.M. '05 with honorary Doctor of Music degrees on May 12.More
Jackie Foster, an eighth-semester student who got her start at Berklee by attending the Five-Week Summer Performance Program, makes the final rounds on The Voice.More
Versatility is key for vocalists, and training across styles—from classical to pop to hip-hop—helps students prepare for a wide spectrum of career opportunities. Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Christy Turnbow and Michael Hanley embrace this integrated approach in vocal pedagogy.
Poet Beth Woodcome Platow, assistant professor of liberal arts, will help you get over your fear of poetry. She speaks about teaching writing to musicians and her own process as a poet.More
Latin pop crossover star Sofía Reyes's new single "1, 2, 3," featuring Jason Derulo and De La Ghetto, was cowritten by Nicole Zignago, a professional music major from Peru.More
Erin Barra, associate professor of songwriting, once hesitant to adopt recording technology such as the digital audio workstation (DAW), is now a leading music tech educator.More
Berklee has found its way into a host of books, including Alisa Valdes's novel Make Him Look Good. For Valdes, the connection is two-fold: she's an alumna and her protagionist is a rising pop star with Berklee roots. Read about 10 books that feature Berklee.More
From performer to singer, entrepreneur to manager, student Paloma Menendez is always up for learning new skills—no matter where in the world she is.More
“See You Again,” featuring Charlie Puth B.M. ’13, is now YouTube’s most-watched video. Alumni have performed, written, produced, or engineered all of YouTube’s all-time top five.More
The 1998 alumnus and guitar titan gave a master class at the Berklee Performance Center, offering advice and constructive feedback to a handful of Berklee students on their original songs.More
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