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Potential merger of two neighboring institutions would reimagine 21st century music and performing arts education.
Berklee's first international campus, in Valencia, Spain, offers master's degrees, summer programs, and many other opportunities for global music education.
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BerkleeICE's Rethink Music Project publishes an in-depth study advocating for fairness and transparency of payment flows within the music industry.
The latest issue of Berklee Today focuses on composer Michael Gandolfi '78, Grammy-winning engineers, and other alumni news.
Jazz trumpet legend Ingrid Jensen takes four students on tour as part of the Masters on the Road series.
Experience Oh, Malô's colorful soundscapes through its eclecticism and dynamic arrangements on August 1, at the Red Room at Cafe 939.
The Berklee community got a taste of NPR Music's All Songs Considered with a visit from its hosts, Bob Boilen and Stephen Thompson.
Berklee and the Umbria Jazz Festival celebrate three decades of collaboration on training the next generation of jazz musicians.
Catch Wambura Mitaru's eclectic blend of soul, R&B, hip-hop, and African sounds at a lunchtime show on July 30 in Kendall Square.
Kyle Thornton and the Company will perform at Lollapalooza, while other student artists have Montreal's Osheaga on their calendar.
Friday, October 9, 2015 / Red Room at Cafe 939
Becca Stevens's band expands and blurs the boundaries of folk, jazz, and pop.
This past March, a handful of Berklee faculty and staff took 21 students on a four-day, music industry-intensive trip to Atlanta, Georgia.
The BGJI performed for local students and hosted workshops in Newport, Rhode Island.
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