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Tali Rubinstein with her recorder

Recorder Player Tali Rubinstein on Translating Nostalgia

February 25, 2020
The Israeli musician discusses her love of sad music and how translating lyrics can be its own aesthetic journey on this episode of Sounds of Berklee. Read more

Miguel Zenón Berklee Quintet Performs at the Red Room at Cafe 939

February 18, 2020
The group will perform selections from Zenón's recording career on Wednesday, March 11.  Read more

Can You Land a Successful Career with a Performing Arts Degree?

January 31, 2020
In an economy that rewards improvisation and entrepreneurship, well-trained artists and musicians are equipped to thrive. Read more

Berklee Alumni Win Grammys on Music’s Biggest Night

January 27, 2020
To date, 126 Berklee alumni have received 297 Grammy Awards, popular music’s highest honor. Read more

Abria Smith Appointed to the Boston Cultural Council

January 24, 2020
The alumna hopes to bring her artistic passion and perspective to the new role. Read more

The Women of Jazz’s Next Generation Are More than ‘Extraordinary’

January 24, 2020
The newly announced Next Generation Women in Jazz Combo, sponsored by the Monterey Jazz Festival, performed at Berklee and took part in workshops led by the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice. Read more

DOMi and JD Beck to Perform at the Red Room at Cafe 939

January 17, 2020
The futuristic jazz duo’s performance will be webcast live as part of WBGO’s the Checkout—Live at Berklee multimedia concert series. Read more

Little Big Town's New Lead Track Has Berklee Roots

January 17, 2020
Three Berklee alumni cowrote "Next to You," the first track on Nightfall, Little Big Town’s ninth album. Read more

Overwatch Composer Adam Burgess Charts a Path from Berklee to Blizzard Entertainment

January 13, 2020
The 2014 graduate breaks down some of the epic music heard by 50 million gamers worldwide, and shares career tips for aspiring game composers. Read more

Listen to the Berklee Artists Who Made 2019's Best Music

December 20, 2019
Whether it was pop, hip-hop, indie, bluegrass, or jazz, Berklee artists performed and produced some of this year’s most critically acclaimed tracks. Read more

Ricky Duran Lights Up the Semifinals on The Voice

December 11, 2019
The Massachusetts native and Berklee alumnus will sing in the show’s finale next week.  Read more

Andrew Sarlo's Big Year: On Producing for Bon Iver, Big Thief, and More

December 3, 2019
The alumnus goes behind the scenes of some of 2019’s top releases and curates a playlist of his productions for Berklee Now. Read more
Paula Cole

Paula Cole's Hard-Earned Advice for Dealing with Success

November 26, 2019
The acclaimed singer-songwriter and Berklee alumna urged students to prioritize their mental health.  Read more
MJ Rodriguez

MJ Rodriguez Finds Roles That Reflect Her True Identity

November 20, 2019
The Pose star and Berklee alumna talks about her journey as an actress and a trans woman.  Read more

Berklee Alumni Win Four Latin Grammys

November 15, 2019
Nella picked up Best New Artist in a big night for Berklee at the 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards. Read more

Four Berklee Guitarists Vie for Preeminent Jazz Prize

November 15, 2019
Cecil Alexander, François Chanvallon, Lucian Gray, and Matt Sewell will compete at the 2019 Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz International Competition in December. Read more

Casa Limón New York Week Honors Flamenco Vocalist Carmen Linares

November 8, 2019
The Mediterranean Music Institute hosted several events culminating in an award presentation for flamenco legend Linares.  Read more

The Computer Listens to Georgia Anne Muldrow, and so Should You

November 7, 2019
The uncategorizable vocalist, songwriter, and producer discussed her musical journey during a campus visit this fall, and collaborated with Berklee students and engineer Jaime Sickora B.M. '98 (Coldplay, Herbie Hancock). Read more

Oh the Horror: Andy Grush ’00 on Composing for Doctor Sleep

November 6, 2019
The fim scoring alumnus explains why you'll never hear the six-minute opus he wrote for the new adaptation of Steven King's sequel to The Shining. Read more
Pedro Osuna conducting an orchestra

Film Composer Pedro Osuna Reinvents Himself with Every Score

November 5, 2019
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Osuna talks about embracing deadlines, working in L.A., and finding his compositional voice. Read more

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