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Berklee Announces 2019–2020 Signature Series

Highlights include Grammy winners Dee Dee Bridgewater, Aida Cuevas, and Zakir Hussain, who will receive an honorary doctorate.

Boston Conservatory Center Stage Returns with Eight Innovative Performances

This year’s lineup features new spins on beloved classics, regional debuts, and unique artistic collaborations.

Terri Lyne Carrington Presents Album Release at Cafe 939

Joined by her new band, Social Science, the Grammy winner will play music from her upcoming double album, Waiting Game, on September 18.

Daedelus Joins Berklee Electronic Production and Design Department

The acclaimed artist, DJ, and producer has worked with Diplo, Death Cab for Cutie, Flying Lotus, and more.

Nirvana Producer Steve Albini Recorded this Berklee Band’s Raw New Track

The legendary In Utero producer engineered the Cotones’s “The Final Cut” and dropped priceless wisdom in Berklee’s Studio 2. Listen to the track premiere on Sounds of Berklee.

Who Is Berklee's Greatest Alum?

Boston Magazine weighs in.

Ysaÿe Barnwell: We All Have a Voice

Ysaÿe Barnwell, former member of the internationally renowned African American female a cappella ensemble Sweet Honey in the Rock, discusses the importance of the voice that we all have.

Kaoru Watanabe of Silkroad on Music and Culture

Silkroad ensemble member, drummer, and flutist Kaoru Watanabe was invited to Boston Conservatory at Berklee to speak about his work and coach four groups of musicians. 

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Philadelphia Inquirer: Teen’s Path to a Top Music School Included the U.S. Open, Patti LaBelle, and a Bold Audition

Berklee City Music Scholarship recipient Aliyah Taylor tells the story that led her to music in the Inquirer's We the People column. 

The Philadelphia Inquirer

Who Is Berklee's Greatest Alum?

Boston Magazine weighs in.

NBC Boston: Meet Musician Grace Kelly

NBC Boston sat down with alumna Grace Kelly in the studios at 160 Massachusetts Avenue to talk about touring, performing, and her latest prestigious award.

NBC Boston

Cape Cod Times: After 52 Years, Performing Still a Joy for Livingston Taylor

The singer talks about his upcoming shows and his rich musical history.

Cape Cod Times

New York Times:'Kind of Blue' Drummer Still Keeping Time as Album Turns 60

Ken Cervenka, who teaches several classes on Miles Davis, considers the album to have universal appeal.

New York Times

Forbes: 15 Top Colleges With The Most Hollywood Stars

Berklee places third in Forbes profile of the schools with the most Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winning alumni. 

Forbes