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How Bryce Vine Found His Voice—and His Team—at Berklee

The budding pop powerhouse and “Drew Barrymore” singer met his producer, manager, DJ, and other key collaborators at or through Berklee.

Half Waif’s Damaged Synth-Pop

On Signal Flow, Loudon Stearns and Erin Barra listen to the Brooklyn trio’s cinematic “Lavender Burning” and unpack the track's use of broken beats and rhymes to create a disorienting effect.

Boston Conservatory Student Wins Metropolitan Opera National Council Auditions

Michaela Wolz (B.M. '17, voice, M.M. '19, opera) earned $15,000 and claim to one of opera's most prestigious accolades.

Boston Conservatory at Berklee to Honor Sutton Foster at Commencement

The Tony Award–winning actress, singer, and dancer will receive an honorary doctorate and deliver commencement remarks for the class of 2019 on May 11.

Lula Wiles Finds Harmony in 'Love Gone Wrong'

Alumnae folk trio Lula Wiles—featuring Eleanor Buckland '15, Isa Burke B.M. '16, and Mali Obomsawin '14—bring ethereal triple harmonies to the lead song off their new album, What Will We Do.

What It's like to Be a Woman in the Music Industry

Erin Barra, a professor in Berklee's Songwriting Department, and researcher Becky Prior share key findings from the first-ever study on women working in the music industry, published by Berklee and Women in Music. 

From Berklee to Nashville with Chad Michael Jervis

Chad Michael Jervis '18 followed a Career Jam opportunity that led him to King Calaway, a new country band already making noise in Nashville.

Berklee Indian Ensemble

Berklee India Exchange Community Reacts to Gully Boy

Members of the Berklee India Exchange community share thoughts on the Hindi-language blockbuster and Berklee’s shout-out in the film.

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Premier Guitar: Kim Perlak: Berklee's Guitar Department Chair

In this wide-ranging interview, Perlak discusses studying with Segovia scholars, her teaching approach, and her modern guitar duo with professor David Tronzo.

Premier Guitar

Paste: Molly Tuttle is Ready for Anything

Alumna Molly Tuttle '14 discusses writing for her debut album, When You're Ready, and stepping outside her comfort zone at Berklee. 

Paste Magazine

Rolling Stone India: Hear Boston Prog Rock Band Satva's Sparkling Debut

Students Ranbir Kapoor and Kabir Hiranandani talk about their Mumbai roots and future plans for their band Satva.

Rolling Stone India

WBUR: Berklee Combines Forces with BAMS Fest

Berklee and the Boston Art and Music Soul Festival (BAMS Fest) look forward to presenting their first festival this summer at Franklin Park. 


Radio Open Source: Esperanza Casts a Spell

Esperanza Spalding asserts that her music is not just jazz, but a larger trove of sounds and rhythms that are indescribable to her. 

WBUR's Open Source Radio

WBUR: Berklee's Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice Aims to Combat Sexism in Jazz

WBUR talks with Terri Lyne Carrington, Aja Burrell Wood, and Berklee student Samantha Spear about their experiences with inequity in the jazz world, as well as the institute's plans to address it.