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Dolltr!ck's Electronic Soundscapes

Student Claire Marie Lim, who performs as Dolltr!ck, uses an electronic digital instrument to create playful pieces that mix electronica, future dance, hip-hop, and house.


Student Makes Music for Finnish Ad Campaign

Through hometown connections, Tuomas Norjanen landed a gig arranging music for a major multiplatform advertisement.

Venezuelan Merengue

This musical style is explained and demonstrated by Berklee students Alexis Soto and Carlos Capacho. 

Why Are We Still Listening to Nas?

Will Nas face any real repercussions in light of Kelis's allegations of abuse?

The Berklee Groove

Miette Hope's Lush Harmonies Define "Release Me"

In this episode, we’ll listen to recent graduate Miette Hope’s latest single, which is about trying to finally break free from a painful relationship. You can hear her live at Derby Square in Salem at 5:00 p.m. on July 14.


Local Lawyer and Berklee Musicians Pen Tribute to Refugees

A Boston-based immigration lawyer turned to the Berklee community for assistance with a song about the plight of refugees today. 

Composer Pinar Toprak Cracks Celluloid Ceiling with Captain Marvel

Toprak will be the first female composer to score a major superhero movie.

Guillermo Klein - "Flores"

This recording of Klein's song is by the Chris Cheek Berklee Quintet, a group that was part of Berklee Masters on the Road, where master alumni musicians return to teach and lead a touring ensemble.

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Wicked Local Belmont: An Important Musical Call to Action

Boston-based immigration lawyer Susan Cohen shares her thoughts on the importance of a musical collaboration with Berklee students, faculty, and staff with Wicked Local Belmont.

Wicked Local Belmont

The Bay State Banner: Summer in the City and the South End

The Bay State Banner reviews a spirited Summer in the City concert in Boston's South End. 

The Bay State Banner Essence Festival's Seven Female R&B Acts You Need to Know

Student artist Yanina, who performed at the Essence Festival through the Berklee Popular Music Institute, is included in this roundup.

NPR Music: Tragedy Inspired Artistry of Alumna

From tragedy comes a folk musician, Tonina, who wants her music to be for everyone.

NPR Music

Inside Higher Ed: Berklee Online Pricing Attracts Students

Most institutions charge the same (or more) for online programs as for brick-and-mortar classes. Berklee has found success with a pricing model that favors online students.

Inside Higher Ed

All About Jazz: Student among Winners of Ellis Marsalis Piano Competition

Student Rina Yamazaki takes second place at the Ellis Marsalis International Jazz Piano Competition. 

All About Jazz