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BirnCORE Live Presents Margaret Glaspy

The acclaimed singer-songwriter will perform at the BIRN’s annual event at the Red Room at Cafe 939 on Saturday, October 20.  

Introducing Signal Flow, Berklee's Newest Podcast

Signal Flow explores the technology, techniques, and ideas in digital music, and the interaction of audio with other arts.

Gabriella Reyes' Swift Rise to a Metropolitan Opera Debut

The Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumna performed as the High Priestess in Giuseppe Verdi’s Aida.

Lucy Holstedt Creates a Space for Women Composers and Arrangers

Holstedt, a professor in the Harmony Department, started the Women Musicians Network and annual concert in 1998, back when Berklee's student population was just over 20 percent female. She talks about what's changed over the years, and about this year's show, on November 8.

Tonya Butler Boi-1da

Keep Going: Notes on the Business of Hip-Hop

Prominent hip-hop producer Boi-1da urged Berklee students to network, hone their craft, and "listen to weird stuff" at a recent symposium.

Juan Luis Guerra

Nine Berklee Alumni Nominated for Latin Grammy Awards

Berklee alumni are recognized across a variety of categories ranging from Record of the Year to Best Tropical Song.

NPR Music: Mark de Clive-Lowe Takes Risks to Unlock His Creativity

Watch NPR's video short featuring the acclaimed pianist and electronic musician, then catch his performance on WBGO's The Checkout—Live at Berklee on Wednesday, October 17.

NPR Music

Dalia & the Big Violin - 'Why Try to Change Me Now'

Dalia Sawaya and Parker Ousley perform their arrangement of "Why Try to Change Me Now" by Cy Coleman.

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Jazz Times: Live Review: Pérez, Cohen, Potter Quintet in Washington, D.C.

Danilo Pérez, Avishai Cohen, and Chris Potter performed at the Library of Congress in a program inspired by iconic women. 

Jazz Times

Rolling Stone: One Planet Under a Groove

Waye Marshall, liberal arts professor and musicologist, sees musical rhythms moving quickly from their diasporic communities via YouTube and other factors. 

Rolling Stone

NPR Music: Mark de Clive-Lowe Takes Risks to Unlock His Creativity

Watch NPR's video short featuring the acclaimed pianist and electronic musician, then catch his performance on WBGO's The Checkout—Live at Berklee on Wednesday, October 17.

NPR Music

The Boston Globe: Berklee raises big bucks for music

More than 800 guests attended Berklee's annual Encore Gala that raised over $2 million for music programs for underserved youth.

The Boston Globe

CNN: Syrian Singer Brings Her Flair to the International Stage

Berklee student Nano Raies, a singer, songwriter, and composer who left Syria to pursue music, is profiled for the program Inside the Middle East.

CNN International

Metro: Berklee to Open Jazz and Gender Justice Institute

Terri Lyne Carrington talks to Metro about the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, opening this fall.

Metro