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Beatles Remake to Mark End of Saudi Ban on Women Drivers

Berklee teamed up with WGBH to record a new version of the song "Drive My Car" as Saudi women are granted the right to drive. 

J.S. Bach, Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor

Boston Conservatory at Berklee violin student Gioia Gedicks performs this Bach piece.

Trumpeter Alonzo Demetrius

Artists from Berklee and Beyond Featured at 2018 BAMS Fest

Listen to Berklee artists who will perform at the BAMS Festival, such as Niya Norwood, Alonzo Demetrius, and RickExpress.

Bill Frisell: The Music Keeps Going

Bill Frisell ’78 has followed a musically agnostic path that threads through jazz, pop, folk, country, avant-garde, and other styles.

Berklee Today Alumni Magazine

You Already Have Everything You Need to Make Music

Our ability to create great art comes from within, not from the gear we don’t own.

Take Note

Meet Five Video Game Composers and Sound Designers

Learn about these careers and who is shaping the industry. 

Omar Hakim on the Melting Pot of American Music

The drummer, composer, and producer has performed with the biggest names in music without becoming typecast.

Student Artists to Perform at Top Summer Festivals

BPMI students to perform at Essence, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, and more. 

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Bloomberg Law: Immigration Lawyer Uses Music to Appeal for Immigrants

Lawyer Susan Cohen is using music to raise awareness of the plight of refugees in a video she created called “Beyond the Borders.” In the video for the song, Berklee students sing and provide the instrumental accompaniment. 

Bloomberg Law

Variety: Female Composer Scales New Heights

Berklee alumna Pinar Toprak is the first female composer to score a major comic-book movie.

Variety

WJAR: The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra Comes to Providence, RI

NBC Providence speaks to members of the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra about their upcoming performance in Providence, Rhode Island. They have composed an original score to the 1928 film The Man Who Laughs.

WJAR-TV

Bay State Banner: In the News: Ron Savage

The Bay State Banner covers Ron Savage's new role as dean of the Professional Performance Division. 

Bay State Banner

Pollstar: Go Pro: How the Live Music Biz Is Developing Artists

The Berklee Popular Music Institute’s model of preparing students for festivals is featured in this concert industry trade publication’s report on building musicians' careers.

Pollstar

Marietta Daily Journal: Graduate Addresses Boston Commencement

The Georgia newspaper featured news about Conservatory graduate Briana Bunkley giving the student speech at the ceremony.

Marietta Daily Journal