Berklee Now

The Making of a Spatialized Audio Production

This immersive 360 audio and visual experience, led by Yao Wang, involves more than 50 students across seven majors. 

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.

Soldiers and Veterans Pursue Art and Degree Online

Ten percent of students in Berklee Online degree programs are active duty or reservist service members, or veterans. 

Kelly Corcoran Brings Classical Music to All

Kelly Corcoran reflects on her path from the Conservatory to her career as a conductor and founder of Intersection, a contemporary music ensemble focused on community engagement.

Boston Conservatory at Berklee

Susan Rogers: Recording with Prince

The music production and engineering professor—Prince's staff engineer from 1983 to 1987—discusses an average day with the late pop legend.

Take Note

Ingrid Jensen: Charting Her Own Course

Jazz trumpeter Ingrid Jensen ’89 has learned to navigate between an international music career and her deeply-rooted family life.

Berklee Today Alumni Magazine

Student Artists to Perform at Top Summer Festivals

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

Blockbuster Music-Making

Meet the alumni behind Black Panther and A Wrinkle in Time

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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.


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. 

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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.


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 Panos A. Panay on the Future of Music

In an interview with HUBweek cofounder Kathleen Kennedy, Panos A. Panay discussed the unbundling of higher education, becoming an entrepreneur in Boston, and more.

Bay State Banner: 'A Rose out of Concrete'

The Bay State Banner interviews Nona Hendryx about her artistic collaboration with the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Dance Division.

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