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Game of Thrones Medley

Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students present a medley of themes composed by Ramin Djawadi B.M. ’98 for Game of Thrones

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.

Silkroad Ensemble Member Sandeep Das - Tabla Master

Silkroad ensemble member, tabla master, and composer Sandeep Das shares his experiences and gives advice for performers. Das was a featured artist in a fall 2018 concert with the Boston Conservatory Orchestra at Symphony Hall.

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. 

Career Jam 2019: The Rundown

Student blogger Alma Blum breaks down her highlights from this year's Career Jam, from panels to the concluding concert.

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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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The Improper Bostonian: Booyah

Singer-songwriter Joelle James opens up about Nipsey Hussle, winning a Grammy, and studying poetry at Berklee.

The Improper Bostonian

All About Jazz: Take Five with Walter Smith III

Smith, chair of the Woodwind Department, conducts a wide-ranging Q&A on his career, music, and teaching approach.

All About Jazz

HipHopDX: Bryce Vine on Working with YG and Releasing Debut Album

The Berklee alumnus discusses the journey that landed him on Sire Records, including his hip-hop infused, multi-genre breakout track, "Sour Patch Kids."

Hip Hop DX

Guitar Magazine: Miette Hope Mixes Jazz, R&B, and Neo-Soul into an Intoxicating Brew

The alumna singer-songwriter discusses her songwriting, guitar style, and being the first Vans Berklee Off the Wall scholarship recipient.

Guitar Magazine

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