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MJ Rodriguez Finds Roles That Reflect Her True Identity

The Pose star and Berklee alumna talks about her journey as an actress and a trans woman. 

Pedro Osuna conducting an orchestra

Film Composer Pedro Osuna Reinvents Himself with Every Score

In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Osuna talks about embracing deadlines, working in L.A., and finding his compositional voice.

Four Berklee Guitarists Vie for Preeminent Jazz Prize

Cecil Alexander, François Chanvallon, Lucian Gray, and Matt Sewell will compete at the 2019 Herbie Hancock Institute of Jazz International Competition in December.

The Computer Listens to Georgia Anne Muldrow, and so Should You

The uncategorizable vocalist, songwriter, and producer discussed her musical journey during a campus visit this fall, and collaborated with Berklee students and engineer Jaime Sickora B.M. '98 (Coldplay, Herbie Hancock).

Natalia Lafourcade Encourages Students to Explore Their Own Worlds

The Mexican guitarist and singer shared her career journey with students. 

Mason Williams - 'Classical Gas' (Performed by Jason Ji)

Berklee guitar principal Jason Ji performs "Classical Gas" with strings. The composition is originally by Mason Williams and won three Grammy Awards in 1969 for Best Instrumental Composition, Best Contemporary-Pop Performance Instrumental, and Best Instrumental Arrangement.

Berklee Alumni Win Four Latin Grammys

Nella picked up Best New Artist in a big night for Berklee at the 20th annual Latin Grammy Awards.

Margo Sappington - 'Step out of Love'

This performance was by Boston Conservatory at Berklee dance students as part of the Conservatory's spring 2019 dance concert, Limitless. Margo Sappington was a Conservatory artist in residence for this production.

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India New England News: Berklee President Shares Inspiring Journey

Berklee President Roger H. Brown receives a New England Choice Award for his contributions to art, culture, and music.

India New England News

Boston Globe: Saxophonist Patricia Zárate Pérez’s Horn of Plenty

Patricia Zárate Pérez, assistant professor of music therapy, debuted her new album as a leader while continuing to be a vanguard in education, literature, and festival production. 

Boston Globe

The Hollywood Reporter: Top 25 Music Schools for Composing for Film and TV, Ranked

Berklee's Film Scoring program drew accolades from The Hollywood Reporter in its annual ranking of music programs.

The Hollywood Reporter

Berkshire Eagle: Remembering a Tanglewood Music Center Champion

The Boston Symphony Orchestra will hold a memorial celebration and reception for Richard Ortner on November 16 in Symphony Hall.

Berkshire Eagle

New York Times: Terri Lyne Carrington on the Power of Betting on Yourself

The New York Times spoke to Terri Lyne Carrington and members of her band Social Science about their new record, as well as Carrington's groundbreaking work at Berklee and her recent Doris Duke artist award.

New York Times

WBUR: Terri Lyne Carrington Shores up Her Legacy in New Album Centered on Social Justice

WBUR spoke to Terri Lyne Carrington for a feature on her new album with Social Science and her work with the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice. 

WBUR-FM