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Can You Land a Successful Career with a Performing Arts Degree?

In an economy that rewards improvisation and entrepreneurship, well-trained artists and musicians are equipped to thrive.

Berklee Stars Dance for a Cause

Boston Conservatory's first annual Dancing with the Stars: Berklee Edition raised more than $12,000 for a new Dance Division scholarship.

You’ve Probably Never Heard This Instrument. Matthew Baker Wants to Change That.

The Berklee Valencia instructor is working to bring the baryton out of 18th-century obscurity and into 2020.

8 Ways to Graduate on Time (and with Less Debt)

Make a plan for each semester, only borrow what you need, and don't be afraid to ask for help. 

Charenée Wade on Setting Boundaries and Creating Connections

The New York–based jazz and R&B singer talked to students about the power of energy in every aspect of performing.

Berklee Presents The Show—a Pop Music Spectacle—on March 5

Produced by Rob Lewis ’94 (Christina Aguilera, Fifth Harmony), the genre-spanning concert will feature hits by Kendrick Lamar, Taylor Swift, Lil Nas X, and many more.

Emily Bear Ventures into Pop

The Berklee student, already a successful jazz pianist and composer at 18, talks to the BIRN about exploring new musical territory.  

Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science

Terri Lyne Carrington, Aaron Parks, and Matthew Stevens discuss their new band, Social Science, which confronts social justice issues through music.

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Boston Globe: SpeakEasy, Conservatory Partner to Give Students Theatrical Experience

The Boston Globe spoke to Boston Conservatory at Berklee Dean of Theater Scott Edmiston, faculty members Paul Daigneault and Laura Marie Duncan, and alumni Stephanie Umoh and Dwayne P. Mitchell for a feature on the department's exclusive academic and artistic partnership with SpeakEasy Stage Company. 

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NPR's Marketplace: Sirius is investing in SoundCloud to the tune of $75M

Professor George Howard spoke to NPR's Marketplace about Sirius' investment in SoundCloud and its impact on the music of up-and-coming recording artists. 


Bay State Banner: In the News: Tonya Butler

Berklee has appointed Butler as chair of the Music Business/Management Department.

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NPR Marketplace: Streaming Rescued Record Labels. But Has It Abandoned Artists?

Professor George Howard appeared on NPR's show Marketplace to discuss Warner Music Group's plans to go public. 


Bay State Banner: In the News: Yoron Israel

The Bay State Banner ran a feature on Yoron Israel's appointment to chair of the Percussion Department.