Berklee Today

Berklee's alumni magazine for contemporary music and musicians. Learn more.

Using Quarantine to Elevate Your Art

Kenny Werner talked with Berklee Today about how to not just endure quarantine, but to grow during it. 

Berklee Now Series

When Mom Has Midterms

Two new books by Berklee Online CEO Debbie Cavalier help children adjust to family life when a parent goes back to school. 

30 under 30

To celebrate Berklee Today's 30th anniversary, we are highlighting a selection of alumni who were born after that inaugural issue was printed.

A Rising Star

Conservatorio de Artes del Caribe plays an essential role in producing the next generation of Puerto Rican talent. 

Reconnecting with Your Instrument

Liberation and enjoyment in performance is the birthright of every person who picks up an instrument. 

Digital Native

An early switch to hard-drive recording made Gustavo Celis Miami's go-to engineer. 

Pole Position

Emily Weber helps lead the way in trailer music.

From Synthesist to Activist

Television composer Mike Mandel discusses his long career as a synthesizer player, and his advocacy on behalf of visually impaired musicians.

From Grammy Winner to Graduate

Professor Mark Walker heads back to the (virtual) classroom as a student.

Music Isn’t a Product

How I made a career in music by giving things away.

Dave Matthews Syndrome

How to build an audience that keeps coming back.

Telling a Story with Harmonic Rhythm

By giving special consideration to when you play the chords, you can use harmonic rhythm to score your lyrics in support of the overall theme of your song.