Berklee Now Series
Tonya Butler, chair of the Music Business/Management Department, provides commentary in this story, part of a series examining the music industry's treatment of Black artists.
The song is now one of the top 50 most-streamed songs globally on Spotify.
A scholarship has been established at Berklee in the name of Danroy “DJ” Henry Jr., an Easton native whose life was tragically cut short in 2010.
Jason Palmer, an assistant professor in the Ensemble Department, collaborated with more than a dozen musicians to create duo tracks with accompanying videos in honor of the slain EMT.
Student Gayathri Menon, this year's winner of Berklee's Songs for Social Change Contest, discusses her song "Privilege to Dream" and growing up as an immigrant.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty member Michelle Chasse participated in a conversation with Playbill to answer questions about the specialized college theater experience, audition tips, and more.
The scholarship, awarded to vocalist and pianist Mar Giménez Marín, is worth $200,000 and will allow her to study at Berklee College of Music for four years.
Claudia Glaser Mussen, a musician and therapist, offers advice on how to cope with doubt and uncertainty in a time of global crisis.