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The Music Behind the 1963 March on Washington

Dean Emmett G. Price III talks about the March on Washington, the significance of the music behind it, and its 60th anniversary.

'Gospejazzical' Pioneer to Moderate Panel with Hip-Hop Icons

Dr. John Paul McGee, Berklee’s assistant chair of piano, will guide a discussion with a group that includes Cheryl “Salt” James of Salt-N-Pepa about the influence of jazz and R&B on early hip-hop.

The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Turns 25

Berklee's Arun Pandian and Danielle "Queen D." Scott talk about the groundbreaking album and its impact on their lives.

Lost John Coltrane Record Still Sounds Like Freedom

Ethnomusicologist Emmett G. Price III unpacks Evenings at the Village Gate and the enduring power of a sound so bold and liberated that some critics dismissed it as "anti-jazz."

Berklee Alum's Festival to Celebrate Women and Gender-Expansive Artists

Naomi Westwater M.M. ’18, managing director of Beats by Girlz Boston, created BBG Fest to empower creators who are often marginalized in the fields of music production and technology.