Berklee in the news
Berklee Now Series
Berklee places third in Forbes profile of the schools with the most Oscar, Emmy and Grammy winning alumni.
Berklee professor Bob Mulvey spoke to The Christian Science Monitor about being at Woodstock and teaching about the festival today.
Professor Tia Fuller appears on WGBH's Open Studio with Jared Bowen to discuss teaching, touring, and her Grammy-nominated album Diamond Cut.
The Berklee professor is set to open the JazzUrbane Café in Dudley Square.
The singer talks about her first song getting the Filmfare Award.
Claire Lim thought she would be a pop star until she found electronic muisc.
Roy Juno, who will perform at Osheaga in Montreal, is featured in Quebec's largest English-language weekly newspaper.
The Onion dives into a nonexistent Berklee report on the history behind Coldplay's smash hit "Fix You."
This magazine, based in Israel, profiled the college, including information on majors, admissions, Berklee Global Partners, the Valencia campus, and the Career Center.
The series, modeled after NPR's Tiny Desk Concerts, showcases emerging artists from the college.