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Backstage featured Berklee as one of the top college vocal performance programs in a roundup of institutions.
The Boston Globe interviewed Joe Musella, assistant professor of guitar, about the late Eddie Van Halen's legacy and impact.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee Chair of the Dance Division Mila Thigpen spoke with Dance Magazine about how dance students can best utilize campus resources, whether virtual or in-person.
College Magazine spoke to Boston Conservatory at Berklee dean of theater Scott Edmiston about his advice for theater students taking remote acting classes this fall.
Faculty member Prince Charles Alexander appeared on WBUR-FM's show Radio Boston to discuss how crowning a "song of the summer" becomes more complicated in a pandemic.
Richard Boulanger spoke to the Washington Post about how Berklee has stayed innovative with its curriculum and priorities for students as the college stays online for the fall.
The Boston Globe included Berklee student Taylor Deneen's Summer in the City performance as a top event of the upcoming week.
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.
Boston Magazine lauded faculty member Terri Lyne Carrington and her band Social Science in their 2020 Best of Boston Awards for Waiting Game, which won Best Local Album.