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Lakshmanan is an alumna of Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. Her latest release features tracks in English, Hindi, and Tamil.
Joe Bennett, Berklee's vice president for academic affairs—strategic initiatives, examines Grande’s chart-topper.
A new album by Antonio Sánchez '97 is dedicated to fellow immigrants who didn't come to America to pursue a passion, but to flee in fear.
The Patriot Ledger spoke to Berklee Global Jazz Institute founder and artistic director Danilo Pérez about his Grammy win for Best Jazz Instrumental Album with the Wayne Shorter Quartet.
Tia Fuller pens an opinion editorial for NBC News about why she's using her Grammy nomination to address sexism in the jazz world.
WBZ-TV sits down with Berklee professor Tia Fuller and her Rainbow All-Stars Ensemble to take in a performance and talk about her Grammy nomination for Best Jazz Instrumental Album.
Jolle James' B.A. '11 Grammy nominated song "Boo'd Up" made it to Billboard's Top 20 Best R&B songs of 2018.
WBZ-TV speaks to Michele Darling, Sean Skeete, Rishabh Rajan, alumna Claire Lim, and student Maddy Kong about Berklee's inclusion of electronic digital instruments (EDIs).
The Los Angeles-based alumnus and live-electronics pioneer delves into his heritage on stage at the Red Room at Cafe 939.
The Boston Globe: ‘A Common Voice as Cultural Revolutionaries’: Allen Ginsberg and Philip Glass’s Hydrogen Jukebox
The Boston Globe spoke to conductor Ryan Turner and director Nathan Troup about Boston Conservatory at Berklee's upcoming production of Hydrogen Jukebox.