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The Boston Globe covered Eric Cornell's Tony Award, which he received for working on the revival of the musical Oklahoma!.
Makayla White, with guitar in hand, may be Maine's only traveling music therapist.
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra takes its new production on a three-stop tour.
NBC's Nightly News included Justin Timberlake's remarks to Berklee College of Music graduates in their Commencement 2019 feature.
WBUR's program Here & Now explores gender equality at music festivals, citing a recent report from Berklee and Women in Music, and speaking with researcher Becky Prior.
The Boston Globe reports on the ups and downs of Boston-based women working in music, based on Berklee's report in conjunction with Women in Music earlier this year. Researcher Becky Prior and professor Erin Barra, coauthors of the report, were interviewed for this feature.
Kishi Bashi’s new album tells stories of the Japanese interned in U.S. camps during World War II.
Terri Lyne Carrington spoke to Exhale Lifestyle about the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, and advocating for equity in the jazz world.
Jeff Dorenfeld, managing director of the Berklee Popular Music Institute, discusses his experiences at festivals in the 1960s and the evolution of festivals through the '80s, '90s, and 2000s.
Berklee professor Dr. Richard Boulanger spoke to Fast Company about the legacy of Robert Moog and his synthesizers ahead of the opening of the Moogseum.
The Mumbai-based drummer and composer shines on the seven-track record.