Berklee in the news
Berklee Now Series
Berklee student Nano Raies, a singer, songwriter, and composer who left Syria to pursue music, is profiled for the program Inside the Middle East.
Terri Lyne Carrington talks to Metro about the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, opening this fall.
The band members discuss forming the group, their songwriting process, and being selected for the Berklee Popular Music Institute.
The Boston Globe interviews Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty member David Gammons about his staging of Frankenstein.
Berklee collaborated with the Forbes under 30 Summit to present the college’s annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium.
One of Boston's most multicultural musical events returns with sounds for every listener.
Boston Neighborhood Network News host Chris Lovett interviews Berklee professors and Berklee Beantown Jazz Festival performers Ralph Peterson and Marco Pignataro.
The film, TV, and theater composer visits Berklee October 1–5 through a grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.
In addition to composing and teaching, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute fellow is igniting change through his foundation in Chile.