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Billboard: Chartbreaker: Ingrid Andress Learned to Write Songs in Any Style before Her Country Breakthrough
The Berklee alumna enters the top 20 Country Airplay chart for the first time.
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra will perform its powerhouse score to The Phantom of the Opera.
The Berklee alumna won the coveted title of Best New Artist.
A new female-fronted residency creates more opportunities for women.
The Kelly Clarkson Show: Women in Music President Nicole Barsalona Discusses the Importance of Mentorships
Around the 38-minute mark, Kelly Clarkson interviews Nicole Barsalona, president of Women in Music, about how the company's study with Berklee on challenges in the industry influenced a new mentorship program.
Berklee President Roger H. Brown receives a New England Choice Award for his contributions to art, culture, and music.
Patricia Zárate Pérez, assistant professor of music therapy, debuted her new album as a leader while continuing to be a vanguard in education, literature, and festival production.
Berklee's Film Scoring program drew accolades from The Hollywood Reporter in its annual ranking of music programs.
The Boston Symphony Orchestra will hold a memorial celebration and reception for Richard Ortner on November 16 in Symphony Hall.
The New York Times spoke to Terri Lyne Carrington and members of her band Social Science about their new record, as well as Carrington's groundbreaking work at Berklee and her recent Doris Duke artist award.
WBUR spoke to Terri Lyne Carrington for a feature on her new album with Social Science and her work with the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice.
Jazz Times published an article on the recent $3 million gift for the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice.