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iHeartRadio: Curated by Terri Lyne Carrington

Grammy Award–winning faculty member Terri Lyne Carrington curates a playlist of music that inspires her to imagine something different.


Jamaica Plain Gazette: Q&A with Composer Michael Wartofsky

Wartofsky, a professor of harmony, is interviewed about his debut album, All the Possibilities: Broadway Sings Wartofsky.

Jamaica Plain Gazette ‘Astral Weeks,’ a Groundbreaking Album with Cambridge Roots, Honored on 50th Anniversary

Van Morrison's album Astral Weeks has some surprising connections to Berklee.

Boston Herald: Professor's Music Played at President George H.W. Bush's Funeral

Boston Conservatory at Berklee professor Kevin Siegfried's piece "Lay Me Low" was performed at the funeral for President George H.W. Bush, as reported by the Boston Herald.

Boston Herald

The Hollywood Reporter: Top 25 Music Schools for Composing for Film and TV

The Hollywood Reporter once again ranks Berklee among the world's top film schools. 

The Hollywood Reporter

The New York Times: Israeli Pianist Wins Thelonious Monk Contest

Tom Oren, a Berklee student, is the winner of the Thelonious Monk Showcase, jazz's most influential competition. 

The New York Times

Sampan: Berklee Gathers Chinese Pop Music Industry Leaders in Boston

Sampan covers the two-day Berklee China-U.S. Music Summit on campus, featuring panels, performances, and interviews with industry leaders.


WBUR: To Play or not to Play? The Museum of Fine Arts Activates Its Rare Instruments

Boston's Museum of Fine Arts engages visitors with rare and ancient instruments, some played by Berklee professors. 


Above the Basement: An Interview with Roger Brown

Roger Brown is interviewed about his career trajectory before becoming president of Berklee College of Music and his commitment to advancing career opportunities for students. 

Above the Basement: Boston Music and Conversation

Spotify's For the Record: Meet the Women behind the Mixers

Spotify is partnering with Berklee to form the EQL Studio Residency, providing three full-time, paid residencies to female engineers.

Spotify: For the Record

DownBeat: Dominican Republic Jazz Festival Looks to Foster the Future

The Berklee Global Jazz Institute provides inspiration for young musicians from the stage and in their community. 


Jazz Times: Jazz after College

What do the alumni of America’s most prestigious jazz programs do after graduation? Jazz Times talked to a few to find out.

Jazz Times