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Looking toward the future, President Roger H. Brown sees a cutting-edge institution.
Berklee President Roger Brown plans to retire after accomplishing a few more milestones.
Don Gorder, chair of Berklee's Music Business/Management Department, spoke to the New York Times about a copyright dispute over Lizzo's massive hit song "Truth Hurts."
The Boston Globe spoke to Berklee President Roger H. Brown, Boston Conservatory at Berklee Executive Director Cathy Young, and others in the Boston arts scene regarding the passing of Richard Ortner, former president of Boston Conservatory at Berklee, in an obituary.
Billboard: Berklee Online CEO Debbie Cavalier is Teaching Gender Parity with Roles for Female Students, Instructors
The number of female Berklee Online instructors has grown from 28 percent in 2012 to 33 percent in 2018.
The singer and Berklee alumnus received a four-chair standing ovation from the judges.
The Boston Globe published an article about Mary Lambert's visit to Berklee for Mental Health Awareness Week, which included a special performance and Reach Out talk with our Health and Wellness office.
Berklee Online has increased female enrollment by 65 percent in the last two years.
The Boston Herald spoke to Berklee alumni Charlie Rosen and Grace Kelly about an upcoming performance of video game music at the Berklee Performance Center.
The Boston Globe wrote about the Music and Health Hackathon presentations at HubWeek, with quotes from Berklee faculty members Joy Allen and Annette Whitehead-Pleaux.
The New York Times spoke to Kris Davis and Terri Lyne Carrington about Davis's new role with the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice and her impact on the jazz world ahead of the release of her new album, Diatom Ribbons.