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Missy Elliott, Alex Lacamoire, Justin Timberlake Honored at Commencement

The music icons received honorary doctorates for their lasting contributions to music and popular culture.

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Berklee's Boston Summer Music Preview

Summer in Boston means a slew of great musical experiences are right around the corner.

Berklee Alumnus Brings Music to Refugees in Lebanon

Acclaimed violinist Layth Sidiq visited Lebanon to work with refugee children from Syria. 

Berklee Alumni Among Emmy Winners for Momentum Generation

Kevin Doucette and Ishaan Chhabra received a Sports Emmy for their work on the surfing documentary Momentum Generation.

Emilio and Gloria Estefan Scholarship Awarded to Sergio De Miguel Jorquera

Presented by the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation, the four-year scholarship allows the pianist from Vigo, Spain, to pursue a Bachelor of Music degree at Berklee College of Music.

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Berklee's Online Video Team Wins Four Telly Awards

The Tellys honor excellence in video and television across all screen formats.

Berklee Brass Players Take the Stage at Boston Calling

Recent alumni John Michael Bradford and Ethan Santos took a last-minute opportunity to perform with members of Bon Iver and the National in the indie supergroup Big Red Machine. 

Billy Childs Named Visiting Scholar at Berklee

As the inaugural Ken Pullig Visiting Scholar in Jazz Studies, the five-time Grammy-winner will coach a student ensemble, work with faculty, and present master classes.

Sean McMahon Named Chair of Berklee's Film Scoring Department

McMahon, a successful film composer and orchestrator who currently serves as assistant chair of the department, succeeds Alison Plante as chair on September 1.

Berklee Institute for Arts Education and Special Needs Partners with No Limits Media

No Limits Media is an organization dedicated to helping all people with different abilities through various media initiatives and educational curricula.

Berklee Global Summit Hosts Concerts by Students, Faculty, and Alumni

Berklee hosts free concerts on June 18 and 20 by students from Boston Conservatory at Berklee, Berklee Global Jazz Institute, and partner institutions as part of its Global Summit.

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Marshall Gilkes and the Art of Puddle Jumping

The brass faculty member infuses his teaching with his experience as a performer, arranger, and composer.

Three Ways the Soundbreaking Campaign Made Waves at Berklee

The campaign has raised more than $160 million in support of student financial aid, state-of-the-art facilities, and other groundbreaking initiatives.