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The Music of Heartbeats

Music therapy alumnus Brian Schreck shared his unique approach to creating music with the heartbeats of patients with a terminal illness.  

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Berklee and Women in Music Win Innovation Award for 2019 Report

The first study to explore the socioeconomic landscape of women in the U.S. music industry was recognized at SIM São Paulo, one of Latin America's most prominent music industry events.

College Students Deserve More Than Video Chats

In an essay for Medium, Berklee President Roger H. Brown discusses the importance of making virtual classroom experiences meaningful.

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Boston Conservatory at Berklee Shines at the 2020 Elliot Norton Awards

Conservatory students and alumni took home several top awards at Boston’s largest theater awards ceremony.

Creating a Vibrant Campus Life Experience Online

Berklee’s Campus Life staff and student leaders have found new ways to engage the campus community online during the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Berklee Celebrates Class of 2020 as Commencement Goes Virtual

Boston Conservatory at Berklee honored Mikhail Baryshnikov and André De Shields, and Berklee College of Music honored Sheila E., John Legend, and Cassandra Wilson in a pair of virtual events on May 9.

Berklee Students Honored at 43rd Annual DownBeat Student Music Awards

Students were recognized with 15 DownBeat Student Music Awards across a wide variety of categories.

The Berklee Really Eclectic Orchestra Records an All-Strings Rendition of 'Miserlou' from Home

The high school ensemble embraced the stay-at-home restrictions for their innovative take on the influential rock guitar tune.

New Berklee India Exchange Music Video Supports Musicians Affected by COVID-19

Watch Indian celebrities and Berklee artists perform a new arrangement of the popular song "Dil Chahta Hai."

Hope and Joy in Isolation: Theater in the Time of COVID-19

Boston Conservatory at Berklee theater faculty are finding new and novel ways to spark their students' creativity. 

BGJI Celebrates International Jazz Day with the Wayne Shorter Quartet Reunion

Danilo Pérez will unite the Wayne Shorter Quartet for a virtual reunion on International Jazz Day.

Amid Coronavirus Challenges, Courtney Powers Finds New Ways to Inspire Students

The alumna and high school music director recently earned a 2021 Music Educator Award nomination.

Berklee Student, Faculty Member to be Featured in HBO Documentary

Berklee sixth-semester student Adam Walden and faculty member Rhoda Bernard will both appear in the HBO documentary Autism: The Sequel, premiering April 28.