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Berklee Alumni and Faculty Nominated for Grammy Awards

28 Berklee alumni and two faculty members were nominated for Grammys across 17 categories.

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Little Big Town's New Lead Track Has Berklee Roots

Three Berklee alumni cowrote "Next to You," the first track on Nightfall, Little Big Town’s ninth album.

DOMi and JD Beck to Perform at the Red Room at Cafe 939

The futuristic jazz duo’s performance will be webcast live as part of WBGO’s the Checkout—Live at Berklee multimedia concert series.

Overwatch Composer Adam Burgess Charts a Path from Berklee to Blizzard Entertainment

The 2014 graduate breaks down some of the epic music heard by 50 million gamers worldwide, and shares career tips for aspiring game composers.

Student Clubs Offer Friendship, Experience, and Even a Little Magic

Students gain professional experience and valuable community through clubs and organizations on campus. 

Listen to the Berklee Artists Who Made 2019's Best Music

Whether it was pop, hip-hop, indie, bluegrass, or jazz, Berklee artists performed and produced some of this year’s most critically acclaimed tracks.

Slideshow: Berklee Student Ensembles Show off Their Skills

To close out the semester, Berklee student ensembles representing a variety of styles performed some of the music they've worked on this fall.

Tonya Butler Named Chair of Music Business/Management

Butler is the first woman and the first African American to lead the department.

Five Decades on, Jimmy Buffett Is Still Cultivating His Audience

The “Margaritaville” singer talked about the pitfalls of signing a record deal and the importance of connecting with fans.  

Applications Open for the Julio Iglesias Scholarship

The Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation is now accepting applications for a four-year scholarship to Berklee College of Music.

Student Advice for a Smooth Finals Week

Read advice from Berklee peer wellness educators on how to survive, even thrive, during finals week. 

Ricky Duran Lights Up the Semifinals on The Voice

The Massachusetts native and Berklee alumnus will sing in the show’s finale next week. 

Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra Performance Spans Countries, Cultures, and History

Inspired by an iconic John F. Kennedy quote, the BCSO selected each piece to be written by a composer from a different country, embarking on a global musical journey.