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Lennon Stella Talks to Students About Journey from Nashville to Debut Album

Lennon Stella appeared—virtually—at a Berklee Visiting Artist Series clinic, to speak and take students questions about her approach to her career and to music. 

Berklee Now Series

Berklee Announces Erica Muhl as New President

Muhl comes to Berklee from the University of Southern California, where she was dean and founding executive director of the Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation. 

Terri Lyne Carrington

Terri Lyne Carrington Receives NEA Jazz Masters Award

The acclaimed founder of the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice was recognized with the jazz genre's highest honor.

'Black People Are Country': Mickey Guyton, with Karen Kosowski, Shares Insights with Berklee Students

Guyton and Kosowski talked about their collaboration, about the lines between genres, and about what it’s like being a Black woman in country music.

Berklee and Kaiwen Academy Partner to Bring Contemporary Musicianship to K–12 Chinese Students

The partnership between Berklee and Kaiwen Academy will bring modern music training to a new generation of global musicians in China. 

'What You’re Supposed to Do': Finding Success on a Nontraditional Career Path

Berklee Online student Ravi Lad talks about the joys—and risks—of pursuing a career in music when you've already started down a different road.

Berklee Blogs

Berklee Alumni Receive 2020 Tony Award Nominations

Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni were featured in some of the most prominent and acclaimed theater productions of last year.

Aerial shot of Berklee's main building in Boston

Berklee to Reopen Campus this Spring with Hybrid Learning Model

Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee will open in January for a mix of in-person and remote learning.

Edmar Colon (L) and Luis Gamarra (R)

Berklee Artists Join Forces for #BerkleeTogether Concert Series

The biweekly series, which starts on Wednesday, October 14, has Berklee musicians from across the globe collaborating for new virtual performances.

New Concept Album Boils Down Mueller Report to Eight-Song Opera

Henry Bloomfield's 29-minute album, Ongoing Matter, uses the report's own text to tell its story through music. 

Terri Lyne Carrington and Danilo Pérez Present Virtual Concert

The Signature Series performance will be streamed on Berklee's YouTube channel.

Berklee Alumni Nominated for 2020 Latin Grammys

Fourteen Berklee alumni are nominated across eight categories, including Album of the Year.

Singer and songwriter TeaMarrr

TeaMarrr and Kareem James Aren't Your Typical Artist-Manager Pairing

The visiting artists shared with students about their alchemical business relationship at a recent virtual clinic.