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Soldiers and Veterans Pursue Art and Degree Online

Ten percent of students in Berklee Online degree programs are active duty or reservist service members, or veterans. 

Berklee Now Series

Live Nation Awards Scholarship to Student Clara Maurer

The music business/management major received the award that supports women pursuing careers in live event operations, production, and music engineering.

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Jamshied Sharifi ’85 Wins Tony Award for The Band’s Visit

This is the third consecutive year a Berklee alumnus has won in the Best Orchestrations category.

Carlos Vives Scholarship Awarded to Nicolle Horbath

Presented by the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation, the scholarship allows the 21-year-old vocalist to pursue a Bachelor of Music degree at Berklee.

BerkleeICE and Women in Music Partner on New Study

Women in Music and BerkleeICE join forces to examine the current status of gender equity across a broad spectrum of women working in the U.S. music industry.

BAMS Fest to Feature Berklee Students, Alumni

The Boston Art & Music Soul (BAMS) Festival, a free event on Saturday, June 23, in Franklin Park, will feature a number of current students and alumni from Berklee College of Music. 

Ciaran Lavery to Appear on BIRN Alive

Tune in on June 23 to hear an interview and performance by the Irish singer-songwriter. His show at the Red Room will also air live later that evening.

The BIRN

Ingrid Jensen: Charting Her Own Course

Jazz trumpeter Ingrid Jensen ’89 has learned to navigate between an international music career and her deeply-rooted family life.

Berklee Today Alumni Magazine

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Cognitive Dissonance: Grappling with Beyoncé at Coachella

Should we support a festival whose owner has ties to anti-LGBTQ+ organizations, even if Queen Bey is performing?

The Berklee Groove

Toki Wright Named Assistant Chair of Professional Music

Toki Wright, an internationally recognized MC, producer, writer, radio host, arts diplomat, and community organizer, has been named assistant chair of the Professional Music Department.

Boston Calling and the Festival Experience

Take an inside look at Boston's biggest summer festival, from music to food to fans.

The Berklee Groove

Kelly Corcoran Brings Classical Music to All

Kelly Corcoran reflects on her path from the Conservatory to her career as a conductor and founder of Intersection, a contemporary music ensemble focused on community engagement.

Boston Conservatory at Berklee

Summer in the City Hosts Hundreds of Free Shows for Public

Berklee students, faculty, and alumni will perform over 400 free concerts throughout Greater Boston this summer.