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Big Thief (left to right): Buck Meek B.M. ’10, Adrianne Lenker B.M. ’12, James Krivchenia B.M. ’14, and Max Oleartchik
Image by Kelly Davidson
On a Boston tour stop, the indie superstars riffed on sustainable success, artistic integrity, and more during an interview on campus.
Singer, songwriter, and humanitarian Michael Franti (Spearhead) spoke with students about his empathy-centered approach to songwriting.
At a Visiting Artist Series clinic this week, the pop hitmaker and Berklee alumnus talked about his influences and why his latest single, "Girlfriend," is indebted to Berklee.
Gil Dor '75 (far left) and Noa shared their musical journeys with faculty member Andrew Shryock and President Roger Brown (far right).
Image by Stefan Thompson
The two Israeli musicians shared their artistic journeys and performed pieces from their new collaboration, Letters to Bach.
Kenny Werner (left), artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, talked creativity with jazz composer Billy Childs (right).
The two decorated composers talked about their different approaches to creativity and debated which chord sounds the most like hope.
Image by Alex Kawasaki
Thirteen student teams spent a Saturday writing, workshopping, and performing original songs.
The Berklee Indian Ensemble received a Grammy nomination in the Best Global Music Album category for its debut album, Shuruaat, released in July.
Image by Mike Ritter
Nominees include the Berklee Indian Ensemble, Terri Lyne Carrington, Miguel Zenón, Molly Tuttle, Domi & JD Beck, Big Thief, Danilo Pérez featuring the Global Messengers, and many more.
Image courtesy of Jasmine Forrest
The contemporary dance student reflects on their path to Boston Conservatory at Berklee, learning to push boundaries in movement, and the artists who inspire them.
Berklee President Erica Muhl speaks at the 2022 Culture Summit Abu Dhabi.
Image courtesy of the Abu Dhabi Department of Culture and Tourism
Berklee community members participated in both the three-day summit and an event at the Berklee Abu Dhabi Center.
As evidence of music therapy’s benefits grows, the practice is increasingly showing up in hospitals, schools, and more.
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