Sounds of Berklee

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Pedro Osuna conducting an orchestra

Film Composer Pedro Osuna Reinvents Himself with Every Score

In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Osuna talks about embracing deadlines, working in L.A., and finding his compositional voice.

Berklee Now Series

Andrew Sarlo's Big Year: On Producing for Bon Iver, Big Thief, and More

The alumnus goes behind the scenes of some of 2019’s top releases on Sounds of Berklee and curates a playlist of his productions for Berklee Now.

Melissa Aldana Explores Self-Identity on Visions

Award-winning Chilean saxophonist Melissa Aldana B.M. '09 talks about the inspiration for her latest album, struggles she has faced in her artistic journey, and how she stays at the top of her game.

Berklee Online Instructor and Team Build a Song with Splice

Erik Hawkins recruited a team of Berklee alumni, former students, and others to write and build the song "Champagne" using the online collaboration platform Splice. Hawkins and his former student Konstantin Ladilov tell us how they did it, piece by piece. 

Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith’s Orchestra of Electricity

Take a moment to clear your mind with the alumna synth composer's organic, meditative music, featured on this episode of Sounds of Berklee.

Musicians and Mental Health: What You Need to Know

Leah Driscoll, director of health and wellness programs, shares resources for musicians to manage their mental health on Sounds of Berklee.  

Jilian Medford of the band IAN SWEET

How Shoegaze Lived, Died, and Came Back to Influence a New Generation

If you like Coldplay, Beach House, or even the 1975, then you probably like shoegaze—even if you didn't know it.

Nirvana Producer Steve Albini Recorded this Berklee Band’s Raw New Track

The legendary In Utero producer engineered the Cotones’s “The Final Cut” and dropped priceless wisdom in Berklee’s Studio 2. Listen to the track premiere on Sounds of Berklee.

Niu Raza Issues a Dance Challenge with 'Moramora'

Berklee alumna and Madagascar native Niu Raza gets audiences to dance with her catchy, upbeat pop tune.

Jackie Foster’s ‘Great Escape’ Embraces Life after The Voice

The singer's new summer anthem empowers listeners to face their fears.

Kishi Bashi riding a horse

Kishi Bashi Carves Beauty Out of Tragic History

The indie virtuoso takes time at his Boston tour stop to discuss his new album and how to stay balanced when writing about dark subjects.

The Ruta Beggars Take a Bluegrass Journey on the MBTA

The student bluegrass band performs its original track "The Trains Don't Run No More (in Boston)," inspired by a long, slow trip on the Green Line.

Dalaun Gets Vulnerable on Debut Single ‘Beggin’’

On this week's Sounds of Berklee, listen to a new track by emerging R&B singer Dalaun ahead of her BAMS Fest performance on June 22.