Sounds of Berklee
Berklee Now Series
After graduating from Berklee's film scoring program in Valencia, Spain, Félix Carcone M.M. '15 cocreated the highly successful game The Live Thriller in Paris. He tells us why it's been such a hit, and we take a listen to the theme song.
Shirly Spikes, an electronic production and design major and CEO of Virtuo Studios, shares her insights into the rapidly evolving industry of virtual reality and its potential to transform music education.
Rapper, singer, and producer Myia Thornton, who performed with the Missy Elliott ensemble at the 2019 commencement concert, brings a chill R&B groove to her track "Issa Sign," from her EP Mood for the Moment.
Buck Meek B.M. ’10 discusses returning to Berklee on tour with Jeff Tweedy, writing and recording with Big Thief, how a surreal encounter with Joni Mitchell helped him finish his song “Halo Light," and more. Image by Shervin Lainez.
Ebony Williams (B.F.A. '05), noted for her work with Beyoncé, was recently honored with an Alumni Achievement Award. She talks here about her road to a dance career and how she uses stories to inform her choreography. Image by Nikita Alba
Berklee alumna Nella Rojas B.M. '15 draws on her Venezuelan roots to explore moving on from a lost love in the title track from her upcoming album, Voy.
Listen to Hakim’s slow-burning single, "Bet She Looks Like You,” ahead of his April 19 show at the Red Room at Cafe 939.
As a player and an educator, the new Guitar Department chair balances deep roots in tradition with stylistically diverse collaborations.
Bands ranging from Americana and jazz to Berklee’s Balkan Choir and Indian Ensemble reimagined Metallica songs for Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Center Stage dance concert, Limitless, April 11–14.
Erin Barra, a professor in Berklee's Songwriting Department, and researcher Becky Prior share key findings from the first-ever study on women working in the music industry, published by Berklee and Women in Music.
Alumnae folk trio Lula Wiles—featuring Eleanor Buckland '15, Isa Burke B.M. '16, and Mali Obomsawin '14—bring ethereal triple harmonies to the lead song off their new album, What Will We Do.
Visiting Scholar Bruce Molsky and his bluegrass trio, Molsky's Mountain Drifters, inject a note of optimism in their new single, "There's a Bright Side Somewhere."