Sounds of Berklee
Berklee Now Series
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.
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.
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
As a player and an educator, the new Guitar Department chair balances deep roots in tradition with stylistically diverse collaborations.