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Tamara Jokic performs her original "Yo te doy" at Berklee College of Music. The song was arranged by Pera Krstajic.
Nana Ouyang (欧阳娜娜) and Berklee String Department faculty member Mike Block perform a cello duet of "Smooth Criminal" at the Berklee Performance Center. They performed at the sold-out Nana Ouyang 10-Year Anniversary Tour: Berklee Scholarship Fund Concert in April 2019.
Discover what it’s like to live and learn at Berklee’s Boston campus. Explore our recording studios, performance venues, and practice facilities. Take a tour through our residence halls, classrooms, and dining hall (that transforms into a student venue at night).
Artist Martin Tames performs his original "Enfermé" live at Berklee College of Music. The song was arranged by Tames, except for the choir that was written by MARO.
Tony Award–winning actress, singer, and dancer Sutton Foster addresses the class of 2019 at Boston Conservatory at Berklee's graduation.
Composer, producer, orchestrator, musical director, and four-time Grammy Award winner Alex Lacamoire addresses the class of 2019 at Berklee College of Music's graduation.
A singer-songwriter and actor with 10 Grammys, four Emmys, seven American Music Awards, three Brit Awards, nine Billboard Music Awards, and 32 million albums sold, Justin Timberlake addresses the class of 2019 at Berklee College of Music's graduation.
Rapper, singer-songwriter, producer, and five-time Grammy Award winner Missy Elliott addresses the class of 2019 as the first hip-hop artist to receive an honorary doctorate at Berklee College of Music's graduation.
Berklee Piano Department faculty member Olivia Pérez Collellmir B.M. '16 and bassist James Hazelwood Dale perform Pérez Collellmir's arrangement of Maurice Ravel's "Le Tombeau de Couperin (Prélude)."
Students Dom Jones and Keira Smith are the featured vocalists performing Missy Elliott's "Work It" from the Sylvia Rhone Tribute Concert. The concert was produced by visiting artist Rob Lewis.
Watch Berklee faculty members Danny Morris and Ayn Inserto demonstrate an audition with a current Berklee student at a recent Berklee Open House.