Royal Caribbean teamed up with experts from Berklee and technologists from around the world to create SoundSeeker, a unique tool that transforms travelers’ most memorable photos into an original, shareable soundtrack with a video to match.
Seven young musicians from underserved communities in Boston and across the United States were awarded four-year, full-tuition scholarships to attend Berklee during an emotional presentation at the Berklee Performance Center on August 7.
Beginning in 2019, Berklee College of Music will offer incoming students the option to choose an electronic digital instrument (EDI), a computing device equipped with music software and performance controllers, as their principal instrument.
Adapted from the book Arranging for Strings by Mimi Rabson. “Strings can play the melody, add a countermelody, insert fills between melodic phrases, hold the harmony together with pads, comp with the rhythm section, and more.”
On her latest album, The Book of Longing, Los Angeles alumna Luciana Souza ’88 sings the poetry of Leonard Cohen, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Emily Dickinson, Christina Rossetti, and herself in settings she composed.
Since arriving in Nashville in 1995, Greg Becker ’95 has made his living by getting inside people’s heads. But instead of doing so as a doctor, he’s been doing it as one of the more successful songwriters in Nashville, Tennessee.
Since Berklee’s earliest days, courses in arranging have been staples of the curriculum. Through the years, students came to Berklee seeking the skills to arrange for big band, orchestra, small ensemble, and even solo instruments. Many have parlayed their arranging skills into successful careers...
In the spring, Berklee announced a new scholarship created in honor of Phish cofounder Mike Gordon to support students studying bass who are also well-rounded artists with skills in such areas as songwriting, production, arranging, or creative entrepreneurship.
More than 100 participants from the academic, medical, healthcare, biotech, pharmaceutical, music, and civic sectors gathered for the Berklee Music and Health Institute’s inaugural event, “Crossroads of Music and Medicine.”
In July, associate professor of composition Panagiotis Liaropoulos left Boston to begin his work as a Fulbright Fellow in the Small Cyclades, a group of islands in the Aegean Sea southeast of the Greek mainland. Liaropoulos has made his home in America for more than two decades. But he continues...
After teaching at various Spanish educational institutions, Olga Román B.M. ’87 joined the Berklee Valencia faculty in Valencia, Spain, in 2015 as a voice instructor in the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance program (production concentration). “Teaching is something I have always...
Conservatory professor Mary Wolff attended a workshop with dance artists Itsván Kiss and Erika Kiss Demeter studying improvisational couple dance forms from the Kalotaszeg region of Transylvania and the Hungarian Mezőföld region.
Professor Deborah J. Bennett placed a story in the NPR podcast Only a Game, in which she considers how gender affected her path as an athlete.
Ishaan Chhabra was 3 years old when he heard something so wondrous that it stamped the first indelible imprint on his memory. It was the industry-changing soundtrack to the 1992 Indian blockbuster Roja that had made composer A. R. Rahman a household name across India.
Trumpeter Jonathan Lax of Summit, NJ, performed in June at the Alamo under the baton of Doc Severinsen. Lax also performed at the International Trumpet Guild Conference in San Antonio, TX.
Patrick L. Smith of Jersey City, NJ, a six-time Emmy nominee, recently won in the Outstanding Live and Direct to Tape Sound category for his work on The Harry Show. He was also nominated for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Variety Series or Special for Last Week Tonight with Jon Oliver. Visit linkedin.com/in/patrick-smith-906262a.