Berklee hosts hundreds of events throughout the year, including performances by students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as master classes, panel discussions, conferences, and other professional development opportunities.
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Want to slay the day at the Virtual Internship and Job Expo? Learn how to maximize your time with recruiters and make a positive virtual impression at this Career Center Boot Camp.
In this video rewind from 2018, musical director Harun Bonnett and his band presents a night of bacchanal performing big “chunes” of the Caribbean.
Brenda Lau '20 is a Chinese-Panamanian singer/songwriter who won the latest Panamanian version of American Idol, Vive la música 2010 (Batalla de las estrellas). She grew up listening to Canto/Mando-pop and Latin music.
Join fellow Berklee alumni for a break from the music and enjoy an alumni-led yoga session sponsored by L.A.'s Buddha Music Group.
Kim Perlak and Sheryl Bailey, the Guitar Department's chair and assistant chair, are joined by faculty in this welcome concert featuring all guitar styles.
In this video rewind from 2018, Catalan singer Mar Fayos performs her last concert at Berklee College of Music, surrounded by talented friends from all over the world.
Kenny Werner, artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, discusses various topics with special guests such as Victor Wooten, Doug Johnson, Bob Lada, Lincoln Goines, and others. This week's forum will feature experimental jazz vocalist, composer, multi-instrumentalist, dancer, and producer Jen Shyu.
The Career Center's Internship and Job Expo is an exclusive opportunity for students and alumni to network with a diverse mix of employers from across the arts and entertainment industries. Representatives will meet with students and alumni to discuss open internships, full-time and part-time jobs, and freelance work.
In this video rewind from 2018, Joe Musella and his band, along with guest vocalist Chris Cote, perform Led Zeppelin I in its entirety. Select songs from Led Zeppelin IV will also be performed.
Berklee Global Initiatives and Positive Grid team up to offer this free session for musicians, students, and music lovers worldwide.
This alumni panel will feature musical theater content creators.
Josh Hallbauer, vice president of business and operations at S10 Entertainment, will share his insight on songs, publishing, branding strategies, and successful demos.
Louisa Byron is a multigenre violinist/violist and composer for multimedia. She is currently studying film scoring and violin performance with minors in conducting and video game scoring at Berklee College of Music.
Kenny Werner, artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, discusses various topics with special guests such as Victor Wooten, Doug Johnson, Bob Lada, Lincoln Goines, and others.
Want to learn about what it takes to be a Grammy-winning hip-hop producer? Submit your questions to Che Pope to find out.
In the second installment of our Charlie Parker tribute, musicologist Lewis Porter will compare and contrast Parker's solos of the 1940s with those of the '50s. He will also show video of Parker, including some little-known silent film clips.
Michael Franti is a globally recognized musician, humanitarian, activist, and award-winning filmmaker revered for his high-energy live shows, inspiring music, devotion to health and wellness, and worldwide philanthropic efforts.
Berkee in the Round is a series of free performances showcasing Berklee students and is inspired by the intimate performances at the world-famous Bluebird Cafe rounds in Nashville, Tennessee.
Recently Mickey Guyton made history as the first Black woman to perform an original song at the Academy of Country Music Awards. Karen Kosowski has produced the majority of Guyton’s new EP, Bridges (Capitol Records Nashville). “What Are You Gonna Tell Her?” is one of three tracks from the EP that Kosowski also cowrote, and it has received critical national media praise following Guyton’s stunning live performances first at the Country Radio Seminar 2020 (during which Kosowski accompanied her on piano) and then at the internationally televised 2020 Academy of Country Music Awards (during which Keith Urban accompanied her on piano).
In the third installment of our series, Berklee's Woodwind Department Chair Walter Smith III interviews the noted alto saxophonist Charles McPherson about Charlie Parker's influence on his musical career.