Join us for a roundtable with Panos A. Panay, senior vice president for Global Strategy and Innovation at Berklee, and R. Michael Hendrix, global design director at IDEO, to discuss their new book, Two Beats Ahead: What Musical Minds Teach Us About Innovation. The event, moderated by Berklee President Roger H. Brown, will also feature Hank Shocklee, legendary hip-hop producer and founding member of Public Enemy, and Berklee music production and engineering professor Susan Rogers, renowned for her work as Prince’s sound engineer and producer.
Kenny Werner will present a lecture/workshop series and lead small group lessons on effortless mastery. His presentations and the Effortless Mastery forums are open to all students, faculty, and staff who wish to attend.
Don't miss the Songwriting Department's annual Songs for Social Change Showcase—this year again in a virtual format. More than 130 submissions were received from Berklee student songwriters from across the school and around the world.
This week Mestizas, which comprises Berklee students Patricia Ligia (Montevideo, Uruguay), Estefania Nuñez Villamandos (Havana, Cuba), Alejandra Gomez (Montevideo, Uruguay), Paloma Gomez Angulo (Seville, Spain), and Esperanza Delgado (Cordoba, Spain), will perform "Habaneras de Cadiz" by Carlos Cano.
In this Video Rewind from 2017, the Qantara Berklee Ensemble performs a program that brings various musical traditions together by fusing Arab musical heritage with the contemporary sensibilities of postmodern jazz.
Tonight, we celebrate Berklee's 75th anniversary with a virtual performance from each area of the institution: Berklee College of Music; Boston Conservatory at Berklee; Berklee Online; the campuses in Valencia, Spain, and New York City; and the center in Abu Dhabi. Students, alumni, and faculty will share their talents as performers, producers, writers, designers, and artists.
Vocalist Autumn Pryor shares her favorite songs from different genres from her time before and after coming to Berklee. Join Pryor for her senior recital as she celebrates her Berklee journey coming to an end.
Seventeen extraordinary senior musical theater dance emphasis students share their talents and experiences through a video performance capturing their work and transformations during their time in “dance emph.”