Berklee’s libraries and learning resources are available to all Berklee students, alumni, faculty, and staff. In addition to traditional library print and electronic material, these resources include personalized research assistance, in-depth technology training, clinics/workshops with leaders in the fields of contemporary music and the performing arts, and more.
Berklee’s Stan Getz Library (a.k.a. “the Getz”) is home to a collection of print and electronic publications, including many music scores, audio and video recordings, major online academic research databases and collections, scholarly journals, popular press periodicals, archives, and more.
Explore the Stan Getz Library site.
The Albert Alphin Library at Boston Conservatory at Berklee offers access to information in a variety of formats in the areas of dance, music, theater, and liberal arts. This includes collected editions of composers’ works, plays and scripts, scores, recordings, electronic databases, periodicals, and more.
Learn more about the Albert Alphin Library.
The Learning Center at Berklee provides training on the technological tools students need to know to thrive in the modern entertainment industry, from software for music sequencing and notation to multimedia production and more, as well as lectures from visiting industry professionals and educators.
Explore the Learning Center site.
With records from Berklee College of Music (established in 1945) and Boston Conservatory (established in 1867), the Berklee Archives preserves and presents history in the fields of popular music and the performing arts. Physical collections are accessible by appointment. Digital collections are available online.
Explore the Berklee Archives.