The Berklee Global Jazz Institute is a diverse group of musicians from across the globe that encourage one another to wield one's own unique sonic vocabulary and, often, instruments that are unusual to the jazz genre.
Violinist and songwriter Rhett Price's first record, Kesha's Mom, defies genre classification and debuts at number 10 on the iTunes Alternative EP chart.
Students, musicians, and filmmakers united for the launch of the Take Me to the River Education Initiative at the World Famous Apollo Theater on February 12.
Santander Bank, N.A. will provide scholarships for Berklee students to study abroad at the college's campus in Valencia, Spain.
Berklee will present famed jazz promoter Fred Taylor with the college's first ever George Wein Impresario Award on Wednesday, March 11, at Scullers Jazz Club.
BerkleeICE founding managing director Panos Panay speaks to Entrepreneur about preparing a company for acquisition.
Hear Tim Westergren talk about the beginnings of Pandora and his commonalities with Berklee students: jazz pianist, composer, audio producer and engineer, and film scorer.
Rebecca Cline, a pianist and professor of ensembles, shares a playlist of Latin music and stories from her time living and performing in Brazil, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
Pandora founder Tim Westergren shares insights on the ups and downs of the entrepreneurial path with Berklee music business/management students.
Montse Carty ’04, artist programs manager at Pandora, shares her story and offers advice to Berklee students.
Berklee presents its 10th annual SXSW Party: Boston and Beyond on Thursday, March 19, 12:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., at Brush Square Park West Tent in Austin, Texas.
Berklee's finest student and faculty singers and instrumentalists perform music from The Lion King, Frozen, Aladdin, Toy Story, Peter Pan, Davy Crockett, Beauty and the Beast, Mary Poppins, Cinderella, Toy Story, and more.
Quinn Bachand, an immensely talented 18-year-old multi-instrumentalist, keeps a demanding touring schedule while taking a full load of courses at Berklee.
This winter's rash of storms has upended the MBTA, class schedules, and routines. But it hasn't stopped Berklee students from doing what they do best: making and recording music.
A Mexican-American singer-songwriter and her band step up with a song marrying indie rock and electronic sounds.
Twelve Berklee alumni, including faculty member Terri Lyne Carrington '83, were honored with 14 Grammy Awards on music's biggest night for their outstanding contributions to some of last year's top releases,
Just months after the band Haerts released its first studio album, one its songs was chosen as the music for the new Jennifer Aniston movie, Cake.
The Boston Herald premiered a video featuring a mashup of four 2015 Album of the Year contenders arranged and performed by students.
NAMM's She Rocks Awards honors Berklee women. Guitar World magazine tells the story of this sold-out event.