Charlie Puth '13 is a 23-year-old songwriter and performer who has recently been signed to Atlantic Records and who has scored a No. 1 song on Billboard’s Hot 100, a slew of popular YouTube videos, and an EP in the works.
Jazz pianist and composer Mina Yu '12, a native of Korea now based in New York, releases her debut album Papa's Records.
Listen to live performances from Berklee's SXSW Party: Boston and Beyond.
The Gregorio Uribe Big Band is a 16-piece orchestra that blends cumbia and other Colombian rhythms with the powerful sound and arrangements of a high-intensity large ensemble.
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.
Santander Bank, N.A. will provide grants for Berklee students to study abroad at the college's campus in Valencia, Spain.
BerkleeICE founding managing director Panos Panay speaks to Entrepreneur about preparing a company for acquisition.
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.
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.
Kirby Lauryen '09 has written songs for some of the biggest names in the industry, including Kayne West and Paul McCartney.
Score producer Teese Gohl ’81 discusses his work on Selma, the Oscar-nominated film about the historic 1965 voting rights march led by Martin Luther King Jr.
When violinist and educator Oriol Saña returned to Berklee last month from his native Barcelona, his overarching goal was to build a bridge between the two cities and connect Berklee with like-minded institutions from Spain.
Efforts from Berklee alumni dominated the Boston Globe's list of the best jazz albums of 2014, taking seven out of the ten spots.