Berklee alumna and singer-songwriter Anita Antoinette ’11 is one of 10 competitors remaining on NBC’s hit performance show The Voice.
Raising almost $2 million, the 20th annual Berklee Encore Gala finds countless ways to bring the voices of underserved youth to the forefront.
Once a goat farmer in central New York state, singer-songwriter Matt Nakoa ’06 has established himself as a folk music up-and-comer.
Jazz drummer Antonio Sanchez '97 is the man behind the score for the new film Birdman.
Vanyaland, media sponsor of Boston and Beyond: Berklee's CMJ Music Marathon Showcase, put together a compilation of live performances from the event.
Meet online degree student J.R. Mina, an aspiring music producer and DJ who began his Berklee studies in a free Coursera MOOC.
Music industry royalty gathered at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles in September for the awarding of a Berklee honorary doctorate to recording engineer Al Schmitt, and to mark the 25th anniversary of Berklee today magazine.
The 14th annual Beantown Jazz Festival brings more than 60,000 fans out into Boston's South End for a packed day of eclectic music, food, and fun.
While in town for the play Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner at the Huntington Theatre, actor and Berklee Online student Malcolm-Jamal Warner stopped by Berklee to talk and jam with Bass Department chair Steve Bailey.
The Checkout - Live at Berklee, series continues on November 5, with saxophonist and composer Uri Gurvich.
Renowned Grammy- and Academy Award–winning composer and musician A. R. Rahman has surrounded himself with talented people, including Berklee alumni.
Berklee and Fusion, the cable and digital network launched by Disney/ABC and Univision, are collaborating on a docu-series and film scoring projects.
The 15th annual Latin Grammy Award nominees include an educator and alumni.
October 8 begins the fourth year of the popular concert broadcast series featuring prominent New York-based Berklee alumni.
Patty Anne Miller '10 has found success in Los Angeles after dedicating herself to her drumming.
Only a few years out of Berklee, Kata Kozma ’11 got a big break after an evening involving a Budapest jazz club, a big-time Hollywood producer, and an irrefusable offer.
Classical pianist Kirill Gerstein will teach at two of Boston’s prestigious music schools—Berklee, his alma mater, and the Boston Conservatory. This is the first joint appointment between both institutions.
Fraser T. Smith, who's worked with musicians such as Adele and Sam Smith, credits his Berklee Online courses with helping him to fine-tune his production skills.