Three Berklee alumni were awarded four 2014 Emmy Awards.
Alumnus Benny Grotto '05 has some mandatory fun in engineering gig with Weird Al Yankovic.
Berklee alumna and indie pop singer-songwriter Betty Who, once a student in Berklee’s Five-Week Summer Performance Program herself, returns to share advice with current summer students.
Twelve Berklee alumni are nominated for 14 Primetime Emmy Awards, including nominations for composers Alan Silvestri '70 (COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey) and Ramin Djawadi '98 (Game of Thrones).
Berklee alumna Lisa Occhino launches SongwriterLink, a songwriting collaboration platform that uses matching engine technology to help users find exactly the type of songwriters they’re seeking for collaborations.
With nearly 60 million YouTube views, Kiesza's "Hideaway" has gone superviral.
On June 13, 2014, hundreds of Berklee alumni came together to perform—and to watch their classmates perform—at the college’s first alumni reunion concert.
Berklee is deeply entrenched in Brooklyn's fertile music scene as alumni artists, engineers, and venue owners have been steadily establishing a strong foothold in this hub for the better part of a decade, especially in the Greenpoint and Williamsburg neighborhoods.
Melissa Etheridge '80 Talks to Berklee about Performing with the Pops, Activism, and Being "in Your Truth"
Melissa Etheridge '80, H'06 talks about performing with the Boston Pops, lessons she learned at Berklee, the importance of being "in your truth," and her activism.
Berklee alumni returned to their old musical stomping grounds in Boston for the first-ever alumni reunion in the college’s 69-year history, on the weekend of June 13, 2014.
Singer, songwriter, family woman, and entrepreneur, 2004 alumna Lindsey Grey has done it all.
Brockton native Mike Flanagan ’08 finds success as a saxophonist, arranger, and songwriting producer.
Guitarist Angie Swan '05 and drummer Didi Negron ‘09 are cast members of one of Cirque Du Soleil’s newest touring shows, Amaluna.
Great Caesar creates lushly-arranged indie rock with metric tons of heart.
An award-winning vocalist, pianist, composer, and recent Berklee graduate from Australia demonstrates why Downbeat believes she is an artist "already in full possession of an individualistic voice."
These songwriters collaborated with each other via the internet before coming to Berklee to join forces with a host of musicians.
Kaliné Akinkugbe '13 wrote "Bring Them Home" to spread awareness about the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls in her native Nigeria.
After posting a video on YouTube, Arturo Cardelús got an email from a first violinist at possibly the best philharmonic in the world, suggesting that they work together.