The Shills, featuring MP&E grads Dave Sicilian '06 and James Zaner '06, have been a leading force in the Boston rock scene for a decade.
For rising country star Lindsay Ell, Berklee Online's ease of access allowed her to get the Berklee experience from the road.
For the fourth year in a row, Berklee alumni are nominated in the top three Grammy Award categories.
The Boston Globe reports on actor David Duchovny's recent visit to Berklee to discuss his new foray into music.
Americana band The Hello Strangers, comprised of Berklee grad Larissa Chace Smith and her sister, Brechyn Chace, release its debut album this year on Nashville's IMI Records.
Alumnus Brad Madix '84 handles sound for Jack White.
An accomplished singer, songwriter, DJ and producer, Aruna is a well known EDM singer and a fixture on the international dance circuit.
Meghan Stabile '06 returns to Boston with an orchestral performance of Marvin Gaye's album Vulnerable at the Berklee Performance Center.
Three alumni win Latin Grammy Awards.
Berklee Online offers three new bachelor's degree programs: electronic music production and sound design; composition for visual media; and music studies.
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.