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.
Brockton native Mike Flanagan ’08 finds success as a saxophonist, arranger, and songwriting producer.
Singer, songwriter, family woman, and entrepreneur, 2004 alumna Lindsey Grey has done it all.
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.
Ron Poster is the man in the box for the Boston Bruins.
Composer and producer Alyosha Barreiro ’01 creates electronic music on both sides of the Atlantic.
Alumnus Alyosha Barreiro '01 offers his syndicated radio show as a special gift to Air Alumni, Berklee's all-alumni radio station on the BIRN.
Arc Iris brings a classically orchestral approach to indie folk.
Friends, family, and bandmates of guitarist Shane Gibson '03 have rallied together to name a scholarship in his honor.
Evolfo Doofeht tours nationally with its signature blend of funk, soul, and gypsy jazz.
This talented and tenacious songwriter has a knack for creating his own opportunities.
Most performers have had nightmares about bombing in front of a panel of celebrity judges, but for one Berklee alumna it was a dream come true.
Alumnus Ryan O’Connor '06 is spearheading an effort to change the way we do business at live shows.
The women of King are winning fans throughout the music industry–fans like Erykah Badu, ?uestlove, and Prince–with the electro-soul they write, perform, and produce themselves.