On May 10-11, 2013, Berklee celebrated its new alumni, as well as honorary doctors of music Carole King, Annie Lennox, and Willie Nelson.
The Forward Motion, featuring Berklee alumnus drummer Jon Stoltzfus, is a Connecticut-based band that is building its fan base the old-fashioned way.
This Boston-based group of female artists pays respect to tradition while pursuing their artistic vision.
Guitarist David Lee, a 2009 Berklee alumnus, hosts a weekly synesthetic jam session in which figure drawing artists, musicians, and models inspire and react to one another, allowing creativity to transcend typical boundaries.
Nearly two decades after Rhonda Begos left Berklee, vowing never to return to Boston, she visited the campus in late March to tell her story about surviving childhood sexual abuse.
Drummer Jesse Magnuson ’06 and bassist Will Weissman ’08 are the guts and growl of Los Angeles sensation Queen Caveat, which has packed houses at SXSW and the Sunset Strip Music Festival.
Berklee presents one of its most acclaimed alumni with an honorary doctor of music degree.
This Scottish songstress pushes the boundaries of the Celtic harp.
Berklee alumni and faculty were honored with nine Grammy Awards on music’s biggest night for their outstanding contributions to some of last year’s top releases.
Berklee's first mandolin major makes his way in the world.
The composer behind the hit pop sci-fi flick will return to his alma mater for a concert highlighting the Film Scoring Department.
Music law attornery Valerie Lovely '95 makes sure musicians are protected.
Composer Barry Threw '04 fuses technology and virtuosity.
Patricia Abdelnour '97 credits her success to her Berklee education.
A Berklee grad talks about how a non-gamer came to make video games.