Women in Music and BerkleeICE join forces to examine the current status of gender equity across a broad spectrum of women working in the U.S. music industry.
Toki Wright, an internationally recognized MC, producer, writer, radio host, arts diplomat, and community organizer, has been named assistant chair of the Professional Music Department.
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, Professor Felice Pomeranz shares her experiences crafting more inclusive, creative, and sustainable career opportunities for harpists.
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, piano instructor Carlos Vargas talks about his passion for community outreach and the variety of projects he is currently working on, including his recent trip to the Dominican Republic.
In February, Berklee staff and faculty were joined by visiting experts to discuss and showcase work in spatial audio, 360 video, immersive music, WebVR, virtual worlds, simulations, real-time animation, holographics, procedural generation, artificial intelligence, motion capture, robotics, and live performance.
Versatility is key for vocalists, and training across styles helps students prepare for their careers. Christy Turnbow and Michael Hanley, voice faculty at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, embrace this integrated approach in vocal pedagogy.
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, liberal arts faculty member Beth Woodcome Platow speaks about teaching writing to musicians, her own process as a poet, and reads two poems from her debut collection of poetry, Little Myths (National Poetry Review Press).
Berklee hosts its first educational program at BerkleeNYC, the college’s new New York home located in the famed Power Station studios.
A student, an assistant professor from the Harmony Department, and a prominent alumna will perform at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum as part of the RISE concert series this spring.
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, we’ll dip into Dan Moretti's latest album, Invoke,with a listen to “Hymining.” Moretti will be performing more selections from the album on March 7 at the Red Room at Cafe 939, accompanied by Berklee faculty and students.
In this episode of Sounds of Berklee, we’ll hear one of Vadim Neselovskyi’s compositions from his latest album, Get Up and Go. The song, called “On a Bicycle,” is a sample of his dynamic work over the years. Catch him at the upcoming Middle Eastern Festival in the Berklee Performance Center on March 1.
Berklee kicked off its spring 2018 Signature Series show on January 29 with a performance by the Berklee Keys, who dedicated the concert to Rob Rose, the departing vice president for Special Programs.
Retiring Berklee Educator Honored for Decades of Opening Doors for College and High School Musicians
Rob Rose, whose influence was felt by students aspiring to be performers, retires after 50 years at Berklee.
Learn Launch hosted their annual Across Boundaries conference at the Hynes Convention Center. Every year, education professionals, entrepreneurs, K-12 schools and college professors and students come together to engage in speaking panels, explore new technologies and network with other like-minded individuals.
Berklee alumni, including a current associate professor, were recognized across genres at the 60th annual Grammy Awards on Sunday, January 28.
Grammy-winning pianist, composer, and Berklee educator Danilo Pérez recently received multiple honors: Panama's first Victoriano Lorenzo Award and a United States Artists (USA) Fellowship. Grammy-winning trumpeter, composer, and educator Terence Blanchard, a visiting scholar at Berklee, was also named a USA Fellow.
Hundreds of people from the Berklee community have won or been nominated for Grammys. Here five of them share their stories.
The dynamic Bruno Mars ensemble is curated and directed by saxophonist Tia Fuller, a professor and former member of Beyoncé’s band.
Berklee students, faculty, and staff share some of their favorite albums of 2017.
Banjo icon Tony Trischka, who has mentored the likes of Béla Fleck, builds bluegrass knowledge and confidence among students involved in Berklee’s American Roots Music Program.