Rebecca Cline, a pianist and professor of ensembles, shares a playlist of Latin music and stories from her time living and performing in Brazil, Cuba, and Puerto Rico.
This year marked the 25th year of Berklee Teachers on Teaching (BTOT)—a distinctly Berklee approach to kicking off the spring semester.
BerkleeICE founding managing director is named one of Boston's leading educational innovators at BostonInno's "50 on Fire" awards ceremony.
Berklee faculty host a full-day symposium of discussion, workshops, and software demos under the umbrella of, “Women, Technology, and Creativity.”
BerkleeICE's Panos Panay offers advice on choosing board members in a recent feature from Entrepreneur.com.
George S. Clinton, chair of Berklee's Film Scoring Department, talks about his approach to film scoring, why he fell in love with it, and what essential ability film scorers need to have.
In a recent Strings Magazine profile, contributor Rory Williams writes that David “Doc” Wallace, Berklee’s new String Department chair, “pairs perfectly” with Berklee, “an institution that pioneered and continues to lead contemporary strings education.”
On a mission to create the world’s foremost songwriting curriculum, Berklee Songwriting Department chair Bonnie Hayes emphasizes inclusive tools as opposed to rigid rules.
After a long run on Broadway as a conductor, music director, and music supervisor, associate professor Eric Stern seems to be exactly where he wants to be now.
Jonathan Bailey Holland, associate professor of composition at Berklee College of Music, talks to New York Times contributor William Robin about why black composers remain on the outskirts of classical music.
Berklee has named internationally acclaimed composer and trumpeter Sean Jones chair of the college’s Brass Department.
A Venuezuelan faculty member headlines in Berklee's Tito Puente Latin Music Series.
With extensive music industry experience, Berklee associate professor Andrea Johnson has a talent for engaging students in experiential music business learning.
Financial Times reviews concert byt the Children of the Light trio composed of BGJI faculty and visiting artists.
Renowned bassist John Patitucci, one of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute faculty, said of the institute: “It’s the most fun I’ve ever had teaching in my life.”
Berklee's Global Jazz Forum, taught by Danilo Pérez, was one of 10 college classes featured by the New York Times as "courses that are not just a credit but an event."
BerkleeICE founding managing director Panos Panay sat down with MIT's Ken Zolot at last month's Boston Music Tech Fest to discuss entrepreneurship in the classroom.
The New York Times features the Berklee Global Jazz Insitute course "Global Jazz Forum" as one of its "Ten Courses with a Twist."
Professor Bill Banfield, founder and director of Berkee's Africana Studies Program, talks about his group, the Jazz Urbane, its debut CD, and the spirit of mentorship the project fosters.
The Jazz Urbane, the Berklee-based group established by the college’s Africana Studies leader, Bill Banfield, premieres work from its latest album at Scullers Jazz Club with special guest Tia Fuller. The album was guided by the late Grammy-winning executive producer George Duke.