BerkleeICE and Rethink Music's Allen Bargfrede weighs in on why Youtube is still the most popular music streaming site.
BerkleeICE's Panos Panay was interviewed by WBUR in a quest to find out what music will sound like in the future.
Larry Watson talks about his work at Harvard, the resilient messages of African-American music, and the power of shedding light on secrets.
Listen to a track from the latest release issued by Berklee's brass chair.
Bill Elliott, a professor in Berklee's Contemporary Writing and Production Department, won a Tony Award this June for his orchestration work on An American in Paris.
USA Today speaks to Panos Panay, BerkleeICE founding managing director, about what the future holds for music graduates.
Berklee Interdisciplinary Arts Institute artistic director Neil Leonard doesn’t miss an opportunity to embark on—and learn from—new interdisciplinary adventures.
USA Book News recently recognized Berklee Press in the 2015 International Book Awards, with four titles receiving honors.
Berklee was honored by the University Professional and Continuing Education Association (UPCEA) at its 100th annual conference in Washington, D.C.
NPR's All Songs Considered held a listening party at Berklee on April 22. The evening, held at the Red Room at Cafe 939, featured a panel of guests including Susan Rogers, associate professor of music production and engineering.
TEDx Berklee Valencia catches up with BerkleeICE founder and managing director, Panos Panay, a year after he spoke at the inaugural Valencia TEDx event in 2014.
John Kellogg, assistant chair of Music Business/Management, joined a panel of guests to discuss the impact of the "Blurred Lines" verdict.
The Berklee Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship’s (BerkleeICE) inaugural Creative Catalyst event brought together world-renowned scientists and Berklee chairs to discuss the commonalities between art, science, and the entrepreneurial mind.
Digital Trends recently spoke with Panos Panay to explore the aims of BerkleeICE and how the institute can evolve to promote change in the music industry.
Berklee presented famed jazz promoter Fred Taylor with the first-ever George Wein Impresario Award.
For three decades, Berklee professor and acclaimed author Pat Pattison has helped demystify the music business for the students who travel with him on the annual Berklee trip to Nashville.
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.