The Signature Series at Berklee continues with Sun Ra Cosmic Centenary, celebrating the 100th anniversary of one of the most eclectic and electric musicians of the 20th century, Sun Ra.
This year's First Night Boston featured the work of Ben Cantil, a Berklee alumnus and current faculty member of Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. His music played during the 10 minutes leading up to the New Year’s countdown into the first minute of 2014.
Michael Sweet, an associate professor who teaches video game scoring, has seen the gaming grow from a niche market into a $60-billion-a-year industry—and one that needs music.
The artistic director of Berklee's Mediterranean Music Institute collaborates with students and alumni from the Middle East on his latest project.
Legendary jazz bassist and Grammy Award-winner Eddie Gómez was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain. This was the first-ever honorary doctorate granted at the college’s international campus.
Berklee College of Music announces that Paula Cole has joined the college's Voice Department. Cole, a 1990 Berklee graduate, is a Grammy winner and seven-time Grammy nominee who has sold approximately three million albums. She begins her tenure on September 1.
The annual Jazz at the Fort concert brings top Berklee faculty and alumni jazz artists to Marcella Park in Roxbury.
Don Gorder, chair of the music business/management department at Berklee College of Music, joins On Point's Tom Ashbrook for a discussion about Spotify.
In this episode of Inside Berklee, professor David Fiuczynski talks about how Berklee is exploring microtonal harmonies.
The Cape Cod Times spoke to Berklee professor Steve Wilkes, who has recently released three CDs borne from his Hear Cape Cod project, the first audio time capsule of the Cape and islands.
Berklee professors Jetro da Silva '95 and James Kachulis are among the quarterfinalists for the inaugural Grammy Music Educator Award.
USA Today talks to Berklee's Stephen Webber for a story about music education in the digital age.
The American String Teachers Association (ASTA) awarded Berklee's Matt Glaser the prestigious Artist Teacher Award at its annual convention, held this year in Providence, Rhode Island. Glaser is the first non-classical string teacher to win the award, which is considered the ASTA's highest honor.