Listen to a poignant tune from a student singer-songwriter.
For Gerami Groover, enrolling in the Music Technology Innovation graduate program at Berklee’s Valencia, Spain campus has been a capstone to her Berklee trajectory.
Berklee College of Music, Boston Harbor Island Alliance, and the Boston Harbor National Park have joined forces again to bring up-and-coming Berklee students and alumni to historic Fort Warren on Georges Island for free live performances in July and August.
Student composers and orchestra musicians provide a new take on a silent classic, Harold Lloyd's Safety Last!
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra will perform an original score to the Harold Lloyd classic Safety Last! on Martha's Vineyard.
For the first time in the college’s history, prospective students have the opportunity to earn a Berklee bachelor’s degree from anywhere in the world. In September 2014, Berklee Online will launch its inaugural online Bachelor of Professional Studies degree.
Esther Rojas, a fifth-semester CWP major, talks about working with stars at the Latin Grammys and jamming at the Monterey Jazz Festival.
Listen to a tune from an eclectic student-led group performing in Berklee's Summer in the City series.
Berklee’s student-run a cappella group won first prize in the 2014 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, the result of much hard work and an openness to learning from one another.
Guitarist Jimmy Page delivered the commencement address to the Berklee graduating class of 2014. Page, Valerie Simpson, Geri Allen, and Thara Memory received honorary degrees.
Learn all about Berklee's graduating class, from home countries to popular instruments.
Listen to "Backwards," from Arielle Vakni, a singer-songwriter from California graduating from Berklee in 2014.
The undergraduate class of 2014 came to Berklee from 66 countries across six continents and 43 U.S. states and demonstrated that differences of language, place, and culture are no match for the unifying force of music.
FUSION Vol. 4—now available in eBook format—features work from Berklee students, staff, and faculty, as well as artists with global reputations.
Student Clifton Williams will receive $5,000, and his song will be played every week at Harlem's iconic Apollo Theater.
NPR's music tastemaker Bob Boilen declares student Usman Riaz's musicianship simply astonishing. In this Tiny Desk Concert, Riaz dazzles on guitar, piano, and harmonica.
Berklee student Clifton Williams's song might replace the tune the theater has used for 80 years on amateur night.
Berklee student Marco Perfetti, a singer-songwriter from Italy, has been selected to perform with his band Perfect Mark at Toronto's Canadian Music Week.
A year after the Boston Marathon bombings, a song penned by a Berklee student and an alumnus—and newly arranged by an alumnus—is among the artistic tributes as Boston reflects on the anniversary of that terrible day.