Berklee's BGJI ambassadors return from a trip to Africa filled with life-changing teaching, performing, and cultural experiences.
Berklee trumpet player Arnetta Johnson receives a major scholarship from Blues Babe Foundation on BET's An Evening of Stars, a celebrity-studded award show sponsored by the United Negro College Fund.
Student bassist Alissia Benveniste is profiled in the Huffington Post.
Driven to pursue their shared passion for music, more than 1,100 new students recently arrived at Berklee with instruments, gear, and dreams in hand.
Berklee summer programs helped teenager Gray Robinson pursue a budding career in music.
Singer and pianist Sarah McKenzie '14 will lead her quintet in two performances at the 57th Monterey Jazz Festival.
Andres Villareal '14, a contemporary writing and production major, wins a competition to develop the soundscape for Natixis Global Asset Management.
Berklee Global Jazz and Music Therapy Students to Travel to Panama for Education, Community Outreach, Performances
Students will travel to Panama August 23-30, 2014.
For her final thesis, Chelsea Southard launched Things Over Time on Boylston Street, open through August 15.
Things Over Time is Chelsea Southard’s senior thesis at Berklee, and the culmination of her residency at Diablo Glass School in Roxbury.
The Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir, as well as the Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors, shine at Newport festivals.
Student Monica Fernandez won the BMI Foundation's 11th annual peermusic Latin Scholarship, a competition for original Latin songs and instrumental compositions.
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.