Listen to an original, "I've Learned to Love Me," by bassist and composer Selah Poitier.
Career-minded Berklee students gathered in the college’s David Friend Recital Hall on Saturday, April 2 to meet with potential employers and to garner valuable career advice from music professionals, many of them Berklee alumni.
A student majoring in musical theater at the Boston Conservatory finds an outlet for her love of pop music and broadcasting at the Berklee Internet Radio Network.
WBUR's The Artery attended Berklee's student-led Diversity in the Music Industry 2016 conference.
Check out photos and audio from Berklee's annual SXSW party featuring performances by alumni and students.
Four Berklee students made a strong debut at South by Southwest 2016, not on stage, but as marketing coaches to start-up teams in South by Southwest's first Music Incubator.
Bolivian student Luis Gamarra recently brought 50 musicians and dancers—from Berklee and The Boston Conservatory—together in Berklee’s Shames Family Scoring Stage to record the song "Yo Soy Inmigrante"—a heartfelt tribute to the immigrant experience in America.
Megadeth pops in on a rehearsal by Berklee's Megadeth Ensemble.
Singer-songwriter Jason Isbell and producer Dave Cobb, both multi-Grammy-winners, record a new song at RCA Nashville as Berklee students watch and learn.
When he's not on the field, professional football player Ben Grubbs studies music theory and piano online with Berklee.
Berklee alumni working in the Nashville music industry reach out to the next generation of Berklee students, who are visiting for their spring break to learn from Music City's pros.
Berklee student blogger Grace Mann speaks about her experience studying abroad at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain.
Seventeen-year-old bassist and composer Max Schwartz came to the Five-Week Summer Performance Program to further his skills and discovered a world of new influences.
Berklee hosts its 11th annual party at the SXSW music and media conference in Austin, Texas, featuring up-and-coming alumni and student artists.
In interdisciplinary arts experiments, students from Berklee and The Boston Conservatory—whose institutions have agreed to merge—demonstrate that they have already begun doing so.
In this episode of Inside Berklee, student Zaid Tabani talks about his journey as a rapper, and the peaks and valleys that led him to the release of his new record, Bos Angeles.
Heavy Rotation Records takes over the Sinclair with the release of Dorm Sessions 11.