Saturdays in both July and August, up-and-coming Berklee musicians will perform free concerts at Georges Island, a part of Berklee Summer in the City, presented by Natixis Global Asset Management.
Berkleegroove.com staff posted a callout on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for the best summer jams and paired the responses with their own favorites to create a collaborative playlist that can be accessed through Spotify.
The Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir stuns the crowd at the Newport Folk Festival with a powerful 45-minute set on the festival's main stage.
Students will perform an array of musical styles after work every Thursday through September 5 at Kendall Square's Cambridge Center Plaza.
Students will perform an array of jazz styles at the Wakefield Public Library for free outdoor summer concerts on Thursdays at 6:00 p.m throughout August 29.
Several up-and-coming Berklee College of Music student and alumni acts were selected to perform at Outside the Box, Boston’s new performing arts festival taking place from July 13 to 20.
Listen to a tune from a student-led band whose sound relies on powerful vocals and creative use of electronics.
Vancouver musicians Elise Boeur and Natasha Pheko have been awarded the prestigious Slaight Family Scholarship, established by Gary Slaight, for study at Boston's Berklee College of Music. Both of this year's scholars—Boeur, a fiddler who has studied and performed in Ireland and Norway, and Pheko, a vocalist who studied at the Sarah McLachlan School of Music—will attend Berklee, the world's largest college of contemporary music, this September.
Students are encouraged to apply to the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, a performance program designed to foster creativity and musicianship through various musical disciplines. The program's artistic director is world-renowned pianist Danilo Perez.
Berklee College of Music student bassist Esther Rojas, a native of Barranquilla, Colombia, leads the Berklee Rhythm Collective on a two-week trip to her home country to teach and perform. The program is sponsored by the Colombo-Americano Bi-National Center (BNC) of the U.S. Embassy’s Cultural Affairs Office.
Cellist and singer-songwriter Eric Law talks about his conversion from a classical to an old-time musician.
Daniel Woods, a professional music major, is getting a taste of a variety of disciplines at Berklee as he prepares to put out an EP and forge a career in the industry.
Listen to a tune from a Berklee student vocalist from Kenya who will lead her international group in three shows this summer.
Acclaimed jazz pianist Cyrus Chestnut is teaming up with students from his alma mater, Berklee College of Music, for upcoming concerts in New York City and at the D.C. Jazz Festival.
Superstar K, South Korea's most popular television talent show, is visiting Psy's alma mater, Berklee College of Music, hoping to discover the next K-pop star.
Berklee student composer and pianist Yakir Arbib recently developed a piece for the Kennedy Center. In this video, he performs and discusses how Berklee has helped to give shape to his creative abilities.
"My primary goal as a writer is to make people feel something, and to make people analyze their lives," he said. Music, for him, is a great tool "to give people relief, to give people joy—just to spread stories."
Toni Garza fell in love with teaching music while back in her home state of Texas and came to Berklee to pursue that dream.
Kyle Oppenheimer, an electronic production and design major in Berklee’s current graduating class, recently received the 2013 Male Athlete of the Year award for Emerson College.
Berklee’s new 16-story building under construction at 160 Massachusetts Avenue is doubling as a teaching tool, with students observing design and construction in real time.