In response to the college's announcement of its new Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE), the Boston Globe interiews ICE director and Berklee alumnus and Sonicbids founder Panos Panay.
Berklee alumnus and Sonicbids founder Panos Panay discusses his decision to return to Berklee as the head of the college's new Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE).
When multi-Grammy winner Carole King takes the stage at the MusiCares Person of the Year ceremony in her honor, she will be accompanied on one song by Berklee student Ahmad El Haggar from Egypt.
Student Evan Chapman orchestrates an impromptu performance of "O Holy Night" at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.
Jorel Corpus is proud of the new album he compiled for typhoon relief, but even prouder to lend a hand to his home country.
Professional music major Grace Gibson learns how to balance her studies with one in the professional world as she takes on her first movie role.
Berklee students and faculty collaborate in a performance with a legendary video game composer.
Berklee’s new independent record label, is in the business of signing established artists and enlisting students and alumni to engineer the albums.
With influences ranging from Steve Reich to Radiohead, a French vibraphone student leads a jazz group with a fresh and innovative sound.
Luke Niccoli and Tiffany Chan take first and third places in the John Lennon Scholarship songwriting competition for tracks that explore pursuing one's dream.
Berklee's seventh annual Hip-Hop /Urban Music Symposium connected students with a panel of industry professionals who advised aspiring artists to stay true to themselves and gain an understanding of all aspects of the business.
Berklee’s Musical Theater Club presents Footloose: The Musical.
Berklee's new indpendent record label gives student engineers experience in record making; birnCORE celebrates the label launch at Cafe 939 on October 17.
Student Evan Chapman presents the Loft Sessions, a video series featuring his arrangements of student and alumni tunes, to provide a dynamic platform for them to share their work.
Berklee hosts 19 educational partners from contemporary music schools, colleges, and universities around the world for a two-day summit to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Berklee International Network (BIN). The BIN Summit culminates with a concert on October 16 featuring alumni and former BIN students.
Listen to some of Berklee's best student jazz musicians on this track from the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.
Dream Theater, the Grammy-nominated progressive metal band that formed in 1985 at Berklee College of Music, is collaborating with 21-year-old Berklee student Eren Basbug on its new, self-titled album—the group's 12th—out September 24.
Music therapy major Seneca Block found his calling after a chance encounter with a piano during his mother's chemotherapy.
Listen to an original composition from a student singer-songwriter steeped in bluegrass, contemporary folk, and American roots music.
The Berklee Global Jazz Institute brings Coltrane's rarely Performed Interstellar Space to Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola and the Monterey Jazz Festival. With Joeo Lovano, six students will perform the challenging piece in New York on September 16 and in Monterey on September 20.