Berklee students and faculty members in the Performance and Ensemble departments have been hard at work over the summer, preparing music for final performances in a wide range of genres, including electric and acoustic jazz, world music, soul, Latin, metal, and R&B, just to name a few.
Berklee and the Newport Festivals Foundation have created the Berklee Gobal Jazz Workshop at the Newport Jazz Festival for summer 2016, and registration opens October 1.
Berklee bands land slots in North America’s premier summer concert festivals, including South by Southwest (SXSW), Bonnaroo, Lollapalooza, Boston Calling, Osheaga, and the Lowell Summer Music Series.
In June 2015, Berklee Online welcomed nearly 100 of its students to the Boston campus for the inaugural Berklee Onsite music conference.
The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra will premiere the score composed by eight of Berklee's student film composers as part of Berklee's signature concert series.
Richard Ortner, president of Boston Conservatory, and Roger H. Brown, president of Berklee, speak with host Anthly Brooks on the daily news program Radio Boston about the proposed merger of the two institutions.
This summer, student acts from Berklee's Heavy Rotation Records (HRR) will hit one of the main stages at major summer festivals including Lollapalooza in Chicago, and Osheaga in Montreal.
The Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir will perform at the Newport Folk Festival on July 26.
After a national contest organized by BerkleeICE and beIN SPORTS, Cordelia and the Buffalo's song "7th Sea" became the offical beIN SPORTS Anthem for Copa America.
The BGJI performed for local students and hosted workshops in Newport, Rhode Island, to fulfill its mission of using jazz to build communities, provide mentorship, and live up to its mantra of “with talent comes responsibility.”
Berklee will visit Bolivia for the first time as part of the Berklee World Tour, where the college holds live audition and interview (A&I) events for musicians interested in studying at the college. A group of current Berklee students will also lead clinics and workshops, and perform concerts with local musicians.
This past March, a handful of Berklee faculty and staff took 21 students on a four-day, music industry-intensive trip to Atlanta, Georgia, marking the fifth anniversary of this annual immersion experience.
Over the course of four days during spring break, 21 Berklee students were given unique access to both new and veteran titans of the music industry in Atlanta, Georgia.
Startup Lab students Thomas Chardin and Alexander Bercow take their product a step forward by entering BerkleeICE's new Incubator.
Music, sports, and technology find their home together in a new web platform created by BerkleeICE and beIN Sports for Copa America.
The Berklee Global Jazz Institute doesn’t simply turn out talented musicians, it develops musical ambassadors, unique players with enough compassion and practical knowledge to understand that the music they play can transform lives and better the global community.
SaraMarie Bottaro and Ryohei Takatsuchi are making tracks with their startup, Dancing Rabbits Publications, an alternative publication house.
In her You Matter tour, student Casey McQuillen combines musical performance with candid reflections to drive home her anti-bullying message with middle and high school students.
A trio of talented sisters from Monterey, Mexico, is looking to Berklee’s Summer Programs to amplify its heavy metal sound.