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.
Listen to a tune from an international group of musicians whose work is steeped in Latin rhythms, jazz, and a quest to create uncompromisingly original compositions.
Irma Seleman, is a vocalist from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, who is studying performance and contemporary writing and production.
Listen to a tune from We Avalanche, a trio influenced by noise, pop, and old-time.
Kamilla Pluzhnikova says that after the Five-Week Program, she will return to Russia with the confidence and inspiration to pursue her dreams in music.
A group of Berklee students travels to Zambia to support and promote music education there.
The Greenway Sessions, a part of Berklee Summer in the City, presented by Natixis Global Asset Management, continues with concerts through August 30, weather permitting.
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.
For four Saturdays in August, up-and-coming Berklee musicians will perform free concerts at Carson Beach, a part of Berklee Summer in the City, presented by Natixis Global Asset Management.
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.