A. R. Rahman, the Grammy- and Academy Award-winning composer for films such as Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours, encourages Berklee students to experiment with Indian music.
The Boston Business Journal lauds Berklee for its financial well-being at a time when other colleges are struggling.
After a long run on Broadway as a conductor, music director, and music supervisor, associate professor Eric Stern seems to be exactly where he wants to be now.
Music industry royalty gathered at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles in September for the awarding of a Berklee honorary doctorate to recording engineer Al Schmitt, and to mark the 25th anniversary of Berklee today magazine.
The 14th annual Beantown Jazz Festival brings more than 60,000 fans out into Boston's South End for a packed day of eclectic music, food, and fun.
Berklee has appointed world-class pianist/composer and alumnus Kenny Werner artistic director of the college's Performance Wellness Institute (PWI), a new program that helps students develop and maintain healthy performances practices.
The Checkout - Live at Berklee, series continues on November 5, with saxophonist and composer Uri Gurvich.
At the eighth annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium, acclaimed rapper Talib Kweli offered advice to the upcoming generation of hip-hop hopefuls.
Renowned Grammy- and Academy Award–winning composer and musician A. R. Rahman has surrounded himself with talented people, including Berklee alumni.
Berklee and Fusion, the cable and digital network launched by Disney/ABC and Univision, are collaborating on a docu-series and film scoring projects.
Berklee's BGJI ambassadors return from a trip to Africa filled with life-changing teaching, performing, and cultural experiences.
Berklee trumpet player Arnetta Johnson receives a major scholarship from Blues Babe Foundation on BET's An Evening of Stars, a celebrity-studded award show sponsored by the United Negro College Fund.
Sean Hagon, a Berklee alumnus and an accomplished educator, composer, and conductor with years of experience in the film, television, video game, and advertising industries, is named chair of professional music.
The 15th annual Latin Grammy Award nominees include an educator and alumni.
October 8 begins the fourth year of the popular concert broadcast series featuring prominent New York-based Berklee alumni.
The Boston Herald highlights a new Berklee class of female artists pursuing edgy pop sounds—Betty Who, Karmin, Kiesza, and Radclyffe Hall.
Patty Anne Miller '10 has found success in Los Angeles after dedicating herself to her drumming.
WCVB Channel 5 previews the 2014 Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival.