Berklee faculty host a full-day symposium of discussion, workshops, and software demos under the umbrella of, “Women, Technology, and Creativity.”
A quintet of Berklee students and recent graduates give the sophisticated concertgoers at the Monterey Jazz Festival something to remember.
Berklee student Davey Thomas Ronaldo, who recently performed with acclaimed group Pink Martini at Symphony Hall, quenches his thirst for adventures in music.
BostInno catches up with Panos Panay and Berklee's Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship.
American jazz and R&B vocalist Ledisi visited Berklee from November 11 to 12 for a performance and to conduct clinics.
The Boston Globe previews Vulnerable: A Marvin Gaye Tribute.
An accomplished singer, songwriter, DJ and producer, Aruna is a well known EDM singer and a fixture on the international dance circuit.
Legendary Peruvian singer-songwriter and Grammy-winner Susana Baca performed at the Berklee Performance Center, backed by a 30-piece student band, on November 13.
Meghan Stabile '06 returns to Boston with an orchestral performance of Marvin Gaye's album Vulnerable at the Berklee Performance Center.
Three alumni win Latin Grammy Awards.
For the second straight year, Berklee is in the top three of the Hollywood Reporter's top 25 music schools in the country.
Berklee Online offers three new bachelor's degree programs: electronic music production and sound design; composition for visual media; and music studies.
The Boston Globe features jazz pianist and alumnus Kenny Werner, who was recently appointed artistic director of Berklee's Performance Wellness Institute.
Alumna Meghan Stabile is the force behind a new recording from Otis Brown III.
From the lemonade stand to the CEO's chair, Diane Hessan offered her story and gave her advice on entrepreneurial success during November's Creative Entrepreneurs Lecture Series at Berklee.
The BerkleeICE students behind the music app Beatlist competed at the recent MIT Beantown Throwdown startup event.
Years before Meghan Trainor was all about that bass and dominating the charts, she was a Cape Cod teenager spending her summers working on her craft at Berklee.
Berklee alumna and singer-songwriter Anita Antoinette ’11 is one of 10 competitors remaining on NBC’s hit performance show The Voice.
Kobalt will provide a grant to fund Berklee’s Rethink Music initiative and a student-led study on new ideas for global music licensing. The partnership also includes an annual $10,000 scholarship for songwriting majors at Berklee.
Raising almost $2 million, the 20th annual Berklee Encore Gala finds countless ways to bring the voices of underserved youth to the forefront.