With talent comes responsibility. That's the message the Berklee Global Jazz Institute delivers as it travels around the world—including a recent visit to Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain—performing, collaborating, volunteering, and effecting social change.
Alumnus Alyosha Barreiro '01 offers his syndicated radio show as a special gift to Air Alumni, Berklee's all-alumni radio station on the BIRN.
Israeli duo talYtali will feature special Berklee musicians at a performance at the Kennedy Center on April 26, at 6:00 p.m. The performance will be webcast live at Kennedy-Center.org.
Composer and producer Alyosha Barreiro ’01 creates electronic music on both sides of the Atlantic.
NPR's music tastemaker Bob Boilen declares student Usman Riaz's musicianship simply astonishing. In this Tiny Desk Concert, Riaz dazzles on guitar, piano, and harmonica.
Approximately two dozen Berklee music business/management majors discussed issues of ethics with an accomplished cross-section of the music industry during the latest installment of the Envisioning 21st Century Music Business Models series.
Berklee student Clifton Williams's song might replace the tune the theater has used for 80 years on amateur night.
Arc Iris brings a classically orchestral approach to indie folk.
Friends, family, and bandmates of guitarist Shane Gibson '03 have rallied together to name a scholarship in his honor.
Berklee student Marco Perfetti, a singer-songwriter from Italy, has been selected to perform with his band Perfect Mark at Toronto's Canadian Music Week.
Evolfo Doofeht tours nationally with its signature blend of funk, soul, and gypsy jazz.
A year after the Boston Marathon bombings, a song penned by a Berklee student and an alumnus—and newly arranged by an alumnus—is among the artistic tributes as Boston reflects on the anniversary of that terrible day.
In his new role as VP for education outreach and social entrepreneurship, Lee Whitmore will preside over the Berklee City Music program in Boston and 46 network sites across the country.
Alumnus Evan Chapman '13 talks about how he approached arranging student Ben Johnston and alumnus Jordan Lucero's song about the Boston Marathon bombings.
This talented and tenacious songwriter has a knack for creating his own opportunities.
Most performers have had nightmares about bombing in front of a panel of celebrity judges, but for one Berklee alumna it was a dream come true.
Beautiful writing and playing marks "Your Pure Self . . . Mother to Son," a solo piano composition from Geri Allen.
Paul English talks musicianship and entrepreneurship, and how the two aren't so different after all.
Berklee's Global Jazz Forum, taught by Danilo Pérez, was one of 10 college classes featured by the New York Times as "courses that are not just a credit but an event."