Things Over Time is Chelsea Southard’s senior thesis at Berklee, and the culmination of her residency at Diablo Glass School in Roxbury.
The business world's paper of record focuses on BerkleeICE and other higher education initiatives that "develop entrepreneurial acumen alongside artistic ability."
From free summer concerts to programs for local youth, Berklee’s Office of Community Affairs and Campus Engagement helps the college be a good Boston-area neighbor.
The Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir, as well as the Berklee Global Jazz Ambassadors, shine at Newport festivals.
Berklee alumna and indie pop singer-songwriter Betty Who, once a student in Berklee’s Five-Week Summer Performance Program herself, returns to share advice with current summer students.
Berklee has named internationally acclaimed composer and trumpeter Sean Jones chair of the college’s Brass Department.
Ten Berklee alumni are nominated for 12 Primetime Emmy Awards, including nominations for composers Alan Silvestri '70 (COSMOS: A Spacetime Odyssey) and Ramin Djawadi '98 (Game of Thrones).
Berklee alumna Lisa Occhino launches SongwriterLink, a songwriting collaboration platform that uses matching engine technology to help users find exactly the type of songwriters they’re seeking for collaborations.
Berklee and South Korea's Baekseok Arts University Announce Agreement to Create Educational Opportunities
Berklee College of Music has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Seoul, South Korea’s Baekseok Arts University (BAU) to create mutual educational opportunities for students at both schools.
Berklee President Roger H. Brown is interviewed on Boston NPR station WGBH's daily news and talk show Boston Public Radio.
Inside Philanthropy calls the Berklee, Little Kids Rock collaboration bearing Amp Up NY historic, and the first step in revitalizing public school music education.
Tommy Emmanuel, often considered the best finger-style guitarist in the world and a visiting artist with Berklee’s Guitar Sessions summer program, recently shared his road-tested advice and jaw-dropping performance technique with students.
A Venuezuelan faculty member headlines in Berklee's Tito Puente Latin Music Series.
Vans and Berklee announce that Miette Hope-Goldman, 17-year-old singer-songwriter, has been named the first recipient of the Vans Berklee Off the Wall Scholarship—a four-year award covering tuition, room, and board.
With nearly 60 million YouTube views, Kiesza's "Hideaway" has gone superviral.
With extensive music industry experience, Berklee associate professor Andrea Johnson has a talent for engaging students in experiential music business learning.
The Jazz Ticket tells the story of Donovan Brown, a Los Angeles high schooler who dreams of coming to Berklee.
World renowned film composer A. R. Rahman will perform with Berklee students at Boston's Symphony Hall and conduct on-campus workshops as part of the Berklee India Exchange.
On June 13, 2014, hundreds of Berklee alumni came together to perform—and to watch their classmates perform—at the college’s first alumni reunion concert.
Financial Times reviews concert byt the Children of the Light trio composed of BGJI faculty and visiting artists.