Berklee makes Billboard magazine's list of top music business schools.
Berklee and Little Kids Rock are bringing a modern band curriculum to 600 New York City public schools, serving 60,000 students in kindergarten through 12th grade.
Berklee's Mediterranean Music Institute launched its own record label, MMI Recordings, on September 15 to support both Mediterranean music and the institute's own outstanding students.
Classical pianist Kirill Gerstein will teach at two of Boston’s prestigious music schools—Berklee, his alma mater, and the Boston Conservatory. This is the first joint appointment between both institutions.
Student bassist Alissia Benveniste is profiled in the Huffington Post.
Berklee summer programs helped teenager Gray Robinson pursue a budding career in music.
Singer and pianist Sarah McKenzie '14 will lead her quintet in two performances at the 57th Monterey Jazz Festival.
Driven to pursue their shared passion for music, more than 1,100 new students recently arrived at Berklee with instruments, gear, and dreams in hand.
Berklee is expanding its Spanish program, Berklee Latino, to Bogota,... Read more.
Berklee’s annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium: A Rap with Talib Kweli, features an interview with the iconic hip-hop artist.
Fraser T. Smith, who's worked with musicians such as Adele and Sam Smith, credits his Berklee Online courses with helping him to fine-tune his production skills.
Earlier this year Berklee debuted the Berklee International Network's (BIN) Facebook page with a video contest. Prizes included the chance to record a podcast.
Andres Villareal '14, a contemporary writing and production major, wins a competition to develop the soundscape for Natixis Global Asset Management.
An innovative collaboration between Natixis Global Asset Management and Berklee provided opportunities for students to compose music for a global corporate signature sound and helped one student land a first job.
Berklee has named Betsy Newman vice president of Student Affairs and dean of students.
The unique performance features McCoury and Catherine Russell and students and faculty from the Berklee American Roots Music Program re-envisioning the music of Muddy Waters and Bill Monroe, two cultural icons who each helped create and define a blues-based genre: Chicago blues, in the case of Waters, and bluegrass, from Monroe.
Three Berklee alumni were awarded four 2014 Emmy Awards.
Alumnus Benny Grotto '05 has some mandatory fun in engineering gig with Weird Al Yankovic.