Berklee Faculty, Alumni Join Pastor Who Served with Martin Luther King for Gospel Broadcast
Could there be a more crucial moment to bask in the glory of Gospel music? Berklee musicians provide the salve.
Akon, Joel Katz, and Others Bring a Bit of Berklee to Gabon
Hit hip-hop artist, songwriter, and producer Akon, Afrobeat sensation Davido, and prominent entertainment attorney Joel Katz speak at a Berklee on the Road program in Libreville, Gabon.
Firas Hassan Works to Save and Spread Syrian Music
By going to Berklee College of Music's campus in Valencia, Spain, Syrian musician Firas Hassan not only saved himself, but perhaps he may have helped save some of his culture's music.
From Bowie to a 'New Breed,' Berklee Artists Climb 'Best of 2016' Lists
2016 was a banner year for Berklee artists contributing to albums that made strong showings in “best of” lists from some of the country’s most respected music journalism authorities.
Student Band Sleeping Lion Finds Unexpected Fan Base in China
Sleeping Lion, a band comprising Berklee students Nathan Flaks and Noah Longworth McGuire, performed for a full auditorium at Dulwich College in Suzhou, China, and toured the country as part of an ongoing partnership with music institutions in China.
Slideshow: Berklee Women Shine at Dominican Republic Jazz Festival
Several Berklee alumni, students, and faculty performed at this year’s Dominican Republic Jazz Festival, which was dedicated to women in the jazz world.
The Spring 2017 Signature Series Features Diverse Musical Performances, from Beyoncé's Band to the Lord of the Rings, and Beyond
The Spring 2017 Signature Series will include: Conspirare’s Considering Matthew Shepard, the Great American Songbook Orchestra’s performance of music from Laurel Canyon, a celebration of Beyoncé's original all-female band, Tigran Hamasyan’s innovative jazz collaborations, the Lord of the Rings Symphony in Six Movements, and the world premiere of the new musical The Kiss.
Students Connect Music and Nature at Americas Latino Eco Festival
Berklee Global Jazz Institute students perform and conduct a workshop at the Americas Latino Eco Festival, writing music inspired by species and natural wonders from their home nations.
Pauly Germán earned a full scholarship to Berklee while enrolled in a Berklee on the Road program in his native Domincan Republic.
Juan Luis Guerra Scholarship to be Presented in Conjunction with the Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation
A Latin music student will receive a four-year scholarship to Berklee in the name of multi-Grammy-winning singer-songwriter, composer, and producer Juan Luis Guerra.
Whether a tourist visiting Boston, a neighbor who has yet to experience a student or faculty concert, or a parent touring the college for the first time, you now have a cultural guide for your campus visit courtesy of Culturetrip.com.
Rachel Levy, a 17-year-old high school student from New Jersey who attended Berklee’s Five-Week Summer Performance Program this year, shared a stage at the White House with acclaimed actress Kristin Chenoweth for the television special “Broadway at the White House.”
On tour in support of her new album, Woman, Jill Scott stopped by Berklee for a very special and intimate interview prior to her recent performance at the Orpheum in Boston.
NECN talked to Susan Rogers about this year’s Grammy nominees and why she thinks the committee got it right in 2015.
Vanity Fair is jazzed about the millennial musicians who are fueling the contemporary scene. Two articles and slideshows feature many Berkee alumni among more than 50 new artists who are part of the movement.
The $200,000 scholarship will be awarded to a student pursuing a career in Latin music.
Alumni are nominated in the top three categories for the fifth consecutive year.
From working with professional musicians to learning how to navigate a digital audio workstation, students in Berklee's graduate film scoring program in Valencia, Spain, leave ready to walk into any studio and start working.
The Hollywood Reporter ranks Berklee as the No. 2 music school in the world on its annual list of the top 25.
The 2016 winter and spring Signature Series at Berklee features performances by world-renowned musicians, Berklee students, faculty, and alumni.
Kara DioGuardi, in an interview with Bonnie Hayes, talks about about rediscovering her creativity, interacting with young musicians, and what it takes to succeed in the industry today.
Iconic producer, musician, songwriter, and film music guru T Bone Burnett shares knowledge with Berklee students and calls for artists to take collective action.
Federico Masetti, president of the Berklee chapter of the Audio Engineering Society, founds the nonprofit MusicXChange Ghana.
The Boston Globe catches up with faculty composer Marti Epstein.
A couple of days prior to his sold-out show at the Berklee Performance Center, acclaimed Indian singer Vijay “Utsav” Prakash spent time with student vocalists in the Berklee Indian Ensemble.
Do the same old tunes in your workout playlist inspire or tire you? Sharon Broadley-Martin, professor of contemporary music writing and production, says the trick is in how you sequence the songs.