Melissa Etheridge '80 Talks to Berklee about Performing with the Pops, Activism, and Being "in Your Truth"
Melissa Etheridge '80, H'06 talks about performing with the Boston Pops, lessons she learned at Berklee, the importance of being "in your truth," and her activism.
Beginning in fall 2015, students can pursue graduate education in music therapy and contemporary performance.
Student composers and orchestra musicians provide a new take on a silent classic, Harold Lloyd's Safety Last!
Since Berklee opened its campus in Valencia, Spain in 2011, a vibrant, new music scene has emerged between the students and the city's musicians.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown is a guest on WBUR's weekly global conversation program Radio Open Source.
Surrounded by the music industry and flamenco elite, José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela receive the first Masters of Mediterranean Music Award.
Berklee alumni returned to their old musical stomping grounds in Boston for the first-ever alumni reunion in the college’s 69-year history, on the weekend of June 13, 2014.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown talks to BostInno about the launch of Soundbreaking: The Campaign for Berklee.
Singer, songwriter, family woman, and entrepreneur, 2004 alumna Lindsey Grey has done it all.
Brockton native Mike Flanagan ’08 finds success as a saxophonist, arranger, and songwriting producer.
Guitarist Angie Swan '05 and drummer Didi Negron ‘09 are cast members of one of Cirque Du Soleil’s newest touring shows, Amaluna.
Berklee announces Soundbreaking: The Campaign for Berklee, the largest fundraising effort in the college's 69-year history. With nearly $57 million raised in the campaign's quiet phase, Soundbreaking has already surpassed the total of Berklee's previous campaign, Giant Steps. Half of the target fundraising goal has been earmarked for scholarships and financial aid.
Great Caesar creates lushly-arranged indie rock with metric tons of heart.
The Berklee Global Jazz Institute visited Africa this past March. There, they visited Cameroon and Gabon. During the trip, the group visited orphanages, music schools, and universities, and performed with local musicians.
Renowned bassist John Patitucci, one of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute faculty, said of the institute: “It’s the most fun I’ve ever had teaching in my life.”
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra will perform an original score to the Harold Lloyd classic Safety Last! on Martha's Vineyard.
José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela will be named Masters of Flamenco by Berklee College of Music’s Mediterranean Music Institute. The award will be given by the institute’s directors, Matthew Nicholl and Javier Limón.