These songwriters collaborated with each other via the internet before coming to Berklee to join forces with a host of musicians.
Jimmy Page H'14 sat down with Berklee on May 9, 2014, and discussed his start as a self-taught musician, his approach to guitar, the imporance of reading music, and "passing on the baton."
Kaliné Akinkugbe '13 wrote "Bring Them Home" to spread awareness about the abduction of hundreds of schoolgirls in her native Nigeria.
Berklee’s student-run a cappella group won first prize in the 2014 International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella, the result of much hard work and an openness to learning from one another.
Berklee's annual commencement concert, performed by students and faculty, showcased arrangements of the music of rock legend Jimmy Page, jazz pianist Geri Allen, and R&B producer/singer Valerie Simpson.
Guitarist Jimmy Page delivered the commencement address to the Berklee graduating class of 2014. Page, Valerie Simpson, Geri Allen, and Thara Memory received honorary degrees.
Learn all about Berklee's graduating class, from home countries to popular instruments.
After posting a video on YouTube, Arturo Cardelús got an email from a first violinist at possibly the best philharmonic in the world, suggesting that they work together.
The Berklee City Music Faculty Outreach Program culminates with a concert on May 17.
Berklee's Masters on the Road series—featuring alumni master musicians who return to campus to teach and lead a touring ensemble—continues as New Orleans saxophone great Donald Harrison teams with a student quartet for a trio of shows later this month.
Noam Israeli, a drummer, composer, and music educator from Zichron Ya'aqov, Israel, has been awarded the prestigious Billboard Endowed Scholarship at Berklee.
Listen to "Backwards," from Arielle Vakni, a singer-songwriter from California graduating from Berklee in 2014.
Berklee Latino and the Mediterranean Music Institute, in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes, presented a concert that took the audience on a journey through Spanish music.
Berklee Night at the Pops featuring Grammy- and Oscar-winning singer-songwriter and Berklee alumna Melissa Etheridge will showcase four up-and-coming artists from her alma mater in the first half of the program June 12 at Symphony Hall.
The undergraduate class of 2014 came to Berklee from 66 countries across six continents and 43 U.S. states and demonstrated that differences of language, place, and culture are no match for the unifying force of music.
FUSION Vol. 4—now available in eBook format—features work from Berklee students, staff, and faculty, as well as artists with global reputations.
Alumnus Dawaun Parker, a dynamic rapper, and Grammy Award-winning producer, visited the campus in April to present a clinic.
Ron Poster is the man in the box for the Boston Bruins.
Student Clifton Williams will receive $5,000, and his song will be played every week at Harlem's iconic Apollo Theater.