Berklee's Global Jazz Forum, taught by Danilo Pérez, was one of 10 college classes featured by the New York Times as "courses that are not just a credit but an event."
Five key takeaways from Kevin Augunas's Creative Entrepreneurs Lecture for startups and musicians.
What began as a shared portfolio among several Berklee student composers has evolved into Hexany Audio, a full-fledged video game music and sound design firm.
Rep. John Conyers recently introduced a bill to preserve jazz recordings and to fund jazz education.
BerkleeICE founding managing director Panos Panay sat down with MIT's Ken Zolot at last month's Boston Music Tech Fest to discuss entrepreneurship in the classroom.
Alumnus Ryan O’Connor '06 is spearheading an effort to change the way we do business at live shows.
Students will be treated to the expertise of Paquito D’Rivera when the Berklee Latin Jazz Program launches on July 6-10, 2014, adding to the robust complement of the college’s summer programs.
Berklee is a sponsor of the upcoming Advanced Audio + Applications Exchange (A3E) for audio developers, musicians, audio pros, and technology and music manufacturers.
The New York Times features the Berklee Global Jazz Insitute course "Global Jazz Forum" as one of its "Ten Courses with a Twist."
Renowned tenor and international conductor Plácido Domingo was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree by Berklee College of Music at its campus in Valencia, Spain on Friday, April 4.
The women of King are winning fans throughout the music industry–fans like Erykah Badu, ?uestlove, and Prince–with the electro-soul they write, perform, and produce themselves.
Student Eren Başbuğ performs with rock giants Dream Theater in a concert he's envisioned for five years.
Born in Canada and based in New York, 2004 Berklee alumnus Matthew Stevens is a jazz guitarist who has been turning heads as sideman and bandleader.
The 120 students who participated in the 2014 Berklee Nashville trip received a wealth of wise advice from music industry heavy-hitters as well as some recent arrivals on the Nashville scene. Here are some of the tips imparted to students.
While many college students were heading back home or visiting sunny beaches for spring break, 120 Berklee students traveled to Nashville, Tennessee for an in-depth look at the music industry.
Check out some photos from the sixth annual Middle Eastern Festival, part of Berklee's Signature Series.
Alumnae Sarah Sharp and Masumi Jones are the Berklee half of the Jitterbug Vipers, and play a languid blend of country, Americana, and swing.
At Boston and Beyond, the official Berklee SXSW party, up-and-coming student bands, as well as celebrated alumni and members of the Boston music scene, converged in Austin.
Berklee band Flight of Fire has released their "Stolen Voices Project", which thematically centers on sexual assault and rape. The band's front-woman, Dorian Maverick discusses her motives and inspirations for the project.