Get a glimpse of the scene at the recent Berklee Signature Series concert, Sun Ra Cosmic Centenary.
The Checkout – Live at Berklee continues on March 5 with Warren Wolf and Wolfpack live at Cafe 939, over the web at nprmusic.org, and through WBGO FM's airwaves.
Alumnus James T. Sale has credits on some of today’s biggest hit movies, including as conductor/orchestrator for The Lego Movie.
Berklee students and faculty will celebrate Harry Belafonte's life and music at The Life and Music of Harry Belafonte: A Tribute Concert. Berklee president Roger H. Brown will present Belafonte with an honorary doctor of music degree in recognition of his inspiring musical and humanitarian achievements.
Heavy Rotation Records (HRR) presents Dorm Sessions 9, the new release by Berklee’s student-run label.
Brothers Tony and Mike Beliveau play old-school rock 'n' roll with a twist—no guitars. Using only keyboards, bass, and drums, they create a hard-hitting sound that has reached No. 1 on Billboard’s alternative chart, and netted them a featured performance on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Danilo Pérez, pianist, composer, philanthropist, educator, and artistic director for the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, will visit Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain, with Berklee students for a week filled with activities.
Berklee College of Music presents its SXSW Party: Boston and Beyond on Thursday, March 13, noon – 6:00 p.m., in Austin, TX. Berklee’s ninth annual SXSW Party is presented by The Red Room @ Cafe 939, Alumni Affairs, and Heavy Rotation Records (HRR), with media sponsor Vanyaland and features up-and-coming Berklee and HRR alumni and students performing rock, pop, electronic, Americana and folk.
Students in Emerson College's Media Art MFA program captured the process of how the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra scored Harold Lloyd's Safety Last! for a New Year's Eve performance.
Blues, rock, and soul come together in Fate & the Family Band, who appear on the new disc from student-run Heavy Rotation Records.
The Signature Music Series at Berklee presents the sixth annual Middle Eastern Festival: The Music of Armenia, featuring Perspectives Ensemble directed by flutist Sato Moughalian, a cappella folk trio Zulal, and live painting by Kevork Mourad. The concert also features Berklee’s Pletenitsa Choir, the Berklee World Strings directed by Eugene Friesen, the Sayat Nova Folk Dance Ensemble, and special guests.
The new Berklee tower houses 369 students, a 400-seat dining hall/performance space, and one of the largest music production complexes in the U.S.
The Signature Series at Berklee continues with The Great American Songbook: Great Women Songwriters featuring the music of Aretha Franklin, Dorothy Fields, Bessie Smith, Joni Mitchell, Carole King, and more.
The music industry is awash in a sea of discussion about streaming services and that conversation is particularly vibrant at Berklee, where music business faculty present students with a variety of perspectives on this evolving issue.
Under the musical direction of Javier Limón, artistic director for Berklee's Mediterranean Music Institute, four Berklee students will give six concerts in Spain, February 11-19.
The BGJI announces its spring 2014 itinerary, which features residencies by Joe Lovano, Dave Liebman, and John Patitucci, and many exciting performances.
Composer Yiyi Ma was among the inaugural class at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain, studying alongside 19 others in the master's scoring program.
With a $69 million opening weekend, The Lego Movie is this year's hottest movie—and Berklee alumnus James T. Sale '92 is a part of its creation.
Vans, the original action sports footwear and apparel brand, and Berklee announce the founding of the Vans Berklee Off The Wall Scholarship—a four-year award covering full tuition, room, and board.