Once a goat farmer in central New York state, singer-songwriter Matt Nakoa ’06 has established himself as a folk music up-and-comer.
BerkleeICE's Panos Panay offers advice on choosing board members in a recent feature from Entrepreneur.com.
Berklee and Revive Music present the first live performance of Marvin Gaye's storied album, Vulnerable, featuring Aloe Blacc, Bilal, Chris Turner, Miguel Atwood-Ferguson, the Berklee Neo-Soul Ensemble, Contemporary Symphony Orchestra, and more.
George S. Clinton, chair of Berklee's Film Scoring Department, talks about his approach to film scoring, why he fell in love with it, and what essential ability film scorers need to have.
BerkleeICE startups shared a stage with the New York Times and Spotify, forming a student discussion panel for the annual Harvard xDesign Conference.
In a recent Strings Magazine profile, contributor Rory Williams writes that David “Doc” Wallace, Berklee’s new String Department chair, “pairs perfectly” with Berklee, “an institution that pioneered and continues to lead contemporary strings education.”
A 30-piece student band in joins the Grammy- and Latin Grammy Award-winning vocalist in performing original, student-written arrangements of her original music. Baca is the former cultural minister of Peru and the country's first black cabinet member.
Jazz drummer Antonio Sanchez '97 is the man behind the score for the new film Birdman.
Vanyaland, media sponsor of Boston and Beyond: Berklee's CMJ Music Marathon Showcase, put together a compilation of live performances from the event.
Panos Panay has been named one of only 15 education sector finalists in BostonInno's "50 on Fire" shortlist for his work as founding managing director of BerkleeICE.
Meet online degree student J.R. Mina, an aspiring music producer and DJ who began his Berklee studies in a free Coursera MOOC.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown interviews jazz pianist Herbie Hancock as part of the Boston Book Festival.
Berklee's summer programs in LA are musically invaluable experiences that inspire passion and "aha!" moments for teens.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown awards Grammy- and Oscar-winning composer A. R. Rahman an honorary doctorate.
On a mission to create the world’s foremost songwriting curriculum, Berklee Songwriting Department chair Bonnie Hayes emphasizes inclusive tools as opposed to rigid rules.
A. R. Rahman, the Grammy- and Academy Award-winning composer for films such as Slumdog Millionaire and 127 Hours, encourages Berklee students to experiment with Indian music.
Berklee's 20th annual gala raised nearly $2 million for Berklee City Music with help from Jaime Lee Curtis and George Clinton.
The Boston Business Journal lauds Berklee for its financial well-being at a time when other colleges are struggling.
Music industry royalty gathered at Capitol Studios in Los Angeles in September for the awarding of a Berklee honorary doctorate to recording engineer Al Schmitt, and to mark the 25th anniversary of Berklee today magazine.