From Food Operas to Video Game Scoring, Professor Ben Houge Makes Interdisciplinary Connections through Music
Berklee professor Ben Houge finds endless possibilities for innovation with music across fields.
Growing up, Kaushlesh Purohit was inspired by the music of prolific composer and performer A. R. Rahman H’14. Now at Berklee, Purohit is mixing Rahman’s music.
Luis Alvarez, Berklee alumnus and executive producer of the Puerto Rico Heineken JazzFest, will accept the George Wein Imprasario Award at the festival's 25th anniversary.
The Gregorio Uribe Big Band is a 16-piece orchestra that blends cumbia and other Colombian rhythms with the powerful sound and arrangements of a high-intensity large ensemble.
At Berklee, Hyeryun 'Bebe' Kim is discovering new genres to enhance her performance and film composing.
Berklee's annual Middle Eastern Music Festival featured the music of Persia as well as the Balkans and Caucasus.
Javier Limón, the artistic director of the Mediterranean Music Institute, and jazz singer Magos Herrera will perform standards from their 2014 duo album Dawn on March 26 at the Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts in New York City. Lebanese student percussionist Gilbert Mansour will join them as a guest artist.
Berklee student Michael Martinez wrote a song to commemorate the Boston snow record for New England Cable News.
Warren Haynes and Grammy Award-winning lineup support local treatment center, while some artists share their stories with students.
The Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) presents its fifth annual BGJI Summit on March 31, at the Berklee Performance Center. This year’s summit is hosted by Joe Lovano, Gary Burton Jazz Chair at Berklee, and will honor longtime faculty member Joanne Brackeen in celebration of her receiving the BNY Mellon Jazz 2014 Living Legacy Award.
Leading minds from Berklee, Harvard, Babson, Brandeis, and the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution will explore the interplay between art, science and innovation on March 23.
At BerkleeICE's Creative Entrepreneurship Lecture series, Bertis Downs recounted his career as the manager of indie rock icons R.E.M.
For three decades, Berklee professor and acclaimed author Pat Pattison has helped demystify the music business for the students who travel with him on the annual Berklee trip to Nashville.
Berklee will present its first American Master Awards on Tuesday, March 17, in Nashville to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the college’s student trip.
Dozens of Berklee students spent their summer gaining career experience and making invaluable connections with some of LA’s most influential companies.
The Berklee Performance Center hosted a Martin Luther King keynote presentation, featuring Chuck D of Public Enemy.
The Berklee Global Jazz Institute is a diverse group of musicians from across the globe that encourage one another to wield one's own unique sonic vocabulary and, often, instruments that are unusual to the jazz genre.