Saxophonist and bandleader Jaleel Shaw will headline the annual, free Jazz at the Fort concert in between performances at international jazz festivals.
Taking place Thursdays in July and August at outdoor locations across Boston, the six-concert Tito Puente Latin Music Series presents a soundscape of live Latin music, with a strong salsa influence, in parks around the city.
Student group will premiere an original piece of music influenced by the sound and philosophy of Anton Walter Smetak, a Brazilian-based artist and composer who invented close to 150 musical instruments, at the third Bahia Biennale on July 16.
Listen to a poignant tune from a student singer-songwriter.
For Gerami Groover, enrolling in the Music Technology Innovation graduate program at Berklee’s Valencia, Spain campus has been a capstone to her Berklee trajectory.
Berklee is deeply entrenched in Brooklyn's fertile music scene as alumni artists, engineers, and venue owners have been steadily establishing a strong foothold in this hub for the better part of a decade, especially in the Greenpoint and Williamsburg neighborhoods.
Film scoring professor Sheldon Mirowitz is a guest on Cape and Islands NPR station WCAI's daily public affairs program, The Point.
Berklee College of Music, Boston Harbor Island Alliance, and the Boston Harbor National Park have joined forces again to bring up-and-coming Berklee students and alumni to historic Fort Warren on Georges Island for free live performances in July and August.
Following the launch of inaugural graduate degrees at its Valencia location, Berklee has announced the first graduate programs at its Boston campus.
Melissa Etheridge '80 Talks to Berklee about Performing with the Pops, Activism, and Being "in Your Truth"
Melissa Etheridge '80, H'06 talks about performing with the Boston Pops, lessons she learned at Berklee, the importance of being "in your truth," and her activism.
Beginning in fall 2015, students can pursue graduate education in music therapy and contemporary performance.
Student composers and orchestra musicians provide a new take on a silent classic, Harold Lloyd's Safety Last!
Since Berklee opened its campus in Valencia, Spain in 2011, a vibrant, new music scene has emerged between the students and the city's musicians.
Berklee alumni returned to their old musical stomping grounds in Boston for the first-ever alumni reunion in the college’s 69-year history, on the weekend of June 13, 2014.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown talks to BostInno about the launch of Soundbreaking: The Campaign for Berklee.
Berklee president Roger H. Brown is a guest on WBUR's weekly global conversation program Radio Open Source.
Surrounded by the music industry and flamenco elite, José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela receive the first Masters of Mediterranean Music Award.