The 2016 winter and spring Signature Series at Berklee features performances by world-renowned musicians, Berklee students, faculty, and alumni.
Kara DioGuardi, in an interview with Bonnie Hayes, talks about about rediscovering her creativity, interacting with young musicians, and what it takes to succeed in the industry today.
Iconic producer, musician, songwriter, and film music guru T Bone Burnett shares knowledge with Berklee students and calls for artists to take collective action.
Federico Masetti, president of the Berklee chapter of the Audio Engineering Society, founds the nonprofit MusicXChange Ghana.
The Boston Globe catches up with faculty composer Marti Epstein.
A couple of days prior to his sold-out show at the Berklee Performance Center, acclaimed Indian singer Vijay “Utsav” Prakash spent time with student vocalists in the Berklee Indian Ensemble.
As part of Berklee's Signature Series, the Berklee Performance Center welcomed singer and visiting artist Totó la Momposina for a special performance celebrating the music and traditions of Colombia.
Do the same old tunes in your workout playlist inspire or tire you? Sharon Broadley-Martin, professor of contemporary music writing and production, says the trick is in how you sequence the songs.
Belgian harpist Pia Salvia expands the borders of her classical training, creating her own unique brand of original music combining elements of jazz, Latin music, flamenco, and vocal pop music.
Four Berklee alumni took home seven Latin Grammy Awards at this year's ceremony, held November 19, in Las Vegas.
In response to the attacks in Paris, Berklee students organized a march and an open forum with music and reflections for the greater community.
The fifth annual Berklee City Music Summit brings music educators, professional musicians, and students together for networking and collaboration.
The Berklee Performance Center celebrates its 100th anniversary with special concerts on December 3 and December 16.
Flamenco singer and composer Pepe de Lucía receives the Master of Mediterranean Music Award in the Mediterranean Roots Festival in Valencia.
In this career-spanning concert, Joyce Moreno will perform her songbook backed by a large student ensemble, playing arrangements by Berklee contemporary writing and production majors.
The Mediterranean Roots Festival (Festival Raíces del Mediterráneo), produced by the Mediterranean Music Institute and Berklee’s Valencia campus, held concerts on October 29 and 30 that celebrated the musical heritage of the Mediterranean area and its fusions.
Beginning with the fall 2016 class, all 20 students accepted into Berklee College of Music’s master of music in contemporary performance (global jazz concentration) program will be awarded full-tuition grants.
On the night before Halloween, Boston’s Symphony Hall held a special event as part of Berklee’s Signature Series concerts, performing a new original score, written by Berklee professor Sheldon Mirowitz and his film scoring students, live to picture for the silent horror film Nosferatu.
Puentes Venezuela, led by Berklee student and Caracas native Stefano Melillo, is producing a concert in Caracas on Friday, January 8, 2016, featuring performances by Venezuelan Berklee students. The concert also celebrates Berklee’s first-ever audition and interview (A&I) event in Venezuela.
Boston’s philanthropic community came out in force for Berklee’s 21st annual Encore Gala to benefit the Berklee City Music program on Saturday, October 24, 2015.