An all-female band performs a tune that fuses funk, pop, and jazz.
Artistic director Danilo Pérez will be named cultural ambassador to the Republic of Panama.
Efforts from Berklee alumni dominated the Boston Globe's list of the best jazz albums of 2014, taking seven out of the ten spots.
Named one of Rolling Stone Country's Artists You Need to Know, Girls Guns and Glory brings its Boston-bred Americana worldwide.
Students in Neil Leonard’s Berklee Interdisciplinary Arts Institute (BIAI) seminar have spent much of 2014 exploring the interplay of light, sound, and architecture.
BerkleeICE founding managing director is named one of Boston's leading educational innovators at BostonInno's "50 on Fire" awards ceremony.
Students take advantage of new professional-level facilities and collaborative courses to gain experience in all aspects of creating a Hollywood-style film score.
Mike Daly '96, A&R director at Disney Music Group, gives songwriting students the chance to pitch their compositions with the hope of landing a track on the upcoming Demi Lovato record.
Rich Goodstone, cofounder of the music festival Bonnaroo, talked to students and BerkleeICE's Panos Panay about his company's success.
The Shills, featuring MP&E grads Dave Sicilian '06 and James Zaner '06, have been a leading force in the Boston rock scene for a decade.
For rising country star Lindsay Ell, Berklee Online's ease of access allowed her to get the Berklee experience from the road.
Berklee announces several new appointees to the Baord of Trustees, bringing a diverse set of perspectives on music, the music industry, technology, entrepreneurship, and endowment management.
For the fourth year in a row, Berklee alumni are nominated in the top three Grammy Award categories.
The Boston Globe reports on actor David Duchovny's recent visit to Berklee to discuss his new foray into music.
First Night Boston, Berklee, and WUMB-FM 91.9 present guitarist, singer-songwriter, and Berklee alumna Patty Larkin, and roots multi-instrumentalist Dom Flemons, performing at the Berklee Performance Center on New Year's Eve.
On December 4, a tribute concert dedicated to Marvin Gaye was performed at the Berklee Performance Center as part of Berklee's Signature Series.
The 4th annual Berklee City Music Network Conference explored the changing role of American popular music in education today.