Twelve Berklee alumni, including faculty member Terri Lyne Carrington '83, were honored with 14 Grammy Awards on music's biggest night for their outstanding contributions to some of last year's top releases,
Just months after the band Haerts released its first studio album, one its songs was chosen as the music for the new Jennifer Aniston movie, Cake.
The Boston Herald premiered a video featuring a mashup of four 2015 Album of the Year contenders arranged and performed by students.
NAMM's She Rocks Awards honors Berklee women. Guitar World magazine tells the story of this sold-out event.
The New York Times details Danilo Pérez's efforts to promote jazz in his home country of Panama.
DownBeat reports on the BGJI's collaboration with the 2014 Dominican Republic Jazz Festival.
Kirby Lauryen '09 has written songs for some of the biggest names in the industry, including Kayne West and Paul McCartney.
After launching successful programs in Mexico and Colombia in 2014, Berklee Latino, the college’s only program taught in Spanish, returns to the México City campus of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, June 15-20, 2015. The program explores the essence of Latin music, focusing on three main areas of study: composition, performance, and production.
The Signature Music Series at Berklee kicks off its spring 2015 season on February 12 with Kim Burrell Meets Berklee, featuring the Grammy Award-nominated pastor performing with a student ensemble.
The Signature Music Series at Berklee presents an extraordinary season of performances by Berklee students, faculty, and alumni, and world-renowned musicians.
Score producer Teese Gohl ’81 discusses his work on Selma, the Oscar-nominated film about the historic 1965 voting rights march led by Martin Luther King Jr.
The Berklee High School Jazz Festival is the largest of its kind in the U.S.
The Checkout – Live at Berklee presents bassist/vocalist/composer Katie Thiroux as she celebrates the release of her debut album Introducing Katie Thiroux on February 4.
This year marked the 25th year of Berklee Teachers on Teaching (BTOT)—a distinctly Berklee approach to kicking off the spring semester.
From a keynote address by Chuck D of Public Enemy to community service and activism, Berklee honors and renews the message of Martin Luther King Jr.
When violinist and educator Oriol Saña returned to Berklee last month from his native Barcelona, his overarching goal was to build a bridge between the two cities and connect Berklee with like-minded institutions from Spain.