New York Spotlight

By 
Michael Gaskins

Reuben Rogers ’94 is among the most sought-after upright bassists of the past decade, having recorded and toured with legendary artists such as jazz saxophonist Joshua Redman, pianist Aaron Goldberg, and drummer Gregory Hutchinson.

Nashville Pros

By 
David Petrelli

Nashville singer/songwriter Ernie Halter is a do-it-yourself, grass-roots, superfan-building machine of a musician who has toured all 50 states, Europe, and Asia.

Fall Course Evaluation Results

Nearly 18,000 course evaluations surveys were filled out by Berklee students at the end of the fall semester. On the Boston campus, slightly over half of surveys were completed while among the graduate students in Valencia, 90% of surveys were completed! The fall evaluations continue to show that students feel that their professors are knowledgeable about the subject matter and create classroom environments that support student learning.

I Hope I’m Not Alone

By 
David Frank

Keyboardist, producer and songwriter David Frank delves into musical devices, connections and influences in the songwriting process. A founding member of pioneering synth duo The System, Frank has produced and played on recordings by Christina Aguilera, Chaka Khan and Phil Collins.

Expert Testimony

By 
Mark Small

India’s premier film composer and songwriter, A.R. Rahman has written songs and underscore for more than 100 movies, including Slumdog MIllionaire and 127 Hours. Rahman spoke to Berklee today during his visit to Berklee in October.

Bubblin'

Keyboardist, singer, composer, and arranger, assistant professor Matt Jenson shares techniques in roots, rock and reggae grooves.

Global Partnership: Expanding Berklee Outreach in Latin America

By 
Cindy Albert Link

President Roger Brown followed former U.S. president Bill Clinton onstage to offer an overview of the IDB-Berklee partnership and to introduce student performers at the Americas Summit Conference in Miami, FL, on December 10, 2014.

Walter Harp Memorialized with Endowed Scholarship

By 
Jessica Halton
Peter Gardner

An endowed scholarship has been established in the memory of late faculty member Walter W. Harp, awarded annually to a student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in civic engagement through music.

Bill Elliott

By 
Ryan Fleming

Bill Elliott, professor of contemporary writing and production (CWP) who deftly weathered many shifts in taste and technology while honing his musical expertise, is determined to pass on his on-the-gig wisdom.

Snow Day Facilities Update

Berklee is operating normal hours at this time.

 

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