A.R. Rahman Concert: Half-Price Tickets Available with Berklee ID

An international cast of students will perform the timeless music of A. R. Rahman, the prolific Grammy-winning and Academy Award-winning composer (Slumdog Millionaire127 Hours) and performer. Rahman will receive an honorary doctor of music degree from Berklee and join the Berklee musicians to perform several of his memorable songs.

Donna McElroy

Mary Hurley

“My two favorites are Ray—and Donna McElroy,” says Berklee Vice President for Special Programs Rob Rose of the song’s interpreters. “Both are different. McElroy is one of the best singers I’ve ever heard in my life.”

A New Take on Symphonic Music

Mark Small


Berklee Beat

Attitude or Altitude?

Richard Niles

I recently read an article by Bill Anschell of All About Jazz that is ironically titled Careers in Jazz. It managed the trick of being an unflinching assessment of a sacred cow and very funny.

Bob Malone: Road Warrior

Peter Gordon

For an indie artist, the path to lasting success is often long, built on perseverance and a commitment to the music. Exhibit A is Bob Malone ’87.

Alumni Profile: Ruslan Sirota '03

Adam Renn Olenn

“It wasn’t until we were sitting in the seats that I realized we could actually win,” says Ruslan Sirota ’03 of his experience at the 2011 Grammy Awards.

Berklee Today Spring 2013

Berklee's Korean Legacy; Alumni Leaders in Seoul's Music Industry / The Pursuit of Royalties / Late Night - Live! / Attitude or Altitude ?

Helder Tsnine

Helder Tsinine of Dorchester, MA, became the sixth winner of the Peacedriven award for his song "Va Gumulelana." Visit www.peacedriven.org.

Lorena Batista Perez

Drummer Lorena Batista Perez of Boston, MA, plays with the band Modabeat (formerly El Frente). Visit www.modabeat.com.