The Woodshed: Composing Independent Melodies

Mark Simos

Mark Simos, an associate professor in Berklee’s Songwriting Department, presents a lesson from his new book Songwriting Strategies: A 360° Approach, published by Berklee Press.

Financials and the Contemporary Artist

Nils Gums

A look at revenues and expenses for an artist in the new-music economy.

The Piper of Parliament

Mark Small

Panpipe virtuoso Damian Draghici '98 swaps a celebrated music career for a seat in the European Parliament to campaign for Roma rights.

Women, Technology, and Creativity Symposium

The Berklee community is invited to a symposium featuring some of the industry's top producers, engineers, DJs, and beatmakers—all women who are innovative leaders in using technology to make music.

La Vie Musicale

Mark Small

André Manoukian

Soundbreaking: The Campaign for Berklee

Cindy Albert Link

On June 12, President Roger Brown announced the launch of “Soundbreaking: The Campaign for Berklee.” This campaign has the ambitious goal of raising $100 million, with half for scholarships and financial aid for students.

Take Care of Your Body - What is Your Pain Telling You?

The Music Therapy Department and LiveWell bring Mimi Wiesenberg, Choreographer/Dancer and Practitioner of the Ilan Lev Method of Healing Injuries

How to take care of my body   -  What is my body “saying”?  What does Pain tell me?


Life On Campus Fair sponsored by Student Activities and LiveWell

“Life on Campus”: LiveWell and Student Activities Fair

Friday, October 10, 1-3pm

The Loft, 939 Boylston Street (accessed by taking the 921 Boylston Street elevator to the third floor and going through the Student Activities Center)

Hittin' the Road

Jason Camelio

It was another busy summer for Berklee students and faculty, who performed, taught, and competed from Latin America to Europe.