Rock and Seoul Scholarships

The CJ Scholarship for Korean students at Berklee is the first of its kind; it marks the first significant result of the college's global development agenda. The scholarship supports Korean students with outstanding merit, strong academic performance, and significant financial need. This fall, Berklee awarded scholarships to 10 students, out of many qualified candidates from Korea that, without any doubt, could not have completed their studies without this support.

Help for the Journey

By 
Jim Ricciuti

As the new director of alumni affairs and the Berklee Fund, I am inspired to be part of this unique community of artists, musicians, innovators, educators, and entrepreneurs. You know firsthand what a special place the college is, and our goal is to keep you connected to it and one another.

A Partnership with Vision

By 
Ginny Fordham

In 2003, when Chi Kim '06 was a first-semester student, he encountered many of the challenges that entering students face. He was an international student struggling to find his way around Boston, to navigate the Berklee environment, and to learn music technology.

Big Apple Spotlight


Meghan Stabile ’06

Nashville Notes

By 
David Petrelli

The Woodshed: The Logistics of Circular Breathing

Ten Things Alumni Should Know About Berklee

By 
Luis Alvarez

Since my graduation from Berklee in 1983, I have observed the college's amazing evolution as a music education icon. I have watched this transformation as a Berklee in Puerto Rico program supporter, as the producer of the Puerto Rico Heineken JazzFest, and as a trustee.

L.A. Newsbriefs

By 
Justine Taormino

L.A. Spotlight: Karmin

By 
Peter Gordon

Follow The Money

By 
Eric Jensen

Developing a music career today requires a broad set of musical, business, and social skills mixed with a healthy dose of out-of-the-box thinking. That's because the industry continues to shift from a commodity-driven business (e.g., recorded music) to a service-oriented one.

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