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.

Faculty and Staff Donate $50,000 to Establish Scholarship in Walter Harp's Memory

With thanks to the collective efforts of over 50 faculty and staff members, an endowed scholarship has been established in memory of faculty member Walter W. Harp. The Walter W. Harp Liberal Arts Music and Society Scholarship will be awarded annually to a student who has demonstrated outstanding achievement in civic engagement: the use of music, including composition and performance, to transform individual lives and society through community service, social activism, and humanitarian efforts on a local, national, and/or international level. The first scholarship will be awarded to a deserving student this fall 2014 semester.

Expert Testimony - Given by Steve Swallow 
to Mark Small

By 
Mark Small

Bassist/composer Steve Swallow
Bassist/composer Steve Swallow

Coda: The Art of the Road

By 
Eve Fleishman

California Dream Studios

By 
Mark Small

Berklee Profile: Rob Rose

By 
Mark Small

Rob Rose

The State of the College

By 
Mark Small

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