First Presidential Visit to India

Liz Lupton

In April, Roger H. Brown became the first Berklee president to make an official visit to India following the 2014 establishment of the Berklee India Exchange, a platform for cultural conversation about Indian music.

L.A. Newsbriefs

Justine Taormino

Jen Waris ’12 and Samantha Schultz ’13 are members of Covergirl’s Rockabellas a cappella group. The ensemble appeared in national commercials to promote the new Covergirl Pitch Perfect Cosmetics Line in partnership with the soon to be released movie, Pitch Perfect 2.

It’s a Family Affair

Peter Gordon

From the left: Julian Bunetta ’01, John McFee (of the Doobie Brothers), Damon Bunetta, and Peter Bunetta

Eric Marchwinski '10

Curtis Killian

In the five years since graduating with a degree in Music Production and Engineering, Eric Marchwinski '10 has worked lights for the Rolling Stones, Katy Perry, Usher, Pearl Jam, Bon Jovi, and Beyoncé, among many others, and founded his own company, Earlybird Design.

New Online Transcript Request Service Now Available

The Office of the Registrar is pleased to announce that as of June 1, 2015, current students and alumni can easily order transcripts 24/7/365 by logging into the new online transcript request service using your Berklee OnePass (students) and email account (alumni).

In addition to paper transcripts, we now also offer the option of electronic transcript delivery. If the college or organization that your transcript is being sent to accepts eTranscripts, once your transcript is processed, the delivery time can be minimized to minutes.

Getting That First Job

Keith Hatschek
Breanne Beseda

In the third edition of the book

Music for Heart and Mind

Mark Small

Drawing on deep classical, rock, and jazz roots, Michael Gandolfi ’78 is writing concert music that is reaching an ever-widening audience.

Good Vibrations: a theremin display and contest

Led Zeppelin. Alfred Hitchcock. The Beach Boys. What do they all have in common? One of the very first electronic instruments!
This month we are highlighting library materials that feature the quirky granddaddy of the synthesizer, the theremin.  Then, at the end of June, we'll be giving one away. 

The Significance of the “Blurred Lines” Lawsuit

Richard Niles

Composer, arranger, and author Richard Niles, PhD., talks about the significance of the copyright claim against Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams song “Blurred Lines” and victorious lawsuit from the Marvin Gaye estate.