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04/04/2020

So Youve Shifted to Remote Learning. What Now?

Like many colleges and universities, Berklee has transitioned to a remote learning model for the remainder of the spring 2020 semester. While students are adapt...

31/03/2020

Stay at Home Festival Brings Relief to Fans and Artists

Up until very recently, the idea of a concert festival brought to mind a fairly specific picture: huge outdoor stages with walls of speakers, dozens of artists ...

25/03/2020

What the World Needs Now Is This Student-Made Video

When songwriting team Burt Bacharach and Hal David released the song What the World Needs Now Is Love (originally sung by Jackie DeShannon) in 1965, the United ...

23/03/2020

It's Time' for Women to Play a Bigger Role in Music Tech

When alumna Jasmine Kok M.M. '18 began her coursework at Berklees campus in Valencia, Spain, she noticed something: there were no female faculty members and...

23/03/2020

How to Support Artists During the COVID-19 Outbreak

As venues, tours, and festivals shut down in response to aggressive public health measures aimed at flattening the COVID-19 curve, musicians who rely on live gi...

18/03/2020

Scene at Berklee: Noa and Gil Dor

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

17/03/2020

The Music of Heartbeats

The human heart makes a distinctive two-beat sound, familiar to anyone who's ever listened through a stethoscope or felt their own pounding heart. For music...

17/03/2020

Berklee Students Find Harmony in A Cappella Groups

Walk down the halls of any Berklee building and you're likely to hear music: guitar riffs, piano scales, an ensemble mid-rehearsal. But sometimes, usually i...

06/03/2020

Berklee Announces Creation of Dream Theater Scholarship

Berklee and Dream Theater announce the creation of the Dream Theater Scholarship Fund. In celebration of the band's 35th anniversary, Dream Theater and Berk...

03/03/2020

Guerilla Opera to Perform at the Kennedy Center

Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni group Guerilla Opera will perform Rumpelstiltskin in a free concert at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts ...

03/03/2020

5 Self-Care Tips for Songwriters

Emily Shackelton '07 holds the coveted title of professional songwriter. On a journey that took her from Biwabik, Minnesota, to Berklee College of Music to ...

03/03/2020

Scene at Berklee: Billy Childs and Kenny Werner

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

27/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: Jeff Harleston

When Jeff Harleston became an entertainment lawyer in the mid-1990s, he'd never done a contract negotiation. As a litigator who was part of the prosecution ...

27/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: Songwriting Sprint

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

26/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: Michael League

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

25/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: Jeff Coffin

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

20/02/2020

Miguel Zenn Berklee Quintet Performs at the Red Room at Cafe 939

On March 11, the Miguel Zen n Berklee Quintet will perform at the Red Room at Cafe 939. Led by jazz saxophone legend Miguel Zen n B.M. 98, the concert will fea...

20/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: YBN Cordae

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

15/02/2020

Scene at Berklee: Grandmaster Flash

Scene at Berklee presents snapshots and stories from the hundreds of clinics, workshops, performances, and other events that take place in our community year-ro...

13/02/2020

You've Probably Never Heard This Instrument. Matthew Baker Wants to Change That.

Sometimes, innovation begins with a look to the past. In 2004, before he joined...

11/02/2020

Associate Professor Margaret McAllister Named Fulbright Scholar

Margaret McAllister, an associate professor in the Composition Department, has been named a Fulbright Scholar. With her award, Berklee has been recognized in th...

10/02/2020

Berklee Presents The Show-a Pop Music Spectacle-on March 5

Acclaimed producer, musician, and composer Rob Lewis '94 will present The Show as part of the Signature Series at Berklee on Thursday, March 5, at 8:00 p.m....

07/02/2020

Berklee Stars Dance for a Cause

The Richard Ortner Studio Building at Boston Conservatory at Berklee saw a different kind of dance performance recently, as nine members of Berklee's facult...

06/02/2020

Charene Wade on Setting Boundaries and Creating Connections

Singer, composer, arranger, and educator Charen e Wade was the latest guest of the Gathering, an ongoing series hosted by the Institute of Jazz and Gender Justi...

04/02/2020

Berklee and Boston Public Library Launch New Winter Concert Series

The Boston Public Librarys Winter Concert Series, presented in partnership with Berklee, features free acoustic concerts by Berklee artists performing in styles...

04/02/2020

Berklee Presents The Coming: Black History Month Celebration

The Signature Series at Berklee presents The Coming: Black History Month Celebration on Thursday, February 27, at 7:30 p.m. at the Berklee Performance Center. T...

03/02/2020

Precious Perez Draws Musical and Academic Inspiration from Agua de Valencia

Each semester, dozens of Berklee students swap their Berklee IDs for passports, traveling across the ocean to study at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain. ...

01/02/2020

8 Ways to Graduate on Time (and with Less Debt)

Navigating the world of college can be overwhelming-especially when youre trying to graduate on time and pay for it all. But there are ways to put together a pl...

31/01/2020

Can You Land a Successful Career with a Performing Arts Degree?

As the story goes, Ray Charles, with 12 minutes left in a four-hour show near Pittsburgh in 1958, had run out of material. He took a breath, placed his fingers ...

31/01/2020

Berklee Announces Spring 2020 Signature Series

The Signature Series at Berklee returns with performances by students, faculty, alumni, and world-renowned, award-winning musicians. The spring half of the 2019...

29/01/2020

Berklees Student Newspaper Finds a New Groove

Berklee's online student newspaper has a fresh look for 2020-and, its editorial staff is hoping, a new sound as well. The redesigned Berklee Groove websit...

27/01/2020

Abria Smith Appointed to the Boston Cultural Council

Abria Smith, associate director of community engagement in Berklees Office of Community and Government Relations, has been named to the Boston Cultural Council....

27/01/2020

Berklee Alumni Win Grammys on Music's Biggest Night

Berklee alumni were recognized with the music industry's highest honor on Sunday, January 26, at the 62nd Grammy Awards. Esperanza Spalding B.M. 05 '18...

24/01/2020

The Women of Jazz's Next Generation Are More than Extraordinary'

The Monterey Jazz Festival has been a mainstay of jazz artistry and innovation for more than 60 years, known not just for its annual concert series, but also fo...

23/01/2020

Precious Perez Draws Musical and Academic Inspiration from Agua de Valencia'

Each semester, dozens of Berklee students swap their Berklee IDs for passports, traveling across the ocean to study at Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain. ...

23/01/2020

Yoron Israel Named Chair of the Percussion Department

Berklee has named Yoron Israel chair of the Percussion Department. Israel, a drummer, composer, bandleader, vibraphonist, percussionist, and author, previously ...

22/01/2020

Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice Celebrates New Standards by Women Composers

Students representing the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice will perform with jazz greats Terri Lyne Carrington, Kris Davis, and Linda May Han Oh on ...

22/01/2020

You Cant Be It if You Dont See It: Ayanna Pressley Urges Representation in the Arts

The annual Berklee City Music Unsung Heroes Ceremony celebrates the contribution...

18/01/2020

DOMi and JD Beck to Perform at the Red Room at Cafe 939

On February 12, DOMi and JD Beck will perform at the Red Room at Cafe 939 at Berklee. Having received worldwide acclaim for their personal brand of jazz music, ...

17/01/2020

Little Big Towns New Lead Track Has Berklee Roots

Hillary Reynolds B.M. 10 has been writing songs for long enough to know: you can never be sure where a song's journey will lead. The songwriting alumna, ...

14/01/2020

Overwatch Composer Adam Burgess Charts a Path from Berklee to Blizzard Entertainment

A few years after graduating from Berklee with a degree in contemporary writing ...

08/01/2020

Student Clubs Offer Friendship, Experience, and Even a Little Magic

The average Berklee student has a packed schedule. Besides their regular coursework, students spend their time taking private lessons, participating in (often m...

21/12/2019

Listen to the Berklee Artists Who Made 2019s Best Music

It was a great year for music-especially for the 28 Berklee community members who earned Grammy nominations, and for the impressive number whose contributions t...

20/12/2019

Slideshow: Berklee Student Ensembles Show off Their Skills

Each semester, Berklees student ensembles wrap up their coursework with public performances around campus, sharing the music theyve been working on for months. ...

18/12/2019

Five Decades on, Jimmy Buffett Is Still Cultivating His Audience

The students who showed up to the Berklee Performance Center on a recent afternoon weren't searching for a lost shaker of salt. But what they found, as they...

18/12/2019

Tonya Butler Named Chair of Music Business/Management

Tonya Butler Image courtesy of Kelly Davidson Berklee College of Music has appointed Tonya Butler as chair of the Music Business/Management Department. She wi...

17/12/2019

Applications Open for the Julio Iglesias Scholarship

The Latin Grammy Cultural Foundation is accepting applications for the Julio Iglesias Scholarship from students admitted to Berklee College of Music who are int...

13/12/2019

Student Advice for a Smooth Finals Week

Finals week is fast approaching, and with it, the pressure that end-of-semester projects and exams can build. The team of peer wellness educators in Berklees Of...

11/12/2019

Former Fox Music President Robert Kraft Makes His Own Lane

Addressing the packed Berk Recital Hall on campus last month, music industry giant Robert Kraft seemed astonished to find himself looking back on his career wit...

11/12/2019

Berklee Contemporary Symphony Orchestra Performance Spans Countries, Cultures, and History

On November 22, the anniversary of President John F. Kennedys assasination in 19...