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Kevin Harris, associate professor of piano, is coleading the legendary jazz club’s house band.
Juan Luis Guerra
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Juan Luis Guerra, Berta Rojas, Javier Limón, Nicole Zignago, and Paulina Aguirre are among this year's nominees.
The Berklee Jazz and Gender Justice Group performs on October 6 at the Red Room at Cafe 939.
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The concert will feature music from the institute’s book, New Standards, as well as original compositions by students.
Lena Glikson-Nezhelskaya B.M. ’15 won an Emmy Award for her sound editing on Netflix’s Stranger Things.
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Four alumni were recognized for their accomplishments in composition, sound mixing, and sound editing.
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The latest in a career of firsts, the Berklee alumna is the first woman to compose for the NFL—and its first new theme in 16 years.
Students perform at Berklee Valencia’s commencement concert, La Nit de Berklee, in 2019.
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As Berklee's campus in Spain turns 10, take a look back at how it became a global hub for creativity and innovation.
The Berklee Jazz and Gender Justice Group
This year's series welcomes celebrated artists, such as Kenny Barron and Dee Dee Bridgewater, and features Berklee’s first ever headphones-based concert.
Fabiola M. Méndez
Méndez is one of four musicians to be awarded the $25,000 grant for the 2022–2023 season.
Berklee Valencia students perform on campus at the City of Arts and Sciences in Valencia, Spain.
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In this video series, hear the stories of Berklee Valencia alumni from around the globe, in their own words.
The Berklee Indian Ensemble
Berklee's in-house Indo-jazz superstars celebrate their first decade and step into the future with their debut album.