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Drawing from traditional Malagasy music, island grooves, and Western pop, Raza's song reflects her own definition of home.
The virtual concert series celebrates Black History Month, Carole King's Tapestry, and Berklee College of Music’s 75th anniversary.
Giovanni Rotondo B.M. ’06
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Rotondo created Film Scoring Tips to establish himself in London and to help fellow composers, but ended up creating a hub for a disparate community.
Over 250 students and alumni perform "Say Something" as part of the #BerkleeTogether Concert Series.
Watch the monumental #BerkleeTogether Concert Series event on January 27 at 8:00 p.m. ET.
Lenny Wee B.M. ’08
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Lenny Wee B.M. ’08 played a major role in the pop star’s stirring performance at the U.S. Capitol this week.
Singer, songwriter, and guitarist Adrianne Lenker B.M. '12
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The prolific, Grammy-nominated musician talked about the mystery of songwriting and why she values the organic way she's built an audience.
Despite hitting the music industry hard with the pandemic, 2020 couldn't stop great music. Listen to some of the year's best music created by Berklee artists, producers, and songwriters.
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A yearslong collaboration among three alumni keeps Cydnie Breazeale, who is deaf and blind, connected to music—and to each other.
Piao Huang B.M. ’20
When T-Pain tells you you're an artist, it's hard to disagree.
Engineer Justin Sheriff B.M. '16
Justin Sheriff B.M. '16 talks about how "Ashes," a song he recorded, mixed, and mastered, ignited on TikTok and led to a record deal.