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Molly Tuttle & Golden Highway performing at Berklee's 2022 Encore Gala
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The American Roots Music Program alum played the title cut from her band's Grammy-nominated 2022 album, Crooked Tree.
Electronic, hip-hop, country, jazz, and every style in between: Berklee artists worked on some of the year's best releases—and critics took note.
Cédric Hanriot B.M. '08
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Cédric Hanriot B.M. '08, a self-taught pianist who entered Berklee at 31, released a jazz album that's impressed the critics—and mentor Herbie Hancock.
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What a year—Joni, CODA, Big Thief, Kendrick... Hop in the time machine and revisit some of Berklee’s biggest stories of 2022.
Fresh off a Grammy nomination for Shuruaat, the ensemble members share their stories and build a playlist of their musical influences.
Tiny Habits, left to right: Judah Mayowa ’21, Maya Rae, and Cinya Khan
The student trio unpacks its approach to creating striking vocal arrangements and shares its first studio track, "hemenway."
Nobuko Toda '03 and Kazuma Jinnouchi '02
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Metal Gear Solid and Halo composers Nobuko Toda ’03 and Kazuma Jinnouchi ’02 talk about the paths to their careers and what it takes to level up in the video-game industry.
“Barrio Maya and Múul Paax are trying to spread the message that, ‘Hey if we don’t do something, a huge part of our culture is going to be lost: our language,’” Guido Arcella M.M. '15 says.
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The Mayan people of Mexico’s Yucatán Peninsula breathe new life into their ancient heritage, with help from a Berklee alum.
As evidence of music therapy’s benefits grows, the practice is increasingly showing up in hospitals, schools, and more.
Sting and the Police
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Berklee's Signature Series will close out its fall lineup with a tribute to Sting's prolific career.