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Emilia Jones in the film CODA
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The record-breaking Sundance film features musical contributions from students and alumni and tells the story of the hearing daughter of a deaf family who wants to attend Berklee.
#BerkleeAnywhere’s final performance will feature Boston-based rock band Mom Rock on August 30, 2021.
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The weekly performance series that has featured virtual student-artist collaborations since spring 2020 will end its run in August.
David Murillo R. B.M. '16
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Just five years after graduating, the Berklee alumnus landed a gig scoring the international hit show, Who Killed Sara? (Quién Mató a Sara?).
Sixteen Berklee vocalists practice at a dress rehearsal with NKOTB vocalist Joey McIntyre at Fenway Park on August 5.
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A group of 16 students sang with vocalist Joey McIntyre at a sold-out show on August 6.
Kris Davis, associate program director of creative development for the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, is a featured artist and curator for the institute's Bandcamp page.
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The platform features digital scores by the institute's grant recipients and prominent women in jazz.
Josh Gruss ’97, CEO and founder of Round Hill Music
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The scholarship fund will support financially and academically deserving students majoring in music business/management at the college.
Arooj Aftab B.M. '10
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The singer-songwriter's track was listed on former President Barack Obama's 2021 summer playlist.
Mj Rodriguez ’11
Rodriguez ’11, the first trans woman to be nominated in a lead acting category, is one of 26 Berklee alumni who received nominations.
Former BPMI artist Jackie Foster performs at Lollapalooza in 2019. Tristan Simone will take the stage at the same festival later this month.
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Berklee Popular Music Institute students and other Berklee-affiliated acts will perform at Lollapalooza, Inkcarceration, Music Midtown, and Welcome to Rockville.
Imagine Dragons bassist Ben McKee '09
The bassist is giving away $1,000 a day, for a year, to a wide range of charitable causes.