Just in time for the new semester—starting September 26—Berklee Online is offering four brand new courses that will appeal to singers and pianists alike.
Berklee Online will unveil three new degree programs over the next year: a Master of Arts in Interdisciplinary Music Studies, a Bachelor of Arts in Voice Performance, and a Bachelor of Arts in Piano Performance.
If you could only use one pedal for the rest of your guitar-playing life, what would it be, and why? That is precisely what we asked a number of the course authors in the Berklee Guitar department. Their answers may surprise you!
Hear how Alex Born took advantage of Prior Learning Credits at Berklee Online, which allows students to forgo up to 30 credits—that could be up to 10 courses that the student doesn’t have to spend time or money taking.
The events unfolding in Ukraine are heartbreaking, tragic, and distressing. In this letter, Berklee Online CEO Debbie Cavalier and Berklee College of Music President Erica Muhl detail communications with Berklee Online students from the region.
Instructors of Music Business Trends and Strategies weigh in on what’s next for musicians, Spotify, and the music industry at large after the Neil Young/Joe Rogan Spotify standoff of 2022.