In this exclusive video series, Harry Gregson-Williams reflects on his career and shares his advice for establishing your own career as a film composer.
Winter is a challenging time for vocalists between the dry air, frequent traveling and performing, and increased chance of catching a cold. We have some tips to help your vocal cords combat the cold.
Even though Berklee Online is one of the most affordable ways to earn your music degree, you’re still making a big investment in your future. Learning how to finance your education is going to make you feel even more confident in this decision and can help you cut down on your tuition costs.
As the seventh season of the ‘Music is My Life’ podcast approaches, now is a great time to catch up on the best episodes from the past year.
We asked Berklee Online’s faculty members what film, TV, or game scores they are currently streaming, and created a Spotify playlist so that you can add these pieces and composers to your rotation.
Dr. E Michael Harrington is one of the preeminent figures in the world on music copyright and intellectual property matters. Famously, he worked as a consultant and expert witness to return “We Shall Overcome” and “This Land Is Your Land” to the public domain. In this Q&A, Harrington talks about falling into the music business accidentally, his extensive background in music, and the lessons he’s learned along the way in his career where music law and business intersect.
Bonnie Hayes wants you to throw out the idea that songwriting can only be done when inspiration hits. Hayes is the director of Berklee Online’s new Master of Arts in Songwriting degree program, and has designed the curriculum to prepare students to write marketable songs at a moment’s notice.