Co-founders and artists of Queer Music Agency at their March 2024 launch party.

Pride Month Music Recs from the World’s First Queer Music Agency

Queer Music Agency is exactly what it sounds like: a music agency that represents solely queer artists, and it’s the only known business in the world doing this. Co-founders of the US branch, Aliya Bloom and Emily Burnett, share their business origin story and music recs from their 14 artists, including Eph See and TOMGIRL504EVER.

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Jordan Rose on Drumming with Maggie Rogers, Laufey, and Jacob Collier

Berklee alum and accomplished drummer, Jordan Rose, takes a break from the road touring with Maggie Rogers to discuss his career in music, which includes drumming on Laufey’s Grammy-winning album, and being in the studio with Jacob Collier. Oh, and he also reminisces about being an Advisor with Berklee Online.

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Academic Advisor by Day, DJ by Night: Freesia Denyse’s 5 Tips to Start DJing

Academic advising and DJing share the common requirements of empathy and emotional intelligence. Academic Advisor and DJ Freesia Denyse shares her five tips to start DJing.

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Berklee Online’s Class of 2024: A Testament to Tenacity

On May 11, members of Berklee Online’s class of 2024 will gather in Boston to take part in this year’s Commencement ceremony, alongside their Berklee campus peers. Read the inspiring stories of six Berklee Online graduates as they reflect on their experiences and share what’s in store for their futures.

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Breanna Dickerson on Berklee Graduation and Entrepreneurship

Breanna Dickerson, who is a member of Berklee Online’s class of 2024, shares the lessons that she’s learned during her time in the Music Business program, which involve auditioning for America’s Got Talent, interning for Universal Music Group, and rebranding her award-winning Christian hip-hop duo, F.L.O.G.I.C.

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Are You Ready for It? New Taylor Swift Songwriting Masterclass

Berklee Online instructor Scarlet Keys is leading a new Masterclass called “The Songwriting Secrets of Taylor Swift,” a two-hour session that serves as a bite-size online version of the popular course she teaches at the Berklee College of Music campus in Boston. Learn what particular Tay-Tay songwriting tricks Scarlet appreciates most.

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Songs about Climate Change and the Environment

Earth Day is April 22, and now is a great time to listen to songs about climate change and the environment, to reflect on ways we can lean into our collective responsibility.

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Berklee Online Music Courses Unlock Potential in Juvenile Justice Programs

Berklee Online has partnered with the Department of Youth Services in Massachusetts, and other juvenile justice programs across the US, to offer students the opportunity to earn college credit by taking online music courses.

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How to Write Original Holiday Songs

’Tis the season to spice up your catalog of originals with holiday songwriting tips courtesy of songwriter Brady Rymer, Berklee Online songwriting instructors Andrea Stolpe and Jimmy Kachulis, as well as Berklee’s Joe Bennett, who helped compose what is winkingly known as “the happiest Christmas song, according to science.”

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Paul Zarvis on Pursuing His Berklee Degree When He’s 64

Nearly four decades after leaving Berklee College of Music’s campus, 64-year-old Paul Zarvis is pursuing his bachelor’s degree in Music Production through Berklee Online.