Six members of Berklee Online’s Music Production master’s class of 2022—Kristen Long, Dan Minchom, Rossely Paul, Owen Longjohn, Craig Limey, and Christopher T. Thompson Sr.—have been recognized with awards for their excellence in music production for innovation, multicultural diversity, and engineering.
Seba Stephens—and his dad, Everett Stephens—share what it’s been like for a 10-year-old who took to music so young and so fast, taking music courses at a college level.
Berklee Online course authors Brad Hatfield and Gaye Tolan Hatfield have earned a 2022 Daytime Emmy Award, along with Lydia Harrell, Jeff Meegan, and RC Cates, for “Outstanding Original Song.” The winning track is titled “Grateful For It All” and appeared on the soap opera “The Young and the Restless.”
For the first time in two years, Berklee Online’s graduating students traveled to Boston from all over the world to receive their diplomas in person at the 2022 Commencement ceremony. Read the impressive stories of five students from the Class of 2022.
June is Pride Month and here are 15 LGBTQIA+ artists who you should listen to not only now, but year-round.
Some say that music NFTs are the future of the music industry, while others say that they’re a fad that will come and go. Let’s talk about what music NFTs are, how to buy and sell them, and what two Berklee community members say about their viability.
Music education is not a priority in US juvenile justice facilities, and BreakFree Education and Berklee Online are teaming up to try and change that.
Learn how John Waupsh set out to create the best bank for musicians, Nerve, which is specifically designed for people working in the creative economy.
After graduating with his master’s degree from Berklee Online, Alex Halloran started and sold his own record company in less than a year.