Berklee Online presents

Student Spotlight: Matt Chirichillo

In between tour commitments with former Eagles members Joe Walsh and Don Henley, Matt works on coursework for his Artist Management class.


How to Write Effective Cold and Cover Letters

Originally published in Chapter 12 of How to Get a Job in the Music and Recording Industry by Keith Hatschek How to Write Effective Cold and Cover Letters What’s the difference between a cold letter and a cover letter? A “cold letter” is one that is submitted, with or without your resume, in the hopes […]

BerkleeICE Releases “Transparency and Money Flows” Report

BerkleeICE, or the Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship, recently released a report titled “Transparency and Money Flows” detailing the lack of transparency in the music business.

Get a Job in the Music Industry! An interview with Keith Hatschek

Keith Hatschek’s book “How to Get a Job in the Music Industry” has helped thousands of people follow their dreams and find work helping to create more music in the world.

Networking That Works

One of the first questions I ask songwriters and artists I work with is, “what are you doing to network with other writers and artists?”

The Berklee Online Open Mic Series: Josh Rouse

Singer-songwriter Josh Rouse dropped by the Berklee Online offices not too long ago to speak with instructor Mike King about the music industry.

Watch Benji Rogers' Full Berklee Online Open Mic Series

PledgeMusic co-founder and Berklee Online instructor Benji Rogers stopped by our Boston offices to offer his advice on touring, merchandising, and more.

Why Take Music Business Finance?

Music Business Finance covers everything from understanding financial calculations to interest rates to crowd funding.

Tips for Sending Press Releases to Music Writers

If you take the time to promote your music to the right blogs and writers, you’ll see a greater return on your time investment.