Berklee Online presents
Jamelle Houston

Jamelle Houston on his Grandfather’s Legacy, his Nonprofit, and BLM

Incoming Berklee Online master’s student Jamelle Houston discusses his music career and what keeps him coming back to his hometown of Temple, Texas.

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Berklee Online Student Floyd Foster

Berklee Online Student Floyd Foster on What Black Lives Matter Means to Him

Bassist and Berklee Online student Floyd Foster talks about what Black Lives Matter means to him as a musician and father of three.

Gabrielle Davis stands in front of a colorful brick wall wearing headphones.

Berklee Online Alum Gabrielle Davis’ Nonprofit Offers Music Education to Students in Flint

Gabrielle Davis is a drummer, a DJ, a new mother, and a graduate of Berklee Online. In 2014, she founded her music mentoring nonprofit, Dream League, to offer music education for students in her hometown of Flint, Michigan.

Berklee Online 2020 graduates Allegra Hernandez, Carrie Lane Pearlman, and Ryan Harris.

Berklee Online’s Class of 2020 Celebrate Commencement from Their Own Spaces

Berklee Online’s graduating class of 2020 share stories of resiliency and celebrating virtual Commencement from their own spaces during the coronavirus pandemic.

How Student Shelbie Rassler Created the Viral “What the World Needs Now” Video

Shelbie Rassler, a senior composition student at the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and a Berklee Online student, orchestrated a video of 75 of her peers performing “What the World Needs Now.” She shares how she did it.

Student studying guitar.

5 Ways for Musicians to Collaborate While Practicing Social Distancing Amid the Coronavirus Outbreak

Social distancing can be a strange new concept for musicians who are used to playing in bands and being around other creatives on a regular basis. Here are five ways that you can collaborate with other musicians while waiting out coronavirus.

Katie Day Starts Music Production House After Berklee Online Course

After 10 years working in the music industry, Katie Day enrolled in Peter Bell’s course at Berklee Online where she learned how to write and produce music for advertising. One year later, she started her own music production house out of Los Angeles.

Myra Molloy Completes Berklee Degree While Touring with Broadway’s ‘Miss Saigon’

When songwriting student Myra Molloy landed the alternate lead role of Kim in the national Broadway tour of “Miss Saigon” she contemplated dropping out of Berklee College of Music—before learning that she could complete her degree through Berklee Online.

Transfer Students Hit Their Stride at Berklee Online

Traditional four-year music programs can be restrictive to active musicians. Three students share their stories about how transferring to Berklee Online has allowed them to pursue their music careers close to home and on the road.

Berklee Online Student Starts Nonprofit to Provide Honduran Children Music Education

Rose Banuelos, a songwriting major at Berklee Online, established the nonprofit, Music for Purpose, which provides music education to vulnerable children in Honduras.