The Groove chats with Berklee entrepreneurs about their recent startup
With one of the most addicting songs we've heard all semester, our artist of the month for November, Betty Who, fills us in on who she is and what her music is all about.
Berklee grad (and former contributing writer for The Groove!) tells us about what really goes on behind the scenes of "The Voice," life after Berklee, and making a living off of touring.
Renowned pianist and Berklee faculty member Yoko Miwa returns to Scullers Jazz Club on Wednesday, November 14 for a concert featuring longtime partners Greg Loughman on bass and Scott Goulding on drums.
Wayne Krantz, Berklee alum and innovative guitarist, has just completed his first U.S. tour in support of his tenth album, Howie 61, a striking collection that melds Krantz’s engaging group improvisation and creative compositional approaches.
With over thirty years of experience as a professional conductor, Francisco Noya has had a long history leading both professional and youth orchestras all over the world.
Last month, four students were the lucky winners of the hidden Collegefest tickets in our first ever scavenger hunt and also won the chance to be featured in this super special edition of our "Artist/Band of the Month" series.
Joe Stump, Associate Professor on Berklee's guitar faculty and named by Guitar One magazine as one of the 10 fastest shredders of all time, discusses the release of his new album, Revenge of the Shredlord.