For our last installment of the year, we're stoked to bring you five incredibly talented, passionate, and hardworking students who are kicking butt and making Berklee proud!
Passion Pit’s Ian Hultquist sat down with us to chat about the band’s journey, the Berklee professor who impacted his career the most, and why he thinks Berklee students should just try to have fun making music in order to have the best shot at success.
Panos Panay '94, founder/CEO of Sonicbids, explains why you should pay attention in your conducting class if you ever want to be CEO of a company.
Jonathan Screnci tells us about the journey that led him to where he is today, what it takes to be hired in the entertainment industry, and gives us an inside look at what his day-to-day as a manager of a bunch of blue people is like (which, as it turns out, is anything but routine).
Berklee band Naughty Octopus describes themselves as a “psychaclectic future funk” band dedicated to making listeners get up and dance.
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.
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.