Q. What resources does Berklee's Archives offer for research and use in the classroom?

The Berklee Archives preserves materials that document the history, activities, and contributions of Berklee and Boston Conservatory’s academic and administrative departments, faculty, students, and alumni, with additional special collections in jazz and popular music. Areas of emphasis include the Schillinger System of Musical Composition, and the history of jazz in Boston. Available collections include oral histories, concert programs, event recordings, original scores and arrangements, faculty teaching materials, photos, news clippings, and more! Archival collections are accessible by appointment (archives@berklee.edu). Select digital collections are online at (archives.berklee.edu).


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  • Last Updated Sep 04, 2019
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  • Answered By Judith S. Pinnolis

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