List of Berklee College of Music alumni

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The following contains both a list and sortable table of notable alumni of Berklee College of Music. Members of this list have attended Berklee for at least one full-time semester (not including honorary degrees or summer programs) and are notable in their respective field in the music industry. Some list members may have achieved notability in the entertainment industry unrelated to music, or may be notable for achievements not related to music or entertainment.

* Designates did not complete degree/diploma program. In parentheses is year of graduation.

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