The Office of Alumni Affairs embraces our alumni as valuable members of a lifelong and global Berklee community. We strive to foster alumni engagement that supports you in your professional and personal pursuits. As one of our alumni, you are an ambassador of the college, trailblazer in music and beyond, and a generous supporter of what we do.
Thank you for being a part of this unique community.
You and a guest are invited to come on out to The Cutting Room, owned by alumnus Steve Walter '78, for this year's New York City alumni holiday party! Light refreshments will be provided. This event will be hosted by Berklee staff members Arielle Schwalm '10, Karen Bell '90, and Michael Gaskins '93. The Cutting Room is easily accessible on the N, R, and 6 trains. If you have any questions, please contact Alumni Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617-747-2012.
Please RSVP on Eventbrite.
We hope to see you there!
Rimon School of Music and Berklee College of Music are celebrating the signing of a unique agreement with the Beracha Foundation, which grants scholarships to the best Rimon jazz students who are continuing their studies at Berklee. The celebration’s attendees will include Debbie Bieri, senior advisor for Berklee; Tali Yariv, director of the Beracha Foundation; Amikam Kimelman, head of Rimon; and Yehuda Eder, president and founder of Rimon. The Jazz Institute Band will perform, with Ronen Shmueli serving as music director.
Featured guests include: Sheryl Bailey, guitarist and Berklee faculty member; Gil Dor, guitarist, producer, Berklee alumnus, and Rimon co-founder; Mordy Ferber, guitarist, Berklee alumnus, and Rimon faculty member; Eitan Itzcovich, drummer, Berklee alumnus, and Rimon faculty member; Noa (Achinoam Nini), star Israeli vocalist and graduate of Rimon; Ronen Shmueli, pianist, head of the Rimon Jazz Institute, and an alumnus of both Berklee and Rimon; Simon Starr, bassist and Rimon faculty member; and Tiger Okoshi, trumpeter and Berklee faculty member.
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