This course focuses on the personal investment portfolio.
Aspects of private studio teaching including pedagogy, literature, technology, and business considerations. Philosophy and attitudes essential to the successful private instructor.
A study of the concepts, skills, and practices of entrepreneurship with the goal of preparing the student to realistically deal with the essentials of setting up a business in the music industry in
Development of career goals from musical interests and aspirations, and behaviors that will foster and enable the transition from student to professional.
A seminar in which students receive individualized guidance in the preparation and completion of their graduation project.
Monitored and evaluated professional work experience in a retail, entrepreneurial, or corporate environment matched to the student's individual career goals.
This class is designed to offer fundamentals ofmovement and dance for musicians.
This course provides an introduction to the fundamental concepts of finance. Various techniques of analysis that reveal the relationships of risk, return, and value are demonstrated.
This class meets for 2 hours each week dividing class time into two equal segments where the instructor lectures, taking students on a chronological tour of the significant events in Marley's
This multipurpose course provides an opportunity for students to participate in a "nonstylistic" improvisational environment as a means to explore musical communication and develop improv
This multipurpose course is a continuation of Improvisation Concepts Workshop 1, and provides a "nonstylistic" improvisational environment as a means to explore musical communication and
Monitored and evaluated professional work experience for the performance major. Upon completion of the internship, students will submit a project/portfolio.
This course is a high-level playing class that explores the various melodic roles of the instruments.
This course is a seminar style assembly for the student body of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.
This course will engage students in the musical and lyrical analysis in the varied styles of Kenny "Babyface" Edmonds.
This course will study all aspects of professional-level concert production.
Application of scales, modes, arpeggios, and passing tones to improvisation on the bass. Study of repertoire and recordings is utilized to discuss and analyze major bass styles and performers.
A systematic approach to forming well-defined bass lines.
A performance history of the electric bass from the 1950s to the present.
Students will transcribe and perform solos and lines of major bass players in jazz. Projects chosen to reflect many different styles found throughout the history of jazz.