KidsJam is a free early childhood (3–5 years) music education program provided to the community. During these fun and interactive workshops, kids learn about music while Berklee music education students, led by faculty members Libby Allison and Charlene Ryan, practice their teaching skills.
The program is intended to introduce young children to a variety of musical activities essential to a well-rounded music education. These include singing and sound exploration; moving; playing rhythm instruments; and creating, listening, and responding to music. In addition, kids learn about a variety of musical concepts and instruments.
Sessions are limited to 20 children, and registration is required. Email email@example.com for registration and program information.
Attention all Berklee cellists: You are invited to a cello party. Grab your cello and join us in Room 1A. We'll play luscious music for multiple cellos, and bask in the richness of our sound. For more information, contact Arnold Friedman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 617 747-8185.
Friedman is an associate professor of composition and adjunct cello instructor at Berklee, and a composer, cellist, and coproducer with the Marty Theater. Recently his composition "Upon Awakening" was performed by the Tchaikovsky Conservatory Symphony Orchestra in Moscow. He has performed in the cello sections of the Dallas Opera orchestra, the Honolulu Symphony, and the Pro Arte Chamber Orchestra of Boston.