Don Gorder, Chair of Music Business/Management, interviews John Clayton during this music-industry-focused session. This clinic is designed for John to share his experiences as a performer and businessman over a lengthy and impressive career.
Common Space is an event for people and about people. It is a place where any and all can come together to enjoy music, art, and poetry. It is designed to give local upcoming artists a platform to perform their craft and to give the local community a space to come together to enjoy these performances and connect with people they may not normally meet. Typically we find that when people share a common space, community building begins to happen. We want to encourage community building and offer this free event to all.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled. Refunds are available at the point-of-purchase site during business hours.
On national tour together for the first time and making one stop at the Berklee Performance Center, legends of comedy Robert Klein and Robert Wuhl will perform irreverently and off center in their stand-up best. This is two comedy heavyweights essentially for the price of one. Please note this event is not appropriate for children under age 12.
This evening features a mix of comedians who have appread on The Daily Show, as well as other comic performers. The lineup includes Eugene Mirman, Wyatt Cenac, Kristen Schaal, John Hodgman, and Bridget Everett.
Cuban-born Tania León, a vital personality on today's music scene, is a highly regarded composer and conductor recognized for her accomplishments as an educator and advisor to arts organizations.
She has been the subject of profiles on ABC, CBS, CNN, PBS, Univision (including their noted series Orgullo Hispano, which celebrates living American Latinos whose contributions in society have been invaluable), Telemundo, and independent films.
In 2013, she was the recipient of the prestigious 2013 ASCAP Victor Herbert Award, and in 2012 received both a Grammy nomination (for Best Contemporary Classical Composition) and a Latin Grammy nomination (for Best Classical Contemporary Composition). Among her numerous awards are a Pulitzer Prize nomination for Ácana, a Guggenheim Fellowship, and commissions from the Fromm Music Foundation and Koussevitzky Music Foundation.
Don Was is the president of Blue Note Records, the largest and oldest jazz record label. Blue Note boasts a "who's who" of jazz greats on its roster, and has recently been at the forefront of music that makes waves with the younger generations.
Artists such as Robert Glasper, Ambrose Akinmusire, Stefon Harris, Brian Blade, and Wayne Shorter represent some of the wide spectrum of current top artists working under the Blue Note brand. It is the ability to cross audiences that has made Blue Note such a resilient force in the music industry.
Experts return to Berklee to give students insights into the art of the viral video. Offered exclusively on-site to Berklee students, this event will be available on Concert Window for the general public to view.
The Bass Department is trying to reach ALL of the students who declared Performance and a Major or intend to, in order to pass as much information as possible so their graduation track doesn't get slowed down.
Enjoy a live performance of “Welcome to Night Vale,” which is a twice-monthly podcast starring Cecil Baldwin. The performance takes on the style of community updates for the fictional small desert town of Night Vale, featuring local weather, news, announcements from the sheriff's secret police, mysterious lights in the night sky, dark hooded figures with unknowable powers, and cultural events. The podcast has drawn praise as “a geeky cultural gem” (CBC) and “incredible, spooky, funny, and monumentally charming” (BoingBoing).