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NEASC Accreditation Town Hall Meeting

Wednesday / November 14, 2012 / 1:00 p.m.
David Friend Recital Hall
921 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02115

 

The members of the NEASC committee will be informing the community about the college's 10-year self-study reaccreditation process.

Admission: 
Free

Performance Wellness Institute

Tuesday / November 13, 2012 / 1:00 p.m.
David Friend Recital Hall
921 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02115
Admission: 
Free

Encore Gala

Saturday / October 25, 2008 / 6:00 p.m.
Boston Park Plaza
United States

Listen to the music of more than 150 exceptional faculty and student performers and mingle with special guests at Berklee's biggest party. Held annually for the past 14 years, the evening features live and silent auctions, including unique only-through-Berklee celebrity experiences and vacation packages, musical equipment, tickets to sporting and music events, and much more. All proceeds benefit the Berklee City Music Program. For more information, see the Gala website.

Admission: 
For reservations, call 617 747-2660

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / May 30, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / September 26, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / August 29, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / July 25, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / June 27, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Berklee Farmers Market

Wednesday / April 25, 2012 / 3:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

The 2012 season of the Berklee Farmers Market begins Wednesday, April 25. The last Wednesday of each month through October, from 3:00 to 6:00 p.m., the Berklee Farmers Market, sponsored by ARAMARK, will bring local produce, cheese, and baked goods to the nexus of the Back Bay and Fenway neighborhoods. The same local and organic food that Berklee uses in its cafeteria—from Jansal Valley (Dartmouth, MA), Backyard Farms (Madison, ME), Jonathan Sprouts (Rochester, MA), La Ronga Bakery (Somerville, MA), and other local food growers and producers—will be for sale at cost. The market is open to the public.

Berklee Farmers Market
7 Haviland Street Courtyard, Wednesdays, 3:00-6:00 p.m.

  • April 25
  • May 30
  • June 27
  • July 25
  • August 29
  • September 26
  • October 31

"I really love farmers markets," said Jessica Mackool, director of food service at ARAMARK, Berklee's dining service provider. "My family has a farm stand at a farmer's market in my hometown. I wanted to showcase some of the healthy, fresh, local offerings we use daily in our dining operations to the Berklee community and our neighbors. Spring is the perfect time to wake up our taste buds, and we can be even more sustainable and lower our carbon footprint by bringing the farm right to us."

Admission: 

Ellen Priest – Jazz: Thinking Out Loud, Reaching for Song

Wednesday / February 29, 2012 / 5:00 p.m.
Haviland Street Building
7 Haviland Street
Boston
MA
United States

Philadelphia-area abstract painter Ellen Priest has used jazz as the subject for her layered, collaged paintings since 1990. Her most recent work is a series of experimental drawings based on student jazz compositions from Berklee's Global Jazz Institute. The artist's drawings and collages will remain on view on the third floor of the 7 Haviland Building until mid-August 2012.

Music is a constant in Priest's sources of inspiration. She's inspired by the rhythmic and harmonic structures in jazz and related African and Latin American music. Other main influences in her art include Abstract Expressionism, Cézanne's late watercolors, and Matisse's compositional structure, as well as her athletic pursuits, since her paintings are all about movement. Priest's favorite sports are balance sports, where motion depends on weight and balance being thrown off-center, often in response to terrain, like skiing.

Priest received her M.Div. from Yale Divinity School in 1977 with a dual concentration in Christianity and the Visual Arts.

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