Each semester the students and faculty of the Music Education Department perform an eclectic program of choral and instrumental music. Ensembles may include some interesting instruments and musical surprises.
Performance anxiety—physical, behavioral, psychological, and common to anyone who's taken the stage.
Long thought of as an adult problem, this session will present research regarding its development and highlight the role teachers and educational practices may play. Join us as Berklee Music Education faculty member Charlene Ryan shares her latest research with us!
As the culmination of the Five-Week Summer Performance Program, Berklee City Music students will perform rock, pop, jazz, hip-hop, inspirational, and R&B songs. Scholarship awards are announced at the show.
Berklee City Music is a nonprofit program that harnesses the energy of contemporary music to provide music education to fourth- through twelfth-graders in underserved communities at 40 network sites, educating more than 16,000 students across the country. With year-round instruction, the Berklee PULSE™ Music Method online music education platform, expert faculty, individualized mentoring, and a comprehensive curriculum, Berklee City Music combines the breadth of Berklee College of Music resources, facilities, and available scholarships with an environment of attention and encouragement. Youth receive the tools and support they need to flourish as students, musicians, and, perhaps most importantly, confident and well-rounded individuals ready to shape the world.
$10 in advance, $15 day of show (discount applied at checkout)
Each semester, students and faculty from the Music Education Department come together to perform an eclectic program of choral and instrumental music. The program includes the MUED Concert Choir, Big Band, and Orff Ensemble, and always offers a great evening of music and a few wonderful surprises.