Education, Music, and Technology (EMT)

Education, Music, and Technology (EMT) is going to be a two-day event of short presentations, hardware/software demonstrations and interactive experiences exploring ideas regarding the use of technology in education and music. Students, faculty and staff are invited to submit proposals by November 1.

Similar to TED talks, presentations will be dynamic and engaging, ranging from 5 to 15 minutes long.

Berklee Beat

Catch up with late summer and early fall Berklee happenings. You'll read about Convocation, Opening Day, new chairs in Songwriting and Liberal Arts, and students performing at the Newport Folk Festival, among other news.

Comings and Goings

By
Mark Small

Bonnie Hayes has been named the chair of the college’s Songwriting Department.

New Book by Carolyn Wilkins

Professor of Ensembles Carolyn Wilkins has a new book available from the University of Missouri Press.   Four years in the making, They Raised Me Up: A Black Single Mother and the Women Who Inspired Her is the sequel to Damn Near White, Carolyn's 2010 memoir about her grandfather.  They Raised Me Up is the story of how Carolyn, then a single mother and struggling jazz musician, survived her first year in Boston back in 1986.

Discounted Subscriptions to Billboard Magazine

Billboard Magazine and Berklee City Music have partnered together to offer discounted Billboard subscriptions to the Berklee community. Save up to 60% on print, iPad, and line subscriptions using the promo code BBSTUDENT2013.

For more information, visit this Billboard page.

Envisioning Berklee in 2025

Henrique deAlmeida and World News

Thursday / October 17, 2013 / 7:30 p.m.
David Friend Recital Hall
 
 

Drummer Henry De Almeida presents his fusion band, World News, an all-Berklee-faculty ensemble. He join forces with fusion greats Steve Hunt on keyboards, Sal Difusco on guitar, Dino Govani on sax and Joe Santerre on bass.

$10 Shenyun Symphony Orchestra Tickets - Tonight at Symphony Hall

Check out the Shenyun Symphony Orchestra tonight at 8:00 p.m. at Boston Symphony Hall.
Special walk-up rate for students with valid ID: $10.
 

Visiting Artist Series: Eric Krasno

Soulive guitarist will give a clinic for all instrumentalists . Topics will include ensemble playing, getting a band playing together and soloing. He will perform with a guitar faculty Jeffrey Lockhart and a student band.

Wednesday, October 16th, 1:00 pm Clinic Berklee Performance Center
136 Massachusetts avenue

Sponsored by the Guitar Department 

 

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