Student Activities Center Hours During Break

Congratulations to those in the 12-Week Summer Program for completing another semester! 

For those of you who will be around for the next few weeks before the fall semester begins, please note that the SAC hours will be as follows:

Monday-Friday 9:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. Regular hours will resume on Monday, September 8.

As always, please feel free to contact us at (617) 747-2560 or at studentactivities@berklee.edu

Glamour's Top 10 College Women - submit for chance at $20,000 scholarship

Berklee women in the class of 2016, apply for Glamour Magazine's Top 10 College Women. Info:

For the past 58 years, Glamour has been recognizing ten outstanding college women: scientists, athletes, activists, businesswomen. Read more about the 2014 winners online here: http://www.glamour.com/inspired/glamour-top-10-college-women.

Retirement One-on-Ones

Want a chance to sit down and review your Berklee retirement account? Sign up for a private, one-on-one meeting with a representative from Transamerica.

Review your quarterly statement, discuss investment options, learn about planning tools available on the Transamerica website and ask questions about your account.

These are private sessions and appointments are required.

USA Songwriting Competition Winners

USA Songwriting Competition Winners

Established in 1995, the USA Songwriting Competition selects winners from 15 different song categories including pop, rock, country, r&b, jazz, world, folk, and more.

The results of the 17th Annual USA Songwriting Competition were recently announced and members of the Berklee community made an impressive showing.

 

Mike Schmid ’01 contest overall first-prize winner and first prize, children’s music category

Colin McCaffrey ’90 first-prize   winner, jazz category

Wendy Jill Cohen ’92 finalist, children’s music category

Gernot Wolfgang ’89 finalist, instrumental music category

Catie Offerman (current student) finalist, country music category

Leni Stern ’80 honorable mention, world music category

Andy Bianco ’88 honorable mention, jazz category

Luiz Fernando Costa e Silva

Luiz Fernando Costa e Silva (aka Nando Costa) of Juiz de Fora, Brazil, is head engineer for the Versão Acústica Studio in São João Nepomuceno, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The studio launched the label Versão Acústica in partnership with Sony Music Brazil. Visit www.estudioversaoacustica.com.br. 

Nick Suda

Nick Suda of Renton, WA, released the album Mixed Metaphors under the artist name Cloud Canvas. Visit www.nicksuda.com. 

Brian Paulding

Trombonist Brian Paulding of Jamaica Plain, MA, recorded with Akhil Gopal ’12 and Leon Cotter on the album People Hear What They See by Oddisee. Visit www.brianpaulding.com. 

Sam Moss

Guitarist Sam Moss of Brattleboro, VT, won a MacDowell Colony fellowship where he composed music for the solo album The Tempest May Howl. He curated the compilation album Imaginational Anthem Volume Five. He has also toured and recorded with the Howling Kettles, who released two albums in 2012. 

Bryan Laurier

Bryan Laurier of Turner, ME, produced and mixed Bryan Laurier & the Lost Acres: Bought & Sold, featuring a number of alumni serving as engineers and performers. Visit www.bryanlaurier.com. 

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