Attn Players Needed for James Brown Ensemble Fall '13

James Brown Ensemble, Enrb-300-001 with faculty member Kenwood Dennard

Class meets every Tuesday from 4-6 pm , 1140, room B

Instrumentation needed   1 male vocalist, 1 female vocalist, 1 tpt, 1 alto tenor, 1 trombone, 1 tuba, 1 baritone sax

Please email Kenwood Dennard at to audition


MARE DUO in concert at Berklee


MARE DUO in concert at Berklee

Annika Lückebergfeld Hinsche (mandolin)

Fabian Hinsche (guitar)


On Wednesday 25 September at 7pm Mare Duo will perform in the Berk Recital Hall, including the premiere Allen LeVines’  “Westfälische Notturnos” in a program of music from the Baroque to the 21st century. 


"Healthy Voice 2013: What to Know Before the Curtain Goes Up." Monday, September 23, 1-3pm, 1A, 1140 Boyl

"Healthy Voice 2013: What to Know Before the Curtain Goes Up." Monday, September 23, 1-3pm, 1A, 1140 Boyl
Janice Pendarvis, Associate Professor, Voice, Berklee has set this up...

You're Invited to Hacking Arts

MIT's first annual festival and hackathon exploring the intersection of arts, entertainment, technology, and entrepreneurship.

Tutoring for MTEC-111, 112 & 222 classes

To MTEC-111, MTEC-112 and MTEC-222 students,

During this semester, we have a Music Technology Tutor available 15 hours a week in case you need tutoring for MTEC-111, MTEC-112 or MTEC-222:

MTEC Tutor – Beau Wright <>
Electronic Production and Design Office, 161 Mass Ave., Rm. 401
Monday        11am - 4pm
Tuesday        11am - 5pm
Thursday        1pm - 5pm

Tutoring for EP classes

To Students in EP classes,

We are pleased to announce that our Tutors for this semester are:

Tutor for EPD classes EP-220, 223, 225, 320...etc.
     EPD office, 161 Mass Ave., Rm. 401
     Beau Wright <>
     Mon  11am - 4pm
     Tue   11am - 5pm
     Thu    1pm - 5pm

The Business of Hip Hop Symposium Student Ambassador Volunteers needed


Wednesday October 2nd 7pm at the Berklee Performance Center

The Seventh Annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium, presented by the Berklee Music Business/Management department, features a celebration of one of the most influential genres of music in today's record industry. This event will include a panel discussion with several prominent hip-hop/urban music industry executives and showcase performances by selected hip-hop/urban artists in a segment called Show Me What You Got!

Jazz Revelations Records Work Study & Volunteer positions open for student-run record label

Interested in working at and running a Record Label?  CD Production, Marketing and Promotion, Artists & Community Relations.  Looking for candidates with administrative and technical skills and a great work ethic.  Must be able to prioritize, work individually and in a group.  


Auditions for the next album will open soon and we need your creativity.


For more information or to send your resume, email Geneise Israel at



Internship Advising for Spring Begins Soon!

Students interested in a spring internship may meet with their internship coordinator beginning Monday, September 23.