Win $10,000 through Generous U contest

Generous U is a national contest to stimulate increased philanthropy and philanthropic values on college campuses. Generous U is sponsored by the Sillerman Center for the Advancement of Philanthropy, whose mission it is to democratize and strengthen social justice philanthropy.

Middle Eastern Fusion Ensemble ENGB-400-001

Middle Eastern Fusion Ensemble ENGB-400-001
An advanced performance ensemble geared towards the fundamentals of traditional music from the Middle East, the Mediterranean and the Balkans, as well as the exploration of new sounds and the bridging of musical traditions. Contemporary and fusion music from these regions will also be performed. Original arrangements and compositions encouraged.

Open to all instruments (horns, rhythm section, percussion, strings).
Contact for more info

Free Flu Shots for All Faculty and Staff

Save the dates: On October 1 and November 6, HR will be offering free flu shots to all faculty and staff. No appointment required.

Margot Hinchey is the New Concerts and Events Coordinator

Please help us welcome Margot Hinchey as the new Berklee City Music Concerts and Events Coordinator. Margot comes to us with a Bachelor's in Business Marketing from Radford University. Her work experiences include event coordination, marketing, and child development, where she spent time working with children with mental and physical disabilities. She looks forward to serving the Berklee and City Music communities. She is a great addition to our team.

LinkedIn Basics: A Workshop for Musicians

Join the CDC for LinkedIn Basics: A Workshop for Musicians on Wednesday, September 25, 2013 from 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the Steve Heck Room.

Berklee City Music Network Conference 2013


American Popular Music, The Untold Story II: Excellence and Access

October 28-30, 2013 in Memphis, Tennessee
Presented by Berklee City Music Network and Stax Music Academy

Productivity Tools for Success

Exciting things are happening this fall as Training and Support rolls out a new training series entitled Productivity Tools for Success.  This three-part training will offer instruction and information on the latest productivity tools that can help to boost your overall productivity and give you a foundation of knowledge that will help you to do your job more efficiently.  These training sessions will be offered for the next three months, with each month focusing on one productivity tool. Also being offer in December is the increasingly popular Project Management Workshop.

Reminder: Informer 3 will retire for Group 3 on October 1

The departments of Admissions, Human Resources, Payroll, Faculty, Chairs, and Faculty Admins will retire Visit the Informer 3 Retirement Project Central site for more information.



Wednesday 4:00 PM - 5:50 PM

FALL 2013


Analysis of music from South American countries such as Peru, Ecuador, Venezuela, Colombia, Argentina, and Brazil; their different styles from Folk, Pop, Rock, classical, Jazz, Urban, Contemporary, among others.

Learn how to write in many of these styles and how to incorporate their music elements in your own music.


This class will give credits towards the new “Latin minor”

Register online.