Boston Marathon Information for April 15 and 21

Key Tips for the Marathon Tribute on April 15 and the 2014 Boston Marathon on April 21

  • Keep your Berklee photo ID easily accessible at all times.
  • Expect additional security checks if you carry bags or large containers.
  • Expect significant foot traffic and some road closures on Tuesday, April 15. Give yourself extra time to get to class.
  • Expect road closures all around the Back Bay on Monday, April 21. The Arlington and Copley T stations will also be closed.

Lizz Wright (ft. Eguie Castrillo & Terri Lyne Carrington)

Thursday / April 17, 2014 / 1:00 p.m.
David Friend Recital Hall
921 Boylston Street, Boston, MA, 02115

Broadway's Legally Blonde Musical Theater Writing Team - Wed. 2pm and 7pm

Wednesday April 9, 2014
 
Visiting artists LAWRENCE O'KEEFE ('93) and NELL BENJAMIN
Broadway Musical Theater Writing team
 

How would you like to be the next Mingus the Jazz Cat?

Auditions will be held by appointment on Friday, April 25 from 12-3 PM. Auditions will take about 20 minutes total. Here’s what to expect:

1.     We’ll ask you to put on the costume (bring with you a cotton t-shirt and light pants/shorts for underneath).

Celtic FUSION 2014, Am Fuaran: A Celebration of the Music of Scotland

On April 15 in the Red Room, we will launch FUSION's new 300 page eBook (including writing and photography by the Berklee community, featured artists from the U.S., as well as some of Scotland's greatest artists) with a rousing concert of Scottish Traditional music. Larry Bethune will be our MC. Jenna Moynihan, a brilliant fiddler in the Scottish tradition and recent alumna, is our music producer. Prof. Mark Simos will add his distinctive voice to the evening.

Envisioning 21st Century Business Model Series

The Music Business/ Management Department & The Professional Education Division presents: Envisioning 21st Century Business Model Series: Ethics And The New Music Industry (?). Please join us as the panel discusses the role of ethics in the music business.

Topics include: payola, contracts between artists and labels, rates paid by streaming services to artist, copyright, management/ artist relationship, branding and sponsorships, and sexism/ ageism in the industry.

  • Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014

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