The Precious Metal Project

Thursday / February 27, 2014 / 8:15 p.m.
Berklee Performance Center

Tonight! Can Kemal: Dreams of Bosphorus

Tuesday / February 18, 2014 / 8:15 p.m.
Berklee Performance Center
 

Auditions: Musical Theatre Ensemble Fall 2014 -- For moving and acting instrumentalists

MUSICAL THEATER ENSEMBLE ENVC-370
Fall 2014: A Midsummer Night’s Dream

CALL FOR MOVING AND ACTING INSTRUMENTALISTS

2 credit ensemble class

SPRING 2014: Important Guitar Department Information

Guitar Night Student Showcases

Metal Night 2014 (From Joe Stump):   Attention metal guitar students, Metal Guitar Night this semester will be on Wednesday March 12th, if interested in participating please send either audio or better yet a video link of your band to me Joe Stump  jstump@berklee.edu

Spring 2014 Berklee Today Magazine Available Now

The spring 2014 issue of Berklee Today is available in buildings throughout campus, and online at www.berklee.edu/bt. It features articles on Tommy Torres '93, Alan Silvestri's '70 Forrest Gump score, crowdfunding and more. If you would like to be added to the mailing list for the magazine, please email your mailing address to wfleming@berklee.edu.

Steelgrass Five-Year Anniversary Luau

The Steelgrass Residency is a collaboration made possible by the vision and generosity of the Lydgate family working with Berklee College of Music and the Kaua’i Concert Association. The Lydgates, owners of Steelgrass Farm and the Steelgrass Recording Studio on the Hawai’ian island of Kaua’i, are building an international community of artists by providing opportunities for artists to be immersed in their craft in an inspiring environment.

A Berklee Composer’s New Work Deals with the Boston Marathon Bombings

As the anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombings draws closer, Berklee faculty member Francine Trester is confronting the tumble of emotions provoked by the shocking attack that resulted in three deaths, hundreds of injuries, and immobilization of the city and its suburbs. Her upcoming project sets those varying dimensions of feeling to music, lyrics, and prose. Trester’s six-song piece, “A View from Heartbreak Hill,” is a complex and emotional project that will be performed for the public in several events leading up to the April 21 Marathon.

Master's Film Scoring Program in Spain Prepares Chinese Composer for Career

Yiyi Ma is poised to open a Beijing-based international recording studio in the spring less than a year after completing the master’s program in scoring for film, television, and video games at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. For her much of a good film’s beauty lies in i

Spam Email Circulating at Berklee

Dear Faculty and Staff Members,

Recently, more false email has begun circulating to Berklee accounts. One asks the recipient to open a shared Google document by clicking on the link in the email. This email is not legitimate. Here is a picture of the false message
Example of Spam

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