Nikki DePasquale Presents Her Debut Online Music Video

In honor of a special family occasion, Berklee Alum & Staff Member Nikki DePasquale releases her debut music video, "Here's to Well Kept Secrets."

Watch the video here.

View and follow Nikki on Facebook.

Watch the video on YouTube.

Today's Office Hours at 7 Haviland, Room 211

Today's Marketing/Internal Comm  Office Hours will be held at 7 Haviland, room 211 (note room change). 

Come by between 11:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to discuss your internal communications and marketing questions, including newsletters, berklee.edu, announcements, social media, and more.

Interested in becoming an RA? Attend a March Info Session

Due to popular demand, the Residence Life staff has added 3 more RA Info Sessions in March.

You must attend one of the following information sessions to receive an application:

Berklee Latino Awards Scholarships

Berklee Latino is the first ever all-Spanish program to be offered by Berklee. The program, which took place in Mexico City this past January, provided the opportunity for 145 students from Latin America and the United States to come together to grow as musicians, many of whose dream is to some day attend Berklee in Boston.

Bill Scism

Professor Bill Scism was re-elected as business agent for American Federation of Musicians Local 300.

Tomo Fujita

Associate Professor Tomo Fujita released the book and CD set Basic Guitar Concepts and Techniques.

Alonzo Harris

Assistant Professor Alonzo Harris produced, composed, and arranged material on K. Michelle’s debut album, Rebellious Soul, and is her tour’s musical director. He is also the musical director for Tiara Thomas.

Paul Pampinella

Assistant Professor Paul Pampinella and Five O’Clock Shadow released the EP Six, which features numerous Berklee alumni. Visit www.focs.com.

Peter Bell

Assistant Professor Peter Bell’s song “I’m Funky but I’m Clean” appears on Dan Lawson’s CD Soldiers of Fortune.

Michael Johnson

Associate Professor Michael Johnson’s op-ed titled “The Price of Music” was featured in the online version of the September 10, 2013, Boston Globe.

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