Wed 10/9 • GRAMMY U: In The Mix

Mix & mingle with GRAMMY U members and GRAMMY Award winners on October 9, 2013 in The Loft at 7pm.

World premiere of faculty member Andrew List's new orchestral work

On Saturday, October 5th at 8:00pm in Boston's Jordan Hall 30 Gainsborough St. The Longwood Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Ronny Feldman will present the  "Sholem Aleichem's Clock". 

Uber Discount for Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival

Take a Ride On Us!

Ride in style with Uber to the Berklee BeanTown Jazz Festival! We've partnered with Uber to offer $20 off your first Uber ride to or from the festival!

New to Uber? No problem. The Uber app connects you with a driver at the touch of a button. Learn more about it here. Download the app and sign up at uber.com/go/beanjazz13.

Distant Worlds: Music from Final Fantasy – Special Berklee Discount

Distant Worlds: music from Final Fantasy

Special discounted tickets for the Berklee community.

Sunday, October 6 at 7:30 p.m.

Symphony Hall, Boston MA

 

Submit Your Songs for Placement in Hong Kong

Seiya Matsumiya, a 2010 Berklee graduate, works for a Tokyo-based music production house called Syn, and they're looking for song submissions from Berklee students.

Syn is currently collecting tracks to place as background music at a major shopping mall in Hong Kong during the coming Christmas season, and they would like to give Berklee students the opportunity to have their music exposed to hundreds of thousands of people over a 6-week period starting in mid-November.

Harmony Faculty Concert-Tuesday 10/8

On Tuesday October 8 at 7:30 PM in the David Friend Recital Hall, the Berklee Harmony Department will present its Fall Faculty Concert: HARMONY 1-2-3-(4).  This will be an eclectic program of jazz and music with different ethnic influences. 

Participating faculty and guests include: Helen Sherrah-Davies, Darrell Katz, Alizon Lissance, Randy Felts, Ralph Rosen, David Harris, George Russell, Rick McLaughlin, Nick Grondin, Allan Chase, Tom Hojnacki, Vessela Stoyanova, Rebecca Shrimpton and Valerie Thompson.

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