Ronald R. "Ron" Milton

Drummer Ronald R. "Ron" Milton passed away on July 30. He was 68. In addition to attending Berklee, Milton also studied at Virginia Union University and the University of Massachusetts-Boston. He was a consultant in the social-service field, specializing in family stabilization. Milton is survived by his fiancee, Donna Jackson; sisters Dianne and Cheryl; two stepchildren; and other family members. 

Steven Paul Perry

Guitarist Steven Paul Perry '76 died on May 28 after a battle with cancer. He was 57. After his first year at Berklee, Perry joined Orchestra Luna. He later became John Hiatt's guitarist on world tours and appeared with him on Late Night with David Letterman. With his band the Human Condition, Perry performed annually for the Boston AIDS Walk. He also ran a recording studio, producing several local bands. He is survived by his parents, Paul and Ruth Perry; his partner Stephen (Sid) Villandry; and many relatives.

David R. Shertz

David R. Shertz '80 passed away on February 23. He was 53. Shertz was an active musician and a software engineer for Avid Technology. He is survived by his siblings: Paul, Debbie, Stephen, and Lisa. 

New Gracenotes Event — Christmas in the City!

Gracenotes is pleased to announce a new volunteer opportunity for this coming holiday season, Christmas in the City. Volunteers will assist this seasonal effort by opening gift request applications at the Christmas in the City headquarters. Space is limited, so sign up today!

If you are unable to attend this event, but are interested in volunteering with this organization you can sign up directly with Christmas in the City

Players needed for The Crusaders Funk Ensemble

Funk Ensemble ENFF-302-001 Spring 2014

Needs players:

Drums, Bass, Piano, Guitar, Trombone,Tenor, Alto, Trumpet accepted.

The Music of the Crusaders

(Joe Sample, Wayne Henderson, Wilton Felder and Stix Hooperz)

Pre-Register with Level 4 or contact Dan Moretti dmoretti@berklee.edu

Emerson College Music Video Showcase Thursday

Silversonic is an annual showcase of music videos made by current Emerson students and alumni. It is a celebration of the combination of music and image as a unique art form worthy of exhibition in a cinema environment. Free event at Emerson College's Bright Family Screening Room at the Paramount Theater, Thursday 7pm. Free and open to all. Great networking opportunity with Emerson film students.

Spring Break in Atlanta Information Session

Join us at the information session to find out who you can be one of 20 students who gets to spend spring break in Atlanta.

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