Autumn Hikes at The Arnold Arboretum

LiveWell is sponsoring Two Hikes to the Arnold Arboretum in Jamaica Plain.

Dates are Saturday, October 18 and Sunday, October 26.

Email livewell@berklee.edu to find out the meeting place and more details. Reservations necessary.

 

Get Outdoors - Meet New Friends - Learn about's Boston's Natural Beauty

Berklee Says Goodbye to Richard Evans

Last week, Berklee lost a beloved member of our community with the death of Richard Evans.

Richard Evans is among the greatest arrangers of jazz and popular music of the 20th century. His impeccable charts enriched platinum and gold selling records by Ramsey Lewis, Natalie Cole, Woody Herman, and Peabo Bryson, while also recording numerous albums under his own name for the Argo, Cadet, and Horizon labels, many featuring his band the Soulful Strings.

Commuter Survey - You can make a difference!

The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection requires that Berklee College of Music complete a commuter survey in accordance with the Massachusetts Rideshare Regulation. This regulation is designed to support the Commonwealth’s plan to reduce air pollution. In order for us to accomplish this task, we must conduct a survey of how our faculty, staff and students commute to the campus on a daily basis.

The Music of Baking

By 
Sara Evans

Composer and producer Phil Giffin ’76

Test of Berklee Emergency Notification System (BENS) October 23

 

On Thursday October 23, we will be conducting a full test of the Berklee Emergency Notification System (BENS).  This test is conducted to ensure all intended recipients receive emergency messages and for our community to provide any feedback on the system.  Any questions regarding BENS, or the Emergency Management program, should be sent to Steven Taddonio at staddonio@berklee.edu or 617 747-2601.

Tim “Rawbiz” Williams

Tim “Rawbiz” Williams ’04 of Los Angeles, CA, died on August 26. He was 31.  Williams played bass with Toni Braxton, Boyz II Men, and Suicidal Tendencies. He leaves behind his mother Redona.

Robert J. Tudor

Robert J. Tudor ’89 of Clifton, NJ, died on May 22. He was 47. He cofounded Metropolis Recording Studios, where he recorded Aimee Mann, Peter Wolf, and others. Tudor worked with PreSonus, ResNova, and his own firm SaneWave. He is survived by his wife, Lisa; his mother; and two siblings. 

Robert Suchoski

Robert Suchoski ’69 of Wisconsin Rapids, WI, died on December 2, 2013. He was 73. Suchoski played saxophone with Stan Kenton and Buddy Rich. He leaves behind his wife Keli Esser. 

Adam Schmitz

Adam Schmitz ’13 of Broken Arrow, OK, passed away on May 13. He was 23. Schmitz was a guitarist who recorded a CD with his band Ex Nihilo. He leaves behind his parents and three brothers.  

Stephen Plummer Jr.

Retired faculty member Stephen Plummer Jr., of Amherst, MA, died on May 16. He was 87. He began teaching at Berklee in 1965 and became the chair of the Ear Training department. He leaves his wife, Colleen, and children Stephanie, Mitchell, Karen, and Brian. 

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