Steve Grimm

 

Singer/songwriter Steve Grimm of Milwaukee, WI, released Keep Your Dreams Alive and was nominated for a WHAM! award. He performs weekly at festivals and clubs and continues to perform with his band Bad Boy. Visit www.prettygrimm.com.

 

Tulsa R. Read

Harmonica player Tulsa R. Read of Shawnee, KS, released the new CD No Deposit, No Return. He currently teaches harmonica lessons and does physical therapy that uses the harmonica for lung and heart disorders. Visit www.harmonicaonline.com.

 

Marc Elbaum

Saxophonist Marc Elbaum of Meredith, NH, has joined the Lakes Region Big Band, a 20-piece jazz orchestra playing throughout central New Hampshire. Visit www.lakesregionbigband.com.

 

Tony Scodwell

 

Trumpeter and instrument maker Tony Scodwell of Las Vegas, NV, has collaborated with noted Austrian brass instrument maker Karl Schagerl on developing two new trumpets with tonal qualities suited for commercial and symphonic music. The new trumpets will be marketed by Lee Walkowich '81 at the Washington Music Center in Wheaton, MD.

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Sissy's Super Slow Burn Saturdays

Sissy's Super Slow Burn Saturdays led by Sissy Castrogiovanni

Maybe you could not sign up for the Mind Boy Workout for Musicians, BUT you CAN ATTEND Sissy's Super Slow Burn Saturdays

Work Your Core - Legs - Stamina

The Slow Burn can strengthening heart and bones, enhancing flexibility, burning fat and improving athletic performance with a short but tough program.

The Mind / Body Workout for Musicians starts Sept 23

A New Semester means a new LiveWell "insane" exercise class taught by Sissy Castrogiovanni

Interested in participating in a 60 Day Intense Workout?   You must attend one of the Mind/Body Workout Orientation on Tuesday, September 23 at 8:00 a.m. or  Thursday, September 25 at 8:00 a.m. in Student Activities Student Lounge.  Classes start Friday, September 26 at 8:00 a.m. in The Loft.

Questions: livewell@berklee.edu

President Brown Interviews Herbie Hancock

Join President Brown as he talks with Herbie Hancock about his life and musical times as part of the Boston Book Festival on Thursday, October 23.  Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at the Boston Book Festival website.

Please let students know that a limited number of student tickets will be available at the door.

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