Envisioning 21st Century Business Model Series

The Music Business/ Management Department & The Professional Education Division presents: Envisioning 21st Century Business Model Series: Ethics And The New Music Industry (?). Please join us as the panel discusses the role of ethics in the music business.

Topics include: payola, contracts between artists and labels, rates paid by streaming services to artist, copyright, management/ artist relationship, branding and sponsorships, and sexism/ ageism in the industry.

  • Date: Thursday, April 17, 2014

Annual Performance Appraisals

To All Managers:

This is a good time of the year for you to be mindful of the annual performance appraisal process and deadline. Last year, thanks to your efforts, we achieved tremendous success with 100% annual appraisal completion rate.

An annual performance appraisal is essential; it provides an important opportunity to discuss a staff member’s overall effectiveness, establish and review goals, continue the staff member’s professional development, and be sure expectations are discussed clearly.

Last Call for LHAN 211/LHAN 212 Test-outs

LHAN 211/LHAN 212 Test-outs


Last Call!





CBX test-out opportunities for History of Western Music 1, LHAN-211, will end after the 2014 Summer Semester.



CBX test-out opportunities for History of Western Music 2, LHAN-212, will end after the 2014 Fall Semester.



This Week on BIRN Alive

Tune in this week on BIRN Alive to catch our featured artist, Hadley Kennary. At 20 years of age, Kennary has a self-titled EP and a full-length album. Hersound is refreshing and real; mixing the honesty of Sara Bareilles, the mellow cleverness of Ingrid Michaelson, and defining harmonies similar to the Indigo Girls. Each song is a unique experience that stays true to her acoustic roots and vocal integrity. DigBoston.com has described Kennarys live performance as, “undoubtedly a concert experience to attend.”

Show Spotlight: The Q

Host: DJ Little Mac (Cara McCarthy)
Day: Wednesday
Time: 4:00 p.m.-5:00 p.m.

Berklee Achievement Grant Program

Achievement Grants are increases in aid awarded to students with Berklee scholarships and/or grants that augment financial aid packages each year. These awards provide incentives to students based on their achievement and financial need to complete their education at Berklee.  
Students with Berklee scholarships and/or grants who earn a minimum cumulative grade point average equal to or greater than 3.0 and also demonstrate financial need may qualify for tiered increases in aid for their second, third and fourth years at Berklee.

Upcoming Caf Shows April 9 to April 12

Check out these upcoming Caf Shows!

Wednesday, April 9
Video Game Music Choir

Thursday, April 10
The Southern City Band

Saturday, April 12
Zoe Brush