Quick and Healthy Articles to Guide You Through Your Semester

LiveWell is posting Be Well Articles this month to promote healthy behaviors during the end of the semester.

Registered Dietician and Nutritionist Janel Funk has written 2 articles that are quick to read and easy to implement to help you alleviate stress and combat fatigue.

Combatting Stress: Sleep, Exercise and Good Nutrition

Food for Finals: Top tips to feed your brain

New Prototype Course

 

Recording Drums

With Matthew Ellard

MP-P440

2 credit(s)

Electable by: MPED majors 

Prerequisites: MP-340 

Department: MPE 

TODAY! Musicians Respond to Ferguson

When: Mon. Dec. 1, 3:30-6PM
Where: LOFT (enter through the Student Activities Center at 921 Boylston St., 3rd floor)

Join us as we reflect on Ferguson, share our experiences and ideas for action, and connect. 

Panelists include: Omar Thomas (Harmony), Carolyn Wilkins (Ensemble), and folk singer/songwriter Vance Gilbert.

GUITAR FINAL EXAM SIGN-UP TIME

GUITAR FINAL EXAM SIGN-UPS BEGIN

Monday, December 1st @ 12 Noon

 

Final Exams for Guitar Private Lessons are scheduled in 15 minute slots

10:00 am  - 12:45 PM & 2:00 – 4:15 PM during final exams week on

Tuesday, Dec. 16; Wednesday, Dec. 17; & Thursday, Dec. 18, 2014

 

Sign-ups begin Monday, December 1st @ 12 Noon.

SPRING 2015: PLAYERS NEEDED FOR IMPROVISATION COURSE

PS-190 Improvisation Concepts Workshop 1 PS-192 Improvisation Concepts Workshop 2

Online Branding for Musicians

Online Branding for Musicians: a workshop

Thursday, December 4, 2014

6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Learning Center, Stan Getz Library

150 Massachusetts Avenue

With the internet as a primary source for the discovery of new music as well as a means for fans and artists to connect with each other, having a strong online presence and brand is essential for musicians.

Goya - presented by the Liberal Arts Dept.

Friday Dec. 5,  Goya in Music - 7 Haviland Room 330

4:30 - I, Goya

5:45    Martin Bresnick performs his composition "Caprichos Enfaticos"

 

 

Ferguson: Berklee Community Reflects and Responds

As our nation struggles to make sense of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and the larger continuing challenges of racism in our society, Berklee will come together as a community to reflect and respond. Please join us at one of the events below and lend your voice and support to this important issue in our community and in the world.
 
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Reactions to Ferguson: a Berklee Community Conversation & Reflection
Open to all Berklee students, staff and faculty

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