Come Get Involved!
Over 80 Berklee student clubs enrich the student experience, create a diverse community, encourage involvement, and provide opportunities for students to build valuable skills. Open to all Berklee students, these clubs organize programs, events, and meetings across campus throughout the academic year. Clubs listed here are officially recognized through the Student Activities Center.
Here's a sampling of the clubs created by and available to Berklee students. Student interests are always changing, and so is our list of clubs. To join a club, simply visit its page by clicking on the club's name and send an email to the club email address listed for the club.
B.U.G.L.E. is Berklee's official student-run LGBTQ(etc.) club. We exist as a support network to those who consider themselves part of or an ally to LGBTQ culture. We meet weekly and conduct informal meetings discussing issues facing the LGBTQ community, relevant news articles, and events that may have come up in our lives that we want to share. In addition, we form our own group of passionate friends, united in a common cause of LGBTQ awareness and support as we work against isolation.
We are not just limited to Berklee students, and we encourage anyone interested in our club to visit us or email us! Allies are welcome!
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Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Mondays, Room 303, 7 Haviland, 6.00-7.00 pm
Erich Riepen (President)
Sam Meyer (Vice President)
Arthur Chen (Treasurer)
Kira Helper (Social Media Manager)
Molly Sauer (LGBT Causes Chair)
Jordin Dearinger (Advertising Assistant)
Emerson Hawthorne (Fundraising Chair)
Michael Martinez (Assistant Event Coordinator)
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To celebrate and promote songwriting in Spanish language primarily but also opening the discussion to songs in other languages. Our activities will include things like analyzing songs, getting to know new artists, co-writing and co-producing, help each other by critiquing our compositions, inviting guest speakers and talking about relevant topics of the music industry.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Thursdays, Room 183, 150 Mass Ave, 7.00-9.00 pm.
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The Catholic Community at Berklee College of Music is a student-run organization on campus that exists in order to draw students into an intimate relationship with God through His Church on earth by providing educational and spiritual resources, access to the Sacraments, and opportunities for service and community, rooted in prayer and love.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Tuesdays, Room 302, 136 Mass Ave, 8.00-10.00 pm.
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We hope to showBerklee's students what a beautiful instrument Chromatic Harmonica is. All the possibilities that this instrument has and the different techniques to play it.
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The purpose of The CIACO is to create an orchestra with a strong student voice and expanding the boundaries of orchestral music at Berklee.
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Come learn and unite around Colombian culture!
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To promote interest in, to stimulate study and research of, and to explore career options in computer science (with special regard given to audio).
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Join this Group: CSClub@berklee.edu
The Contemporary Music Production Club intends to give students a place where they can share creative production ideas both with each other and from more experienced producers through online interviews and studio visits in the Boston area.
The club will have discussions about intermediary to advanced production techniques. We will talk about aspects of music analysis, gear, and life as a producer. The intention is to go towards a more creative approach taking time to analyze other producers’ work, giving emphasis to arranging mixing choices, instrumental and vocal recordings.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Mondays, Room 175, 150 Mass Ave, 7.00-8.00 pm (Will move to 2E beginning 10/27/14).
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This club will take a broad approach, free of genre restrictions, format or preconceived rules. We may take a multi-disciplinary approach, or create music with the ideas learned from other places (classes, folk traditions, communities we grew up with, life experience, On The Job Training...)
Our purpose will be to form a
closer relationship between our imagination and the art we make.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Thursdays, Room 404, 136 Mass Ave, 6.00-8.00 pm.
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