Berklee Style

June 1, 2017


President Lee Eliot Berk (right) chats with a student.

Alma Berk (left) greets students.


Students outside the Berklee Performance Center


Jamming at a 1991 alumni event


Film scoring major Kä Neunhoffer of Kerrville, Texas, thrift-shopped to acquire her classic 1950s baby pink and mint green A-line skirt, shoes, and accessories.

Trumpeter Daniel Szczepanski of Warsaw, Poland, is colorfully decked out, from his headphones down to his FC Barcelona soccer socks.

Mayah Dyson, a professional music major from Woodbridge, Virginia, pairs suede pants with silver-and-amethyst jewelry.

MP&E major Claire Hewer of Fairfax, Virginia, sports a Washington Capitals hockey jersey.

Drummer Jacques Smith of Louisville, Kentucky, rocks color-tipped dreads on Boylston Street.

Film scoring and composition major Marija Milenkovic of Dubai sports one of Berklee’s most important fashion accessories: a keyboard.

Vocal performance major Jennifer Choi of River Edge, New Jersey, in a sleeveless mink coat over a hoodie.

Vocalist and pianist Tal Flora Levy of Tel Aviv, Israel, visits the library in a mod '60s faux-leopard coat.

Composition and film scoring major Phil Castellano of Staten Island, New York, pictured in front of the Berklee Performance Center, just took his hair from green to red.

Mike Thompson of Mansfield, Massachusetts, brings jazz composition major gravitas to a neo-new wave hairstyle.

Professional music major Darren Poindexter of Louisa, Virginia, with two important Berklee student accessories: saxophone and cell phone.

Music business/management major Eva Janssen bought her pink sneakers in her native Tokyo, but the camel-and-brown palette has been the go-to New England color scheme since the Puritans settled Boston.

This article appeared in our alumni magazine, Berklee Today Summer 2017. Learn more about Berklee Today.
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