Join us for an evening reception at The Village Studios during the 141st International Audio Engineering Society (AES) Convention in Los Angeles.
Berklee's Music Production and Engineering (MP&E) Department, the Berklee Center in Los Angeles (BCLA) and the Village Studios will host this event for Berklee alumni living locally and those in town for the AES Convention. Light refreshments will be served in the beautiful auditorium on the second floor of the studios.
Parking: Valet for $5 or street parking
Due to the limited space of the studio, you must RSVP.
Leave work early and enjoy the Berklee recipe for the perfect summer soirée. First, gather the finest alumni from around Manhattan, add the right mix of cold drinks and cooler conversation, and finish with a rooftop sunset that can’t be beat.
Join the Berklee Office of Alumni Affairs as we put down our instruments and step off stage for an after-5:00 summery mix of cocktails and conversation.
Entry includes your first libation and appetizers to keep you at your networking best. Space is limited. All members of the Class of 2016 enjoy a special $5 discounted rate as our way to officially welcome you into the Berklee Alumni Community!
Genko Uchida Building, 3rd Floor Loft, 921 Boylston Street
Summertime at Berklee brings so many alumni to campus for summer programs. The Office of Alumni Affairs wants to give you the opportunity to come say hello to Berklee alumni that you haven't seen in a while. Enjoy food, beer, wine, and the opportunity to reconnect.
This event is exclusively for Berklee alumni, faculty, and staff due to space restrictions.
You are invited to a special reception hosted by Berklee during Lollapalooza at the Mid-America Club. Come learn about new endeavors at Berklee and meet students, parents, and alumni from the Chicago area. The reception also will feature a performance by Berklee folk trio Honeysuckle in a preview of their Lollapalooza appearance.
Join Jeanine Cowen, vice president for curriculum and program innovation in academic affairs, and Michael Sweet, artistic director of video game scoring, at a mixer for San Francisco, California, alumni and alumni in town for the Game Developers Conference. Additional Berklee faculty in attendance will include Michael Bierylo, chair of the Electronic Production and Design Department, and Ben Houge, a professor in the Film Scoring Department.
Connect with your fellow alumni, chat with faculty, and meet some new people at the lovely Mathilde French Bistro (formerly Le Charm) in the SoMa district, within walking distance of the Moscone Center. You do not need to be attending the conference to join us at this event. All alumni in the San Francisco area are invited to join us as well.
Enjoy an evening with the Berklee student group; Carl Beatty, assistant vice president of artist and music industry relations; Prince Charles Alexander and Jason Stokes, faculty from the Music Production and Engineering Department; and Karen Bell, chief alumni officer.
Join President Roger H. Brown and fellow Berklee alumni for an evening reception in the heart of Nashville, Tennessee. Meet, mingle, and welcome current Berklee students as a part of their spring break trip down south. Come share the warm spirit of Nashville over food and drink for a night of networking and fun.
For all those Berklee alumni attending or working the NAMM show, take a NAMM break and stop by for an early evening hang!
The Berklee Center in Los Angeles is hosting a get together from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Garden Ballroom of the Sheraton in Anaheim. The venue is within walking distance of the convention center, with indoor and outdoor space for our party. Light refreshments will be served, and RSVPs are encouraged.
The annual Berklee LA Alumni Brunch is our community’s flagship event and our largest gathering of the year. This year, we will celebrate at the gorgeous Skirball Cultural Center with Roger H. Brown, Berklee’s president, who will be on hand to speak about new developments at the college and to introduce our keynote speaker: innovative artist; composer; performer; film, record, and concert producer; record company owner; and artists’ advocate T Bone Burnett, who recently visited Berklee’s Boston campus.
The event will include music from Dr. Magpie, an acoustic, improvisational alumni string ensemble, and a light buffet breakfast will be provided in a lovely courtyard with seating inside for attendees. With last year’s LA Alumni Brunch selling out at 400 attendees, it is the single largest alumni event that Berklee hosts—an event you don’t want to miss.