8:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m: BPC SHOW: Brass Department chair Sean Jones will host the Regiment Horns (trombonist Kevin Williams '03, saxophonist Leon Silva Jr. '07, and trumpeter Sean Erick '06), one of the most in-demand horn sections, in an evening of unforgettable music celebrating Phil Wilson, longtime faculty member and former conductor of the Berklee Rainbow Band. Tia Fuller and the Berklee Rainbow Band will join the performance.
NOTE: Tickets are normally $12 day of the show. We are offering a block of tickets to alumni for $6.
10:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m: ALUMNI POST-EVENT RECEPTION: Join us for an after-show dessert reception to meet the Regiment Horns (light appetizers and beverages also provided).
Immediately following the reception, we inivte you to join us at the Ateneo Theater for the 8:00 p.m. concert featuring Omar Díaz y el grupo Dedé and the John Patitucci Electric Guitar Quartet. Concert details.
Concert tickets are not included in your RSVP for this reception. You must purchase your own tickets for the concert. Buy concert tickets.
Come celebrate the holiday season with your fellow Berklee alumni at the Nashville Holiday Party at the Family Wash.
This annual tradition attracts more than 100 alumni each year. And this year, we have the full restaurant to ourselves. We will have passed appetizers, a dinner buffet and drinks, plus lots of conversation, music, and cheer.
Alumni may bring guests. Please make sure you register your guests, as well.
Parking: Street and small-lot parking is accessible via the alley off of 7th Street.
This event is hosted by Vanessa Bouvry, assistant director of alumni affairs. For questions, please contact Vanessa at email@example.com or 617-747-2012.
Tickets are $8 in advance/$12 the day of the show. [Alumni can receive discounted tickets at the box office by showing Alumni ID]
The Meaning of Freedom concert will explore the iconic songs that provided the soundtrack to the civil rights movement and calls for democracy, as well as more contemporary work relevant to the day. This concert will feature exciting live performances in honor of Angela Y. Davis by Berklee College of Music, Emerson College, and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students.