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.
Wading into the murky waters of artist royalties in the digital age, Berklee College of Music is leading a broad-based effort to streamline how artists and musical rights owners are identified and paid for their work. The Open Music Initiative, seeks to create a uniform, open-source database that will link artists and rights holders to individual musical tracks – be they purchased for download, streamed, sampled, or used in personal projects, performances, or mash-ups. Sounds easy, Right?
Join the Berklee Alumni Network of New York City for an after-five meet-up dedicated to connecting alumni in the music and technology industries. Connect with fellow friends, colleagues, and entrepreneurs as we hear about an new innovations taking place at the center of the music universe.
Your registration includes your favorite breakfast beverage, a sampling of morning savories and sweets, and your admittance to the showcase. Street and small-lot parking is accessible via the alley off of 7th Street.
For questions, email Vanessa Bouvry, assistant director of Alumni Affairs, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For All Boston Alumni: A gathering for Boston area alumni. The timing of this event will also allow alumni to attend the 8pm BPC show (Black Lives Matter: Meaning of Freedom honoring Angela Davis.) if they purchased tickets. [Tickets are not provided for alumni]. Please RSVP at this link: https://bostonhangblmdavis.eventbrite.com
Join the Berklee Los Angeles community for our largest event of the year!
The Annual LA Alumni Brunch is our community's flagship event. The 2016 brunch sold out at 400 attendees, and it is the single largest alumni event that Berklee hosts.
We'll be celebrating again at the gorgeous Skirball Cultural Center. President Roger H. Brown will be on hand to speak about new developments at the college and will introduce our keynote speaker (TBA). A buffet breakfast will be provided in the lovely courtyard with seating inside for attendees. It's an event you don't want to miss!
Check-in begins at 10:30 a.m. PST in the Murphy Foyer.
Tickets go on sale September 30, 2016, at 9:00 a.m. PST
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 or street parking
Due to the limited space of the studio, you must RSVP.
Community Music School (Saint Saviour’s Center), 616 Tucker Street
Join your fellow Berklee alumni and alumni from the City Music Network for an evening reception. Mix, mingle, and get to know other Raleigh alumni as we hear from Hope Hancock, Community Music School's Executive Director, and learn how the City Music Network and Berklee are changing the region's musical landscape.
Also hear updates from David Mash, Berklee's Senior Vice President for Innovation, Strategy, and Technology, regarding the current merger with The Boston Conservatory as well as the new and exciting changes around campus since your last visit to Boston. Light refreshments will be served, and tours of Community Music School will be given.
Join your fellow Berklee alumni and friends within the industry for an evening of mixing, mingling, and catching up on all things Berklee.
Hear from Berklee's Music Production and Engineering Department leadership Rob Jaczko '83 and Dan Thompson '94, as well as Berklee's Assistant Vice President of Artist and Music Industry Relations, Carl Beatty, about new and exciting initiatives at the college and changes throughout the industry.