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Congratulations, Class of 2015, from Alumni Affairs!

The Alumni Affairs team welcomes you as you transition from student to alumni. We know this is a busy time of year, and we would like to share some helpful resources for this new leg of your Berklee journey.

Spring 2015 Graduates Invited to See Betty Who and Kiesza at the House of Blues on Wednesday, May 6

Congratulations to all of our 2015 graduates!  

President Roger Brown and Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students Betsy Newman are going to see alumnae Kiesza and Betty Who for The Sound of a Woman tour at the House of Blues on Wednesday, May 6 at 8:00 p.m.  

In honor of your success at the college, they want you to join them...for FREE!

Summer PSH-P260 Tai Chi Chuan for Musicians 1

Tai Chi Chuan for Musicians 1 PSH-P260 will now be offered in this coming Summer 2015 semester. This course was previously only available in the Fall and Spring. 
Swim in the air and move with spiraling internal energy. Explore methods to open and expand the spirit and relax the body / mind for practice / performance. With Associate Professor of Bass / certified William C. C. Chen Tai Chi Chuan Instructor Lincoln Goines.

MP&E Commercial Record Production Minor (CRPM) classes still available for SU15

• MP-226 Hybrid Recording and Mix Techniques

Time: Tuesday 2-4, Tech Lab (160); Faculty: Prince Charles Alexander.  Max pop: 12

• MTEC455-001 Hip Hop Production for Records

Time: Wednesday 9-11, The Ark (Studio 2, 160); Faculty: Prince Charles Alexander.  Max pop: 8

Also, a few spots are still available in MTEC-420 Advanced Digital Mastering, Editing & Delivery for SU15.


Upper-level MP&E ASE elective classes still available for FA15

• MP-P435-001 Orchestral Recording Techniques

Time: Monday 11-1, (2-4), Shames Family Scoring Stage (160); Faculty: Jim Donahue.  Learn hands-on orchestral and film score recording techniques, working with the 40-piece Film Scoring Orchestra recording to picture.  Please note: this course meets either 2 hrs every week (11-1), or 4hrs every other week (11-1, 2-4). Set up is 9-11.  Max pop: 8

• MP457-003 Ensemble Recording Techniques:  Latin Recording Ensemble with Leo Blanco

Food for Finals: Top tips to feed your brain

Food for Finals: Top tips to feed your brain

by Janel Funk

Can what you eat make you smarter? Yes! Certain foods have brain boosting properties, which is exactly what you need as you study for finals. Eating these foods will improve cognitive function and memory, giving you not only a healthy diet, but a healthy brain as well.