2016 Summer: LA Residential Program

The application for the residential internship program in Los Angeles has moved online. As a reminder, among the eligibility requirements is that a student will have completed at least 5 semesters on campus at the start of the program and they have at least a 3.0 major GPA.
For 2016, the application is due February 19. Students may apply early and eligible applicants will be interviewed and accepted on a rolling basis. 

The New JP Morgan Purchasing Card is here

Beginning in October, Procurement will be contacting current cardholder departments to schedule time to introduce the new card program.  This is the last phase of the college wide migration from Bank of America to JP Morgan.  The scheduled completion date is December 1st, 2015.  Contact Dennis Fox with questions. 

Vocal Performance Major Auditions

Voice Performance major auditions will be held on Thursday, November 12 and Thursday, November 19 from 1:00-1:50pm.
Students interested in declaring the performance major who are second semester and above should meet with Ashley Rhodes, Academic Assistant to the Voice Chair. Prospective performance majors must have a cumulative GPA of 2.7 in their PIs, Ensembles/Labs, and Ear Training courses. If you meet this requirement, Ashley will schedule you for an audition. Students should prepare one song in any style with accompaniment.

Faculty Promotion Process and Guidelines Overview

It is never too early to start thinking about what the next step in your Berklee career might be. If you are interested in applying for promotion a year from now, or even a few years from now, it is wise to get a good handle on the process early. 

Maddie Rice

Guitarist Maddie Rice of Salt Lake City, UT, drummer Louis Cato ’06, and keyboardist Masayuki Hirano ’06 are members of the house band for the Late Show with Stephen Colbert led by music director Jon Batiste.

Giorgi Mikadze

Giorgi Mikadze of Tbilisi, Georgia, performed at the Black Sea Jazz Festival with Zach Mullings and Antoine Katz ’13, and at the Newport Jazz Festival with Berklee faculty member Brian Raydar Ellis.

Cara Smith

Cara Smith of Brielle, NJ, won best female artist at the 11th annual International Acoustic Music Awards. Finalists included Susan Cattaneo ’97, Oscare Peñas ’01, Emily White ’07, Devin D’Amato ’14, and Annie Johnson ’13.