Goya - presented by the Liberal Arts Dept.

Friday Dec. 5,  Goya in Music - 7 Haviland Room 330

4:30 - I, Goya

5:45    Martin Bresnick performs his composition "Caprichos Enfaticos"

 

 

Ferguson: Berklee Community Reflects and Responds

As our nation struggles to make sense of the events in Ferguson, Missouri, and the larger continuing challenges of racism in our society, Berklee will come together as a community to reflect and respond. Please join us at one of the events below and lend your voice and support to this important issue in our community and in the world.
 
Wednesday, November 26, 2014
Reactions to Ferguson: a Berklee Community Conversation & Reflection
Open to all Berklee students, staff and faculty

Ticket Giveaway for Revive Big Band at Cafe 939

NPR Music and WBGO present the Revive Big Band at  Cafe 939 on Wednesday, December 3 at 9:00 p.m. And they have got a special end-of-the-semester treat for you. They're giving away tickets to the first fifteen students who RSVP via revivecollegenight.splashthat.com starting at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, November 26.

$20 Discount on Tickets to Mark O'Connor & Friends: An Appalachian Christmas

Faculty and staff, take advantage of this $20 discount on tickets to the Mark O'Connor & Friends show on Friday, December 5. To purchase your discounted tickets, purchase your tickets at the BPC box office (and don't forget your Berklee ID!).

Considering moving to LA?

The Berklee Center in Los Angeles (BCLA) is the college's embassy to the Los Angeles music industry and the vibrant West Coast alumni community. The office is managed by Peter Gordon, director and Justine Taormino, assistant director, alumni affairs.

The BCLA is a resource and networking hub for alumni, parents, and potential employers looking for outstanding new talent. The SoCal Alumni Newsletter regularly informs the local community about the latest job opportunities, special events, social gatherings, and professional development opportunities. 

Info session for American Music Abroad

American musicians, it's your turn to join a long legacy of cultural diplomacy. In partnership with The US Department of State's Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, American Voices will send 10 American ensembles to more than 50 countries in 2015 and 2016 to perform and connect with global audiences.
 

Ensembles of 3-5 members are encouraged to apply. AMA welcomes traditionally American genres like hip hop, rock and roll, punk, heavy  metal, indie, R&B jazz, blues, country, bluegrass, Native American folk and much more!

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