Add to Calendar Button Now on Events

The event content type now has a brand new feature: the Add to Calendar button. This allows users to add the event to their Outlook, Google, iCal, or Yahoo Calendar. The event will be added to their own calendar and will pull in the date, time, location, event name, and will display the event teaser as the description. Note that the event on their calendar will not be updated if you change the event on 

When the user clicks the Add to Calendar button to the right of the event, the dropdown of options will display like this:

Preventing Performance Injuries

Friday, November 14, 11am - 11:45am and 12-12:45pm, Room 218


Berklee-Student Wireless Network Update to ONLY Use OnePass

On Thursday, November 13 at 6:00 p.m. the Berklee-Student wireless network will undergo maintenance that will allow OnePass authentication — only — and disable the old Berklee Wireless PIN authentication method.

What this means: 

Live Google+ Hangout with Herbie Hancock 11/4

Tuesday, November 4

9pm EST / 6pm PST

JOIN: Live Google+ Hangout with Herbie Hancock:

Live from The Recording Academy

Win a $10,000 scholarship from LinkedIn!

See the official rules for eligibility and how to enter by November 7: Open to legal residents of Canada (excluding Quebec), India, the People’s Republic of China, the United Kingdom, and the 50 United States (including DC).

A New Course Starting from Spring Semester! CM-P261-001 Composing for Acoustic Keyboards

Would you like to improve your ability to write music for the piano?

Write better class projects? Improve your ensemble writing?

Check This Out!

Composing for Acoustic Keyboards

A new course offering starting next Spring taught by composer/pianist Larry Bell. Prerequisites are Harmony 3 and Tonal Harmony and Composition 1.  Thursdays from 11:00 to 12:50 in building 136, room 303. Especially recommended for composition, film scoring, and song-writing majors who are non-pianists.

Reports Evaluate Berklee's Curriculum Review Initiative and Assess the Strength of the Incoming Fall Class in Boston

Two new reports are now available on the Institutional Assessment website, both of which highlight the ongoing strength of the Berklee curriculum and student body. The first report is an examination of the impact of curriculum changes introduced by the Curriculum Review Initiative (CRI); the second is an analysis of the entering class’ ensemble ratings and placement in core courses. These reports underscore the effectiveness of ongoing changes made to the Berklee curriculum and the continued strength of Berklee’s student body.


Of particular note:

Unpaid Internships: Nice Work If You Can Get It

Robert T. Szyba ’01

Takin' it to the sticks

Ryan Fleming