Ed Saindon

Professor Ed Saindon gave a vibraphone and improvisation clinic at the Accademia Del Suono in Milan, Italy.

Brad Hatfield

Associate professor Brad Hatfield won the 2014 UPCEA Excellence in Teaching Award for his work as a course author, facilitator, and mentor for Berklee Online. 

George Russell Jr.

Professor George Russell Jr. produced and played on a book/CD project for children titled Destiny, Purpose & Plans for ME!, featuring various faculty members and art by his wife Emily. Visit studioeworldwide.com

Beth Denisch

Professor Beth Denisch was a guest composer at Webster University where students and faculty performed a concert of her music.

Visa Options Information Session

Thursday, October 9, 2014

7:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.

The Loft ● 939 Boylston St. ● 3rd Floor (enter through the Student Activities Center at 921 Boylston Street, 3rd Floor)

Presented by:  Immigration attorney Elizabeth Goss, Esq.
from The Law Offices of Goss & Associates, LLC in Boston

Dan Cantor

Assistant professor Dan Cantor produced music for the band UGO (featuring Wyclef Jean), Hilda Sofia ’13, and the ninth annual International Hip-Hop Festival at Trinity College in Connecticut. Visit notable.com

Benefits Fair: October 9, 2014

Learn how your Berklee benefits can help you to . . .

  • SAVE MONEY on the high-cost PPO medical plan
  • SAVE ON TAXES with a special benefits Savings Account (HSA and FSA)

                   PortfolioXpress service or Managed Account service


When:   Thursday, October 9   

Faculty Notes

Evernote Overview: Productivity Tools for Success

Join us on Tuesday, 10/14/14 for our first one-hour Evernote Overview session sponsored by Training and Support and facilitated by Bruce Bennett, Director of Student Technology Services, Academic Technology.

This session is part of our Productivity Tools for Success Series.

Check our our Event Page for more information and to enroll in this session.

New Department Chairs and Trustees at Berklee

Berklee welcomes new chairs and trustees to the college.