Apply for Fall Caf Shows

Fall Caf Shows applications are now open! Four nights a week the Berklee Caf transforms into a concert venue and music hall run by students, for students, and featuring musical performances of all styles. Submit your application to perform in a fall semester Caf Show!

Yehuda Azoulay, Sephardic Legacy Series, Visiting Lecturer at Berklee

Educator, Author, Research Expert, and Social Media Entrepreneur Yehuda Azoulay of Sephardic Legacy Series (Toronto) is coming to teach about the global influence of Sephardic Jewry, culture, and music.

Audition for P Funk and Funk & Soul Ensembles

AUDITION FOR:

P- Funk Ensemble and FUNK & SOUL Ensemble

Under the direction of Faculty Member Lenny Stallworth

Funk and Soul Review Ensemble Auditions: Wednesday September 10th, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm Uchida building (921 Boylston St.) Room 323

New To Berklee? The Orientation Issue of Student Health 101

As part of your Orientation, you’re required to read the Summer issue of Student Health 101 and complete the wellness survey inside the issue:
http://readsh101.com/go2berklee.html

You’ll be entered to win $1,000 when you complete the survey!

Here's what you’ll find in Student Health 101:

Research on the Go

Is it modern society, the Boston hustle, or just a Berklee thing? Whatever the cause, we're always on the move, always multi-tasking, always taking it to go.

This session will walk you through the books, magazines, and music that are available to you wherever you are, whatever you're doing, whichever electronic device you have handy.

Sign up for your seat by clicking the banner below:

Audition for P Funk and Funk & Soul Ensembles

AUDITION FOR:

P- Funk Ensemble and FUNK & SOUL Ensemble

Under the direction of Faculty Member Lenny Stallworth

Funk and Soul Review Ensemble Auditions: Wednesday September 10th, from 6:00 pm-7:30 pm Uchida building (921 Boylston St.) Room 323

P-Funk Ensemble Auditions: Wednesday September 10th, from 7:30 pm- 9:00 pm Uchida building ( 921 Boylston St.) Room 323

Friday, September 5: Jim Kweskin at David Friend

Jim Kweskin created one of the bedrock guitar styles of the folk revival, adapting the ragtime-blues fingerpicking of artists like Mississippi John Hurt and Blind Boy Fuller to the more complex chords of pop and jazz. He has maintained a remarkably consistent musical vision since his jug band days, and in recent years he and Geoff Muldaur have often revisited and expanded their jug band repertoire as a duo, and Kweskin performs regularly with other legendary musicians including Happy Traum, Suzy Thompson, and Samoa Wilson, among ot

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