Music Video Production provides an introduction to the art and technology of creating music videos. You will make music videos individually and in groups, learning the fundamental tools and techniques of music video production through practice, review, analysis and feedback.
Improv Techniques for Blues Player (PSIM-221-001) has openings for guitar, piano, and other instruments! If you love to play blues and roots styles, or you just want to gain more of an understanding of the blues, you'll be right at home in this class.
Styles covered include Chicago and Texas blues, gospel blues, swing, funk, and jazz blues, with music by BB King, Freddy King, Albert Collins, Jimmie Vaughan, T-Bone Walker, Magic Sam, Ray Charles, Percy Mayfield, the Meters, Grant Green, Kenny Burrell, and many others!
Registration is now open for Elements of Theatre Production (PST-385).
A production workshop for students to experience in the technical aspects of theatre: Stage management, lighting, scenery, props, sound and projections. Students will gain practical experience in these areas through hands-on demonstrations, and will serve as the technical crew for Berklee’s fall theatrical productions.
As part of a special Bluegrass evening for the BPC concert Inspired by Muddy and Monroe: Featuring the Del McCoury Band and Catherine Russell, the Caf at 161 Mass. Ave will offer a special menu before the show!
Enjoy Smothered Pork Chops, Creamy Mashed Potatoes, Okra and Tomatoes, Red Beans and Rice, Cheesy Grits, Southern Gumbo, and Alligator Eggs (deep fried Oreos).
Be sure to use your student discount to reserve tickets to the concert!
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.