Summer 2015 Check-in: Tuesday, May 19 through Friday, May 22

The Office of the Registrar welcomes you back for the summer semester and would like to remind you that all students are required to check-in during the designated check-in period of May 19 through May 22, 2015.

ENCL 404: Summer Musical Theater: Instrumentalists, Singers, and Conductors

New Course this summer with Five Broadway shows!
1 credit, Thursday 11am-12:20pm in 1260 Boylston

West Side Story
Oklahoma
Man of La Mancha
South Pacific
Mary Poppins

This will be a repertory orchestra. Looking for instrumentalists, singers  and conductors:   NO AUDITION REQUIRED
Eric Stern will be joining me during the summer as well!

For more information please contact Peter Cokkinias: pcokkinias@berklee.edu
 

MB Students Planning to Go to Law School: Intern at Sony in New York!

Sony Music (NYC) Business Affairs Internship 

 

New to the Berklee Career Manager:

Internship opportunity for Music Business students who are very serious to go to law school. This is a great opportunity to work directly with a Berklee alumni in the licensing department.

Daily responsibilities include organizing agreements and contract summary documents, reviewing licensing files, and creating spreadsheets to track documents.

Retirement One-on-Ones

Want a chance to sit down and review your Berklee retirement account? Sign up for a private, one-on-one meeting with a representative from Transamerica.

Review your quarterly statement, discuss investment options, learn about planning tools available on the Transamerica website and ask questions about your account.

These are private sessions and appointments are required.

Content Managers: Event Type Now Required

The next time you create an event, you'll notice that the Type field is now mandatory. We are now requiring an event type, which will give the developers more control over how the events can be organized, filtered, and presented on the site.

Whenever possible, we encourage you to select the event type that's most relevant (e.g., Concert, Recital, Clinics and Master Classes). If you don't see something that applies to your event, it's fine to select "Other."

The Counseling & Advising Center will be closed all day Tuesday, May 12th for a staff event.

Please plan accordingly. If you are having a mental health emergency on this day, please follow the instructions on our office gate or our voice mail at 617-747-2310 to reach an on-call crisis counselor. 

Locker Rentals

LOCKER RENTALS AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS FOR SUMMER SEMESTER

1108 Boylston Street

Players Needed: 21st Century Grooves Ensemble

Players Needed: 21st Century Grooves Ensemble

David Fiuczynski Summer 2015 ensemble

"21st Century grooves" needs players:

elec. or upright bass, strings, keys, gtr, percussion & horns,

electronic keyboard drummer

ENFF-326-002 Improv 21st-Century Grooves (monday 4-6pm - Advanced small band)

will mix easy odd time signatures, current beats and unusual modes and harmonies in a jazz improv context. The purpose of this class is to bridge the divide between jazz harmonies and groove vamps by combining both. Furthermore, heavy emphasis is on melodic development techniques. By the end of this class you will have a working knowledge in various styles and preferably new beat ideas that YOU introduce!!!

Partial composition list interpreted in different styles: Syrinx (Debussy) – 32nd note hihat beat in 7/4, Millennium Bomb (Andy Milne) swung funk 9/4, Moonring (Fiuczynski) 2step in 6/4, Cdim, Almond Pear (Fiuczynski) – House groove in 5/4, Glyd#6#9 and B13b9, Miles Beyond (Mahavishnu), The Prophet (Eric Dolphy as recorded by Joachim Kuhn) – a “free” groove, and more.....

student compositions encouraged and welcome!!!

please contact me at dfiuczynski@berklee.edu

Players Needed: 21st Century Grooves Ensemble

David Fiuczynski Summer 2015 ensemble

"21st Century grooves" needs players:

elec. or upright bass, strings, keys, gtr, percussion & horns,

electronic keyboard drummer

ENFF-326-002 Improv 21st-Century Grooves (monday 4-6pm - Advanced small band)

will mix easy odd time signatures, current beats and unusual modes and harmonies in a jazz improv context. The purpose of this class is to bridge the divide between jazz harmonies and groove vamps by combining both. Furthermore, heavy emphasis is on melodic development techniques. By the end of this class you will have a working knowledge in various styles and preferably new beat ideas that YOU introduce!!!

Partial composition list interpreted in different styles: Syrinx (Debussy) – 32nd note hihat beat in 7/4, Millennium Bomb (Andy Milne) swung funk 9/4, Moonring (Fiuczynski) 2step in 6/4, Cdim, Almond Pear (Fiuczynski) – House groove in 5/4, Glyd#6#9 and B13b9, Miles Beyond (Mahavishnu), The Prophet (Eric Dolphy as recorded by Joachim Kuhn) – a “free” groove, and more.....

student compositions encouraged and welcome!!!

please contact me at dfiuczynski@berklee.edu

Finance Division Office Moves

Additional office space recently acquired at 855 Boylston Street is the new home for several teams within the Finance division.

 

Starting Monday, May 18, Accounting/Finance, Budget, Business Services, and Procurement staff will be located on Level 2. The Accounts Payable and Payroll teams move to this suite on Tuesday, May 26. The Bursar will remain at 921 Boylston Street, suite 240. 

 

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