Public Safety Updates

Public Safety’s New Look

While the hiring process for Police Officers is ongoing, six (6) Police Officers have recently joined our ranks. Three (3) police officers are currently assigned to the Evening Shift from 2:00p.m. to 10:00p.m. Three (3) more police officers will be assigned to the Day Shift 10:00a.m. to 2:00p.m. by April 28th.

Berklee Police Officers, who are replacing contract security, will perform all campus patrols; walking, marked patrol vehicle and bicycle.

The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra will premiere their new, original score to E.A. Dupont’s Weimar-era masterwork, Varieté (1925)

Image from Variete, Silent Film Series CoolidgeThe Coolidge Corner Theatre is proud to welcome back Berklee College of Music Professor Sheldon Mirowitz and the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra for the world premiere of the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra’s (BSFO) new, original score to E.A. Dupont’s Weimar-era masterwork, Varieté (1925) on Monday, May 2nd at 7pm.

Looking for a few more courses to complete your Fall schedule? Check out these Fall course offerings.

  • John, Paul, George and Ringo: The Solo Years

       HR-P351-001, Tuesday, 1:00 - 2:50pm

Explore the Solo Careers of the Beatles from 1970 to the present through audio and visual examples. Uncover the unique harmonic, melodic, and lyrical techniques of the four Beatles in their solo career, through the lens of culture, era, their personal lives and their other creative projects. This class fulfills elective requirements for the Harmony Minor.

New Trends

From the left: music supervision panelists Eve Nelson ’86, Chuck Doud ’88, and Mary Jo Mennella

Course Evaluations Close May 7

Students: Remember to evaluate your spring courses before midnight on May 7.

A Perugian Recipe

Other than eating and drinking well, my main function during the Umbria Jazz Festival is to direct master classes and prepare student ensembles for a concert experience: four ensembles in just four rehearsals.

Final Cadence

Emidio Mellone ’49 of Weymouth, MA, passed away on September 16, 2010. He was 84. An alumnus of the Schillinger House (the predecessor of Berklee), he served as a U.S. Marine and was a veteran of World War II. Mellone was a clarinet player and worked with local orchestras and bands. Mellone had retired from his job as a printer and was a Grant Knight of the Knights of Columbus in Allston and Weymouth, MA, as well as a lector at Sacred Heart Parish in Weymouth.

Workstudy Student ID's

All student ID's deactivate during semester breaks.  The ID's remain deactivated if they do not have summer classes.  If you have workstudy students working during the upcoming semester break or through the summer (not taking classes), e-mail Public Safety and we will make sure their ID's remain active.  If your workstudy students are taking classes while working in the summer, please do not e-mail us those names.  Their ID's will be activated when the semester begins.  If you have any questions, you can

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