Nominate a Teacher for a 2016 Distinguished Faculty Award

The Distinguished Faculty Awards honor the best of Berklee's teachers for the influence they have on the development of our students and their part in maintaining the College's commitment to educational excellence. We honor teaching that inspires curiosity and creativity in students, work that fosters respect and collaboration among colleagues, and contributions to the ongoing development of Berklee's unique curriculum.

Nominations Open for Distinguished Faculty Awards 2016

The Distinguished Faculty Awards honor the best of Berklee's teachers for the influence they have on the development of our students and their part in maintaining the College's commitment to educational excellence. We honor teaching that inspires curiosity and creativity in students, work that fosters respect and collaboration among colleagues, and contributions to the ongoing development of Berklee's unique curriculum.

On the Podium at Abbey Road

By 
Mark Small

Things get real for Valencia film scoring students.

Understanding the Musical Brain

By 
Mark Small

Musician, neuroscientist, author, and educator Daniel Levitin '79 has one of the most diverse résumés of just about any Berklee alumnus you could name: from member of punk band the Mortals to session musician with the Grateful Dead and Santana, recording engineer to amp modifier, and now neuroscientist and author.

Berklee Today Fall 2015

Musician/neuroscientist/author Daniel Levitin ’79, a visit to Abbey Road Studios, Berklee Music Therapy provides hope in Columbia, and Berklee groups perform at Lollapalooza and Osheaga festivals.

 

2017 Budget Process

Hello Everyone!  It’s that time of year again - we’re beginning the 2017 budget process!  Please see the attached memo for information and guidance. 

2017 Budget Memo_09_16_15_final.docx

Contemporary Songwriting Masterclass with David Aguilar

Contemporary Songwriting Masterclass with David Aguilar

(with Guitarist: Pablo Reyes)

Between Us: A Conversation with Nate Albert

The Manifesto and Nate Albert will visit Berklee to conduct a discussion with students and to record the final podcast for the inaugural series of Between Us. The discussion will be hosted by Michelle Sullivan, cofounder and editor-in-chief of The Manifesto, an annual print book dedicated to the business of music.

Ninth Annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium

Presented by the Music Business/Management Department, the Ninth Annual Business of Hip-Hop/Urban Music Symposium 

Austin to Boston: Cutting Through the Noise

Hosted by Berklee's Professional Education Division and Ralph Jaccodine of the Music Business/Management Department, Austin to Boston: Cutting through the Noise is a two-day event that includes master classes, hands-on instruction, and round table discussions, and culminates in a concert featuring Eliza GilkysonRebecca LoebeBetty Soo, and Bianca De L

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