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

Berklee Discount to Intersection: "Where Fashion and Fitness Meet"

Whether you want to workout, get fashion advice, or hang with like-minded professionals, join us for a social night out in your 

Vocalists and Songwriters: Submit Your Songs to Voices of Berklee (Collaborative YouTube Series)

Voices of Berklee is a collaborative YouTube series, bringing together Berklee musicians to create in and out-of-studio music videos, showcasing Berklee songwriting and instrumental talent. We are currently looking for vocalists and songwriters for a few songs for the project, which will be recorded later this year, into next year.

Please email Tommy Marcus, the head of this project, at for more information on this project.

Women, Technology & Creativity: How to Face Challenges Head-On in a Male Dominated Field

An Interactive workshop with Bonnie Hayes, Chrissy Tignor Fisher, Susan Rogers, Leanne Ungar and Alison Plante.

Wednesday, September 23, 2015, 7-10pm at the Berklee Library Learning Center

A Message from Mark Campbell, Vice President for Enrollment

Dear members of the campus community,

I am writing to share information about enrollment for the fall 2015 semester.

The entering class is slightly over 1,000 students. This class is academically and musically strong, diverse in every way imaginable, and, by all accounts, off to a great start thanks to a terrific orientation and a warm welcome from the entire Berklee community. Female students comprise 35.5 percent of the class—an all-time record at Berklee—and international students make up 33.5 percent, which is our highest level in 10 years.

BTOT Session Proposal Deadline Extended to Thursday, October 1

All faculty and administrators are invited to submit Session Proposals and/or ideas for BTOT Blitz presentations, a session dedicated to

Should there be a keyboard skills requirement? Your input needed.

Over the past few months, an ad hoc subcommittee of the College Curriculum Committee has been meeting to examine the possibility of (re-)introducing a keyboard skills requirement for all Berklee undergraduates. We have collected a variety of data and are considering several different models, from no requirement, to a test-based competency, to a single- or multi-credit course.