Already Making a Difference

As Berklee students work toward their personal goals this spring, the college is making excellent progress on its own institutional goal: to raise $50 million through Giant Steps, Berklee’s first capital campaign. We’re on track to do it, and gifts from our 7,500 donors are already making a difference.

The college now boasts two new focused areas of study: the Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) and the American Roots Music Program.

More than a Music Lesson

I’m often asked what it was like to grow up on a Caribbean island. But I never really know how to respond other than to say that to me, a kid from St. Martin, Boston seemed pretty exotic.

Final Cadence

Five-Week Summer Performance Program teacher T Lavitz (wearing glasses) pictured with students of Berklee’s Summer Rock Workshop in 2009

USA Songwriting Competition

Don Breithaupt ’84
Don Breithaupt ’84

A Chance to Say Thanks

From the left: Joyce Jackson Dixon, Mark Turner ’90, and Leandro Perpinan ’10

Nashville Notes

Nashville alumni who attended the December 14 holiday party.

San Francisco Celebration

The San Francisco alumni holiday party, which was held December 8 at the jazz-supper club Coda, attracted an enthusiastic crowd, despite a rainy evening.

L.A. Newsbriefs

By 
Peter Gordon

From the left: David Cowan ’90, Neara Russell ’10, and Meg Todd ’09.

Red Sox Tickets Available for Purchase at Discounted Price

Baseball season has finally arrived! As New Englanders, we are eagerly anticipating seeing the Boston Red Sox take the field as David Ortiz enters his final season before retirement. We are excited to announce that there is opportunity for Faculty and Staff to enjoy a game at Fenway Park at a discounted price.

Sex Trafficking Awareness Concert on April 30th

The Sex Trafficking Awareness Concert in The Loft at 921 Boylston Street on Saturday, April 30th from 2:00 PM - 4:00 PM will be bringing light to an under discussed issue in our community.  With musical performances by Beautiful Mess and songs from Freddy and Emilia, we will be hearing about the nature of this industry and how it affects all of us. 

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