Bill Elliott

Ryan Fleming

Bill Elliott, professor of contemporary writing and production (CWP) who deftly weathered many shifts in taste and technology while honing his musical expertise, is determined to pass on his on-the-gig wisdom.

Snow Day Facilities Update

The information below is for Sunday, February 15.

Front Desk and Practice Rooms at 130, 142, and 150 Massachusetts Avenue: Tentatively open 11:00 a.m.—8:00 p.m., based on weather conditions. Call 617 747-2094 for more information.

171 Massachusetts Avenue:  CLOSED

Dining Hall: Open for brunch hours

Ensemble Rooms:  CLOSED

Fordham Road: Open 3:00 p.m. until 11:00 p.m.

Learning Center and Library: CLOSED

The Counseling & Advising Center will be closed due to severe weather, Tuesday, Feb. 10th

The college will be closed due to continued severe weather on Tuesday, February 10th. If you are having a mental health emergency, please call Berklee Public Safety at 617-747-2333 to be connected with on off-site crisis counselor, or you may go to your local hospital emergency room for assistance. Thank you.

Message from Academic Affairs

School closing and class cancellations since the start of the semester due to severe weather conditions have resulted in multiple missed classes for some courses, particularly those that meet on Mondays. We are evaluating the academic impact of these cancellations and considering scheduling class adjustments for the spring semester to help address the situation.

Dr. William Junior ’07

Mark Small

Dr. William Junior ’07 has many helping hands along his path to becoming an M.D. specializing in anesthesiology.

A Look Back at 2014

Jason Camelio

A slideshow of images from some of the many events Berklee produced throughout 2014

New Additions to the Board of Trustees

The Berklee Board of Trustees grew in 2014 with the addition of six highly accomplished professionals from diverse backgrounds.

Young Berklee Artists Dazzle Monterey Jazz Fans

Rob Hochschild

At the September 2014 festival in Monterey, California, a quintet of Berklee alumni and current students, led by pianist and vocalist Sarah McKenzie ’14, captivated the audience.

Berklee Online to Award First Degree

Larry Oppenheimer ’77 (aka “Larry the O”) will be the first person to complete his degree through Berklee Online, the digital campus for Berklee College of Music, and will be among the graduates at Berklee’s 2015 commencement exercises.

Teaching, Moving Couches, and Leading

Mark Small

Berklee’s vice president for student affairs and dean of students retires after 42 years of service to the college.