Student Clubs

Come Get Involved!

Over 80 Berklee student clubs enrich the student experience, create a diverse community, encourage involvement, and provide opportunities for students to build valuable skills. Open to all Berklee students, these clubs organize programs, events, and meetings across campus throughout the academic year. Clubs listed here are officially recognized through the Student Activities Center.

 

Here's a sampling of the clubs created by and available to Berklee students. Student interests are always changing, and so is our list of clubs. To join a club, simply visit its page by clicking on the club's name and send an email to the club email address listed for the club.

 

Current students: find information about joining or starting a club (login required)


 

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Boston Conservatory Black Student Alliance

The Black Student Alliance of Boston Conservatory at Berklee seeks to promote the welfare and progress of students of color, and hearing the individual needs of the students and community.The Alliance is rooted in African American history and culture, and seeks to share this knowledge at the conservatory.Through service and by providing and/or participating in programs at The Boston Conservatory at Berklee and in the surrounding areas, members will make a difference in society by using not only their artistic talents but also their cultural competence.

 

TheBlackStudentAllianceConstitution.pdf

Join this Group: bocobsa@gmail.com

Brazilian Music Network

The purpose of this group is to promote further studies of the Brazilian Music and of its current industry, and gathering the community of individuals that are in the Brazilian Music Industry creating a network between students and professionals of the field.

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location: TBD

Join this Group: bmn@berklee.edu

Buddhist Club (SGI)

The purpose of this club is to share information about Nichiren's Buddhism, the practice related to this form of Buddhism, and how it relates to everyday life.

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location:

  • Thursdays in Rm 302, 136 Mass Ave, 1:00 - 2:00 p.m.

SGI Buddhism Club Constitution.pdf

Join this Group: sleys@berklee.edu

BUGLE

B.U.G.L.E. is Berklee's official student-run LGBTQ (etc.) club. We exist as a support network to those who consider themselves part of or an ally to LGBTQ culture. We meet weekly and conduct informal meetings discussing issues facing the LGBTQ community, relevant news articles, and events that may have come up in our lives that we want to share. In addition, we form our own group of passionate friends, united in a common cause of LGBTQ awareness and support as we work against isolation.

We are not just limited to Berklee students, and we encourage anyone interested in our club to visit us or email us! Allies are welcome!

Follow us on Twitter at @BerkleeBugle!

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location:

  • Thursdays in Rm 103, 7 Haviland, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

B.U.G.L.E.Constitution.pdf

Join this Group: bugle@berklee.edu

Catholic Community at Berklee

The Catholic Community at Berklee College of Music is a student-run organization on campus that exists in order to draw students into an intimate relationship with God through His Church on earth by providing educational and spiritual resources, access to the Sacraments, and opportunities for service and community, rooted in prayer and love.

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location:

  • Tuesdays in Rm 301, 136 Mass Ave, 7:00 - 9:00 p.m.

Join this Group: catholic@berklee.edu

Colombianos at Berklee

Come learn and unite around Colombian culture!

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location: TBD

Join this Group: colombianos@berklee.edu

Conservatory Connections

Serving the community for more than 15 years, Conservatory Connections is a robust community outreach program in which 38 percent of the student body participates annually. This community engagement program involves students from all divisions, and programming is all-inclusive. In total, Conservatory Connections serves more than 40 community partners with more than 100 performances each year.

The program was founded by a group of students who didn’t want to lose sight of their purpose in training for a life in the arts: to tell stories, inspire dialogues, and to connect with others. These students had a vision of bringing the arts to underserved audiences, and made it their mission to use performance as a way of empowering others to live fuller, healthier lives.

Conservatory Connections consists of performance outreach, community programs, and autism-related programming. Ensemble groups, including the Troubadors (opera), Cabaret (musical theater), and Chamber Music, perform for community partners citywide, while Autism-Friendly Performances bring children and families on campus to experience live theater in a safe space. For new and current students, learn more about how you can get involved.

Crepusculum Choir

Crepusculum is a student run chamber choir based at Berklee College of Music in Boston, MA. Crepusculum, Latin for twilight, strives for the perfect blending of light and dark voices. With a wide variety of backgrounds in music, the group has a unique sound. We perform both student works as well as more well known pieces in both service, concert and video setting.

Find us on social media!: Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter

Fall 2016 Club Meeting Time/Location:

  •  Thursdays & Sundays, Rm 118, 150 Mass Ave, 6:00 - 8:00 p.m.

Crepusculum Choir Constitution.pdf

Join this Group: crepusculumchoir@berklee.edu

E-Sports Club

Berklee e-Sports Club (BeSPC) recognizes that there are several needs for a competitive video game organization on campus for interscholastic competition and an organization managing for national/international gaming event on campus. Furthermore, the BeSPC seeks to introduce a new generation of players and a new competitive gaming to this arena.          

To these ends, the BeSPC aims to facilitate a friendly environment where each member can improve their skills; where new members can seek advice from veteran players, and all members can practice their skills amongst each other. In addition, the BeSPC aims to strengthen collegiate/general gaming community and create a general amount of interests related to e-Sports, competitive gaming for public, in and outside Berklee College of Music.

Fall 2015 Club Meeting Time/Location:

  • E-Sports nights will be hosted in The Loft from 7:00 - 10:00 pm on the following dates: September 24th, 2016; October 22nd, 2016

Twitter and twitch.tv: @eSportsBerklee

Join this Group: esportsclub@berklee.edu