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.
The Contemporary Music Production Club intends to give students a place where they can share creative production ideas both with each other and from more experienced producers through online interviews and studio visits in the Boston area.
The club will have discussions about intermediary to advanced production techniques. We will talk about aspects of music analysis, gear, and life as a producer. The intention is to go towards a more creative approach taking time to analyze other producers’ work, giving emphasis to arranging mixing choices, instrumental and vocal recordings.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Mondays, Room 175, 150 Mass Ave, 7.00-8.00 pm (Will move to 2E beginning 10/27/14).
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This club will take a broad approach, free of genre restrictions, format or preconceived rules. We may take a multi-disciplinary approach, or create music with the ideas learned from other places (classes, folk traditions, communities we grew up with, life experience, On The Job Training...)
Our purpose will be to form a
closer relationship between our imagination and the art we make.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Thursdays, Room 404, 136 Mass Ave, 6.00-8.00 pm.
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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.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Times/Locations: Tuesdays, Room 403, 136 Mass Ave, 6.00-9.00 pm; Sundays, Room 403, 136 Mass Ave, 6.00-9.00 pm.
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The Disney music club is a place to celebrate the famous works of Disney. We are going to listen, learn and play all of our favorite tunes and who knows, for some watching a Disney movie once a week might be the perfect way to relax a little from school's stress.
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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.
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Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Last met on Friday, 9/12/14 from 6.00-10.00 pm in The Loft.
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For many years, electronic music has been becoming more and more prominent out in the world and here in Berklee. The Berklee Electronica Club is one of the most important clubs in the college because of its growth over the past years. It is a community of Berklee students from any major and background that are interested in electronic music in all its forms. The club is resourced for production skills, performance opportunities, and extracurricular networking. The club consists on: songwriting/production/sound design analysis and constructive criticism, performances, artist demonstrations, workshops, field trips, and a album release.
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The Film Scoring Network (FSN) is a collection of students from Berklee College of Music who share an interest in film music and sound design and have come together to learn from each other and make a presence in the film community. We also connect our organization with television, film, and media departments at other universities nationwide to offer a two-way learning experience by composing music or sound for student projects that want original scores.
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The Flute Society at Berklee will unite and serve as a voice for the flute community at Berklee College of Music. We will help players with things such as proficiency tests, recitals and any flute related issues to promote the growth of players’ abilities and musicality. Also, the society will serve as a networking tool by inviting guest speakers and professional flute players to help with technical and professional aspects of flute playing. We will also collaborate with other departments such as the Film Scoring department to create a database of flute players for composers to use in their recording sessions.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Times/Locations: Tuesdays, Room 404, 136 Mass Ave, 6.00-7.00 pm; Wednesdays, Room 177, 150 Mass Ave, 6.00-7.00 pm.
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The purpose of iiv Games and Stuff is to provide an environment wherein its members may experience any and all forms of multi-person competitive and non-competitive games, including and not limited to such broadly defined categories as role-playing, board games, card games, dice games, war games and miniature simulations. The Gaming Club will help find fans of particular games or systems to organize with other such fans.
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The purpose of this club is to plan benefit concerts to raise funds for local, national, and possibly international charities. Instruments for Change helps members get experience in event planning, booking venues, talent scouting and booking bands, publicizing through different media, running a concert, and, of course, fundraising for a good cause by doing something they are passionate about.
Fall 2014 Club Meeting Time/Location: Tuesdays, Room 176, 150 Mass Ave, 6.00-7.30 pm.
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