BCA. Berklee College of Music
Found in 35 Collections and/or Records:
This collection consists of 1 box of teaching materials created and compiled by former Berklee faculty member (and chair of the harmony department) Barrie Nettles. Materials include reels, tapes, papers, and textbook drafts. Teaching materials include workbooks and exams for Harmony 1, Harmony 2, Harmony 3, and Harmony 4, as well as exams for Arranging 1 and 2 and Ear Training placement exams.
Personal papers of musician, composer, bandleader, and educator Benedict J. Pullo, Jr. (1906-1996) Materials primarily comprise published and unpublished compositions and related copyright documentation, as well as audio recordings, clippings, and ephemera.
Scores for works performed at recitals put on by the Berklee Alumni Composers Collective, founded by Berklee College of Music alumni Frank E. Warren ‘76.
Approximately 100 Compact Disc recordings collected by Berklee College of Music's Office of Alumni Affairs and featuring Berklee alumni. The vast majority of these recordings are commercial releases from circa 1997-2013, but there are also several undated items.
Parts and scores for three overtures composed by Berklee College of Music alumni, commissioned for and performed at the Berklee 60th Anniversary Concert on January 28, 2006.
This collection consists of 10 boxes of quarter inch, quarter track analog audio tapes of events held on the Berklee College of Music campus dating from approximately 1969-1994. Campus events recorded include clinics, master classes, concerts, opening convocation, and commencement ceremonies.
Photographs, negatives, slides, and other promotional materials from the late 1990’s to early 2000’s, produced by or for Berklee's Communications office. Images document buildings, student life, selected individuals, and campus events.
This collection consists of concert programs generated by Berklee College of Music’s Concert Operations department, known colloquially as the Concert Office. Events include student, faculty, visiting artist, and professional performances in the following five campus venues: Lawrence and Alma Berk Hall, Oliver Colvin Hall, David Friend Hall, The Red Room @ Café 939, and the Berklee Performance Center.