Howl at the Moon • 184 High Street • 7-9pm • Wednesday, October 10th
Howl at the Moon is a dueling piano bar, however many of their musicians are multi-instrumentalists as they’ll have a full band perform between sets. Since the purpose is to play, sing, and interact with the audience, bring your best, crowd-pleasing, high-energy song(s)! Most of their performers have a varied repertoire and are able to take requests.
“Berklee Night” at Howl at the Moon, is a fun opportunity for you perform with their regular entertainers in front of a live audience and show them what you’ve got! They offer part-time and full-time performance careers with benefits (such as paid training, health, and 401k)! Look for them in 16 other cities across the country too. It’s a very fun environment and you may find friends and fellow alumni who already work there!
So come on by, check it out, and bring your friends to cheer you on!
• RSVP to schedule your spot by October 9th!
• Under 21 allowed as long as you perform.
• Complimentary appetizers will be served!
If you miss this one, contact Howl at the Moon for other Tuesday jam night opportunities!
International students may participate in this event, however an offer for employment would count towards OPT – please contact your International Advisor in the Counseling & Advising Center for more information.
What fellow Berklee students who work at Howl at the Moon are saying:
“It is a great place to enhance and practice real life musicianship skills. You interact with audiences everyday and perform popular tunes as requested by them which forces you to be on top of all the greatest hits from oldies to everyday now music. If you like to perform on a daily basis in front of tons of faces and want to keep your performing skills tip top this is where you want to be.” –Eddie Vasquez, Performer
“For students considering becoming a performer at Howl at the Moon I think it’s a wonderful opportunity to gain experience on multiple instruments as well as performing in a band setting. I’ve watched others, Berklee students or not grow as musicians simply by widening their repetoire and becoming more confident as performers. It’s a great way to simply improve on all of the talents you already possess.” –Greg Esposto, Engineer