800 Boylston St.
Boston, Massachusetts 02199

Berklee Performers Play Free Outdoor Concerts at the Prudential Center as Part of Berklee Summer in the City, Presented by Natixis Global Asset Management

Lunch Outdoors with the Pop/Rock Guitarist and Songwriter Brian Dunne
Boston, MA, June 7, 2011 – Prudential Center lunch goers’ midday breaks will get a boost on Tuesday, June 14 courtesy of guitarist and songwriter Brian Dunne. The pop/rock artist will provide the soundtrack for Tuesday’s lunch hour at 800 Boylston Street as Dunne joins the list of talented artists who will perform for free as part of Berklee Lunch Sessions at Prudential Center. The series takes place Tuesdays at noon through July 26, 2011, weather permitting.
Dunne’s influences span a wide range of artists including Sam Cooke, Tom Waits, Ryan Adams, Bob Dylan, U2, The musician has been playing consistently in Boston for the past four years and released his debut EP last fall. For more information on Dunne, visit his Web site at briandunnemusic.net.
Berklee Lunch Sessions at Prudential Center is part of Berklee Summer in the City, Presented by Natixis Global Asset Management, which brings free musical performances by Berklee faculty, students and alumni to neighborhoods in the Boston area and beyond. For more information on Summer in the City, and to find out if Berklee artists are performing in your neighborhood, please visit berklee.edu/events/summer.

Headquartered in Paris and Boston, Natixis Global Asset Management provides investment solutions to both institutional and individual clients. The Berklee Summer in the City sponsorship is the second phase of a new multi-year global NGAM music sponsorship program designed to align business objectives with initiatives that preserve cultural experience through music.

Berklee College of Music, for over 65 years, has evolved to support its belief that the best way to prepare students for careers in music is through contemporary music education. The college was the first in the U.S. to teach jazz, the popular music of the time. It incorporated rock n’ roll in the 1960s, created the world's first degree programs in film scoring, music synthesis, and songwriting, and, in recent years, added world music, hip-hop, electronica, and video game music to its curriculum. With a diverse student body representing over 80 countries, a music industry "who’s who" of alumni that have received 200 Grammy Awards, Berklee is the world’s premier learning lab for the music of today – and tomorrow.

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