Music Haven Fellows Visit Berklee College of Music

On Monday, April 24th, 2017, our Music Haven Fellows traveled to Boston for their annual trip to explore the campus of Berklee College of Music. We asked one of the fellows, Robert, to recount his time on the trip... 

Photo Credit: Karina Irizarry

Photo Credit: Karina Irizarry

Robert eating ice cream from Emack & Bolio's

Robert eating ice cream from Emack & Bolio's

"Going to Boston with The Music Haven Fellows was extremely satisfying and fun; it was stimulating to all five senses as it provided some new scenery, several marvelous Luncheon locations, different styles of music streaming through the streets, blissful smells emanating from the Downtown strip, and being able to touch and feel the expensive equipment at Berklee was a once in a lifetime experience."

"The day started with an extensive tour of the Berklee College of Music, a prestigious Music School centered on a relationship with the students by fellowship with music which is the best type of bond. Walking through those halls really gave you the feeling that you would be safe and enthralled within the music family. Following Berklee I was blessed with an outside lunch surrounded by the people I love the most, along with a new edition to the Music Haven family, Ms. Becky, (although I like to call her Beverley). Afterwards we took a lovely tour of the city in which we did a multitude of galvanized and pleasurable activities including an ice cream binge and some small shopping fits." 

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh

Photo Credit: Rebecca Paugh