Class of 2011, Berklee College of Music, Music Business/Management
Khandeya Sheppard is a steelpan musician, educator, and arts administrator with a wide range of solo and ensemble performance experiences in the United States and Trinidad and Tobago. In 2011, Khandeya became the first female steelpan graduate from Berklee College of Music, receiving a B.M. in Music Business/Management with a minor in Africana Studies: Music & Society. She also holds a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Music Entrepreneurship from UMBC.
Khandeya was formerly a Preparatory Academy and Faculty Outreach Teacher for the Berklee City Music Boston program. In 2013, she began working for the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra OrchKids music education initiative and currently serves as a Senior Program Manager of three sites. She is active as a solo performer, the music director and leader of NEXUS Band and Dynamic Steel Project, and the creator and co-founder of the Black Berklee Network.
Saturday, February 27, 2021
It's a Zoom social for current students and alumni!
This session features a diverse group of Black alumni from the Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee communities. Current students - join this session to listen to their stories, learn about their professional and artistic pursuits, and expand your network.
Open to students and alumni only.