The RED ROOM @ Café 939 Berklee College of Music proudly presents:
Berklee-In-The-Round (B.I.T.R.) Tuesdays
7pm-9pm (doors at 6:30pm/FREE)
What is B.I.T.R. Tuesdays?
Berkee-In-The-Round Tuesdays is a free acoustic performance showcasing Berklee students, faculty, alumni plus special
guests. Inspired by the world-famous Bluebird Café rounds in Nashville, TN, B.I.T.R. Tuesdays are held on the last
Tuesday of each month during the semester. The writers are seated in the center of the room and perform their original
songs round-robin fashion, creating an intimate listening room vibe, as if the audience was joining the writers in their living
A special chair is reserved in the round for a “mystery” guest. This person could be an established artist who visiting the
college or touring in the area, a hit songwriter, etc. You never know who may show up for a few songs, or join in for the
Who can come to B.I.T.R. Tuesdays?
This is a free series, open to the public. It is a chance for the Boston songwriting community at-large to congregate and
network, as well as their friends and fans of great acoustic music.
Playing B.I.T.R. Tuesdays – Information for Performers
At this time, performers are limited to Berklee students, faculty and alumni only.
To be considered for a slot in a round, please submit:
• Three original songs (you must be the performer).
• A short bio with contact information
• Note: Links to your materials are preferred, mp3s are ok.
• Send your submission files and links to
Stan Swiniarski (firstname.lastname@example.org) do not send to the Red
You will be scheduled to perform based on:
• Your songs
• Your Presentation
• Compatibility with other writers being considered for a given round.
Additional Information for performers
Rounds are booked up to 6 months in advance. If you are invited, you’ll be given a date for your round. Please make
every effort to be available for the date. If you cannot make that round, there may be a long wait before another date
The show is two hours. You must be able to perform at least 30 minutes of your own original acoustic music. No
It is more entertaining for the listeners when performers can support each other musically or vocally; rehearsal is
encouraged! Generally you will know who you are teamed with about a month in advance of the performance.
You may bring an accompanist, but the total number of people sitting in the round cannot exceed 6 total, so generally
we can only accommodate one additional accompanist per round.