BPC Alum, Ross Parish '13, treated BPC middle school students to a concert by his a cappella group, Redhot & Blue, on May 17. Redhot has pushed boundaries since their inception as Yale's first all-gender vocal group in 1977. Just like the jazz greats they always honor, they perform music that shows how jazz both inspires and reflects the world around it. At the core of their repertoire are jazz standards, but they have put a Redhot spin on a number of pop and R&B tunes over the years as well. This premier vocal group included a visit to BPC ...READ MORE →
BPC alum Elazar Sontag (class of 2012) now on the masthead of one of the world’s most famous food magazines!
Elazar, Bon Appétit’s newest tastemaker, has transformed his childhood passion for food and cooking into the role of restaurant editor. His inaugural book, The Local Butcher Shop From Farm to ...READ MORE →
Congratulations to our advanced band musicians, under the leadership of Band Director Jerry Kennedy, for a wonderful showing at the Santa Cruz Jazz Festival on March 19. This was BPC’s ...READ MORE →
On March 12, 35 BPC volunteers came out to support the shoreline cleanup in Albany initiated by 6th grader Shahvir Bhujwala as part of the important work of the Climate ...READ MORE →
Our lower school student-driven newspaper is back up and running! Enjoy the first edition of 2022 featuring book reviews, jokes, interviews, and a music survey. Special thanks to our editor-in-chief, ...READ MORE →
Congratulations BPC Advanced Band! Band Director Jerry Kennedy is proud to announce that BPC's Advanced Band placed 4th in the Folsom Jazz Festival on Saturday, January 29! "Our Band students ...READ MORE →
In honor of American Girl’s 2022 Girl of the Year, Corinne Tan, American Girl is partnering with Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Youth Rising, a student-led organization founded by BPC ...READ MORE →