Caroline Boehmer

Communication and Operations Coordinator
B.M. - Berklee College of Music

Office: 76 Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center
Phone: (319) 273-2028

Caroline Boehmer joined the UNI School of Music staff in 2007. Born in Nevada and raised in Iowa , Caroline has been a lifelong musician with a career in arts administration.

Caroline earned her Bachelor of Music degree from Berklee College of Music, where she studied vocal technique, improvisation and songwriting with Anne Peckham, Maggie Scott and Joanne Whitaker.

In 2000, Caroline founded the non-profit organization Memory Music. The organization is devoted to assisting young musicians in developing professional skills, creating press kits and offering performance opportunities that benefit national and international charities. Proceeds from Memory Music performances have been contributed to AmFAR, RAINN, Save the Music, Make-A-Wish Foundation and more.

Caroline began her arts administration career at the Waterloo Center for the Arts where she served as administrative assistant to the staff of the center from 1998-1999. She joined the staff of Berklee's admissions office in 2002, overseeing recruitment, campus tours and summer programs.

As an artist, Caroline has performed at music festivals and performance halls throughout the United States, including the San Francisco Pride Festival, Boston's Club Passim and The Matrix and San Diego's esteemed folk venue Twiggs. She has shared the stage with Elvin Jones, Kenwood Dennard, Lauren Passarelli, Al Kooper and others. In 2001, she was awarded the Northern California Songwriter's Association Song of the Year award for a duet co-written with Champ Records recording artist Alicia Champion. Caroline has released two independent albums and has placed her original music in several films/television programs.

Caroline enjoys playing the piano and songwriting in her free time and occasionally performs locally.