Berklee Today - Spring 2001 table of contents

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 

 

Spring 2001 Issue
Volume 12
Number 3

In Berklee today's
Spring 2001 issue
:

PIANO STORIES
After nine records as a leader, and dozens more as a sideman, Cyrus Chestnut '85 is following the path of the jazz pioneers and revealing himself in his music.

by Mark Small '73

 
LEAD SHEET
Beyond Berklee's Walls
by Associate Vice President President for Operations Tom Riley '78

Also see New Fordham Road Practice Facility Creates Opportunities for Students
by Dean of the Performance Division Matt Marvuglio

THE CARE AND FEEDING OF YOUR AUDIENCE
A review of Livingston Taylor's new book Stage Performance
by Mark Small '73

WINTER HEALTH TIPS FOR VOCALISTS
Practical advice to keep you singing through the coldest days of the season
by Associate Professor of Voice Anne Peckham

ALUM PROFILE
Ryan Paternite '93: Bagels, Berklee, and the Birdland Sessions
by Mark Small '73

BERKLEE BEAT
Encore Gala nets $380,000, music education technology conference, Jay Chattaway residence, Bill Pierce profile, faculty news, and more

IN THE MOMENT . . .
A collage capturing hard-working Berklee alumni in the act
by Ken Franckling

ALUM NOTES
News, quotes, and recordings of note

FINAL CADENCE

CODA
When Life Asks You to Play
by JoJo David '94


EDITOR Mark Small '73
CONTRIBUTORS Toni Ballard, JoJo David, Ken Franckling, Sarah Godcher, Peter Gordon, Matt Marvuglio, Anne Peckham, Tom Riley, Adrian Ross, and Emily Singer
COVER PHOTO Paul Foley
Special thanks to the management of the Regattabar in Cambridge, Massachusetts, for permission to photograph in their facility.
GRAPHICS C0NSULTANT Robert Torres
COPY EDITOR Lisa Burrell

 

editor's welcome

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Best regards,
Mark Small, Editor
Berklee Today
 

 

 


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