Faculty Notes

By 
Ryan Fleming


Gregory Pavliv of Cedar Grove, NJ, is the director of training for Little Kids Rock, a nonprofit that provides assistance to public schools. The program has reached more than 200,000 students in the United States. Bruce Springsteen made a recent appearance at an event that raised $800,000. Visit www.littlekidsrock.org. 

Assistant Professor of Piano Yoko Miwa released the CD Act Naturally. Her trio was voted Top Jazz Act for 2012 in a Boston Phoenix muisc poll.

Berklee City Music Program instructor Nadia Washington is releasing a self-titled EP. Visit www.nadiawashington.com. 

Bass professor Joe Santerre recently performed with guitarists Jon Finn and Guthrie Govan and was interviewed for www.musicianyou.com. 

Professor Giovanni Moltoni recorded the CD Tomorrow’s Past with the support of a Berklee faculty grant. His group includes Greg Hopkins, Fernando Huergo, and Bob Tamagni. 

Associate Professor Amy Merrill wrote the new musical Silver Spoon, which will be staged in June at Lost Nation Theater in Montpelier, VT. 

Assistant Professor of Composition Michael Weinstein played French horn with the Boston Pops last summer.

Assistant Professor of Electronic Production and Design Steve MacLean and percussionist Chris Cutler released the album The Year of the Dragon

Assistant Professor of Liberal Arts Suzanne Cope is writing a book for Alta Mira Press on artisanal food. 

Professor Richard Sebring (a French hornist with the Boston Symphony and Boston Pops orchestras) is composing music for the Fidelity Investments Oral History Project.