Berklee Today


Spring 2002 Issue

Volume 13

Number 3


In Berklee today's

Spring 2002 issue
:

LIVING IN THE PRESENT TENSE

With a legacy of gold and platinum albums, awards, and accolades from every quarter behind him, Canada's premier songwriter Bruce Cockburn is firmly in the moment

 

LEAD SHEET

The importance of name recognition

by Gary Burton

OUTSIDE THE GLARE OF THE SPOTLIGHT

A look at the careers of three alumni making waves in the music products industry

by Mark Small

ALUM PROFILE

David Neves '76: Rhode Island's Teacher of the Year

by Mark Small '73

FACULTY PROFILE

Eugene Frisen: Berklee's Cello Man

by Mark Small '73

RORSCHACH AND MUSICAL EFFICIENCY

Tips for more efficient composition

by Jon Damian '73

BERKLEE BEAT

Distance learning, Shekinah, Musical Chills, faculty news, and more

THE DIGITAL PRODUCER

Kimo Williams shares tips and insights on recording with digital tools

by Kimo Williams '76

ALUM NOTES

News, quotes, and recordings of note

FINAL CADENCE

ALUMNI BEAT

L.A. NEWSBRIEFS

CODA

Lessons Learned at the Willow

by Ed Hazell


EDITOR Mark Small '73
CONTRIBUTORS Toni Ballard, Lee Eliot Berk, Gary Burton, Jon Damian, SarahGodcher, Peter Gordon, Ed Hazell, Adrian Ross, Emily Singer, Beverly Tryon,and Kimo Williamsi
COVER PHOTO Kevin Kelly
GRAPHICS CONSULTANT Robert Torres
COPY EDITOR Lauren Horwitz