Stephen Webber

Professor Stephen Webber released his Stylus Symphony CD/DVD, featuring Berklee faculty, staff, and students. Visit www.stephenwebbermusic.com.

Jimmy Kachulis

Songwriting Professor Jimmy Kachulis was nominated for the first-ever Grammy Award for music education.

John Kellogg

Assistant Chair of the Music Business/Management Department John Kellogg made a presentation at the Music and Entertainment Industry Educators Association Faculty Summit in New Orleans.

David Thorne Scott

The student ensemble Vintage Vocals and Associate Professor David Thorne Scott performed the music of the Pied Pipers and the Modernaires at two swing dances with the Beantown Swing Orchestra.

Steve Wilkes

Aided by the Newbury Comics Faculty Fellowship, Professor Steve Wilkes documented the sounds of Cape Cod. He released Sound Signals, a two-CD set of field recordings and electronic remixes, plus Fordham Wilkes: Upstream, with vocalist Ginny Fordham. Visitwww.hearcapecod.org.

Libby Allison

Associate Professor Libby Allison won the Distinguished Service Award from the Massachusetts Music Educators Association’s annual conference. She will make a presentation at the fall National Association for Music Education conference.

Bruce Gertz

Professor Bruce Gertz released the new CD Open Mind on the Open Mind Jazz label. He also recently played at the Kennedy Center and recorded with the Matt Savage Trio.

Apostolos Paraskevas

Professor Apostolos Paraskevas was featured in England’s Classical Guitar magazine discussing his rehabilitation from focal dystonia. Visit www.apostolosparaskevas.com.

Peter Gardner

In May, Professor Peter Gardner trained faculty and students in intercultural communication at the University of Warsaw and University of Lodz in Poland.

Mike Block

Associate Professor Mike Block recorded with Yo-Yo Ma’s Silk Road Ensemble for an upcoming album. He is also directing a variety of summer string camps, featuring numerous Berklee faculty members. Visit www.mikeblockstringcamp.com.

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