The Great Jazz Guitarists: The Ultimate Guide

Faculty members Sheryl BaileyGarrison FewellDave FiuczynskiMick GoodrickJane MillerBruce Saunders, and Mitch Seidman are included in Scott Yanow’s book The Great Jazz Guitarists: The Ultimate Guide.

Manuel Kaufmann

Assistant Professor Manuel Kaufmann had six compositions featured at the premiere of Federico Muchnik’s This Killing Business at the Boston International Film Festival.

Kudisan Kai

Associate Professor Kudisan Kai is touring with Chaka Khan. Kai was also on the “Black Women in Rock” panel at this year’s South by Southwest Music Festival.

John Stein

Associate Professor John Stein penned Berklee Jazz Standards for Solo Guitar for Berklee Press.

Kevin Harris

Assistant Professor Kevin Harris has released the CD  Museum, Vol. 1. Visit www.kevinharrisproject.com.

Eugene Friesen

Professor Eugene Friesen wrote the book Improvisation for Classical Musicians and has led numerous related workshops. His new quartet for cellos, “The Soul of the White Ant,”  premiered in Los Angeles and Pasadena, CA.

Mitch Haupers

Mitch Haupers

Mitch Haupers

Professor Mitch Haupers completed his first CD/DVD as a leader and composer, (In Came) Love, So Silent, which was funded by a successful Kickstarter campaign. It features members of the Yellowjackets and numerous Berklee faculty members.

Dining with the Boston Conservatory at 160 Mass. Ave.

As the semester continues to fly by, we are getting excited about the move of the Berklee Dining Hall from 150 Mass. Ave. over to our beautiful new high rise at 160 Mass. Ave.  The two-level dining facility boasts a spectacular ambiance with floor-to-ceiling windows, and there will be exciting new food stations and new menus to tempt your palates.

Asian Melodies: Ancient and Modern on November 5

Join us for an exciting mix of music, art, and literature as we celebrate the culture of East Asia. Where else can you listen to traditional Taiwanese drinking songs against the backdrop of Chinese calligraphy and original paintings by Tiger Okoshi? 

Global FUSION presents
Asian Melodies: Ancient & Modern
Tuesday, November 5 at 7:00 p.m.
Cafe 939

New Music from L Pass

Lauren Passarelli, a professor in Berklee's guitar department, has just released a new album called Tender Ramble, featuring twelve rock/pop songs that she wrote, performed and recorded. She sings, and plays guitar, bass and drums and has a blast creating the textures and fun layers on Tender Ramble.

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