Apostolos Paraskevas

Professor Apostolos Paraskevas released the albums Tragedies, The Ritual, and Songs, Elegies and Dances

Shantell Ogden

In May, Shantell Ogden of Nashville, TN, completed her first tour in Scotland and Ireland. She was also interviewed for the women’s career book The Orange Line, and provided music for a video campaign by Children’s Attention Home for abused children. Visit www.shantellsmusic.net

Suzanne Hanser

Music Therapy Chair Suzanne Hanser published articles on managing pain in the Journal of Urban Culture and Research and Music and Medicine: Integrative Models in the Treatment of Pain

Bruce Gertz

Professor Bruce Gertz appeared on the CDs The Heart of a Champion with Trio-Now and Moonlight Alley with the Nick Goumas Quartet. 

Kathleen Howland

Professor Kathleen Howland provides music therapy for Metrowest Homecare & Hospice Service. She has been a speaker for councils on aging and at the Guadalajara Jazz Festival.

Catherine Bent

Assistant Professor Catherine Bent visited Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and played on Rádio Nacional with Conjunto Época de Ouro. 

Mariana Iranzi

Mariana Iranzi of Astoria, NY, released her second children’s album, Hola Hello. Visit www.marianairanzi.com

Bob Doezema

Bob Doezema, Jeff Stout, Daryl Lowery, Jesse Williams, Al Kooper and Tom Arey ’02 shared a bill with the Zombies at the Keswick Theatre outside Philadelphia.

Karen Wacks

Professor Karen Wacks traveled to Uganda with Musicians for World Harmony. The group studied music therapy to address post-traumatic stress disorder among ex-child soldier survivors. 

Kundalini Yoga on Saturday, November 9 and 16

Experience Kundalini Yoga with Berklee Alum Alfredo Villela

Experience Kundalini Yoga
Saturdays, November 9 and 16
11am - 11:45am in The Loft

"Kundalini Yoga consists of active and passive asana-based kriyas, pranayama, and meditations which target the whole body system (nervous system, glands, mental faculties, chakras) to develop awareness, consciousness and spiritual strength."    —Yogi Bhajan

Kundalini Yoga can be understood as a tri-fold approach of: