Fred Bouchard

Associate Professor of Liberal Arts Fred Bouchard reviewed the 2008 Berlin Jazz Festival for DownBeat magazine and the 2009 Barranquilla Jazz Festival for All About Jazz.

Mike Idhe

 

Professor of Guitar Mike Idhe just released his second CD of lap steel guitar instrumentals containing 11 selections of classical, jazz, and pop tunes arranged with a tuning devised by former Berklee faculty member Bill Leavitt.

 

Jetro da Silva

Ensemble Professor Jetro da Silva played keyboards for Whitney Houston's recent performances on Good Morning AmericaThe Oprah Winfrey Show, and the 2009 American Music Awards and can be heard on backing tracks for Houston's performance on Dancing with the Stars.

Michael Sweet

 

Associate Professor Michael Sweet and his company Audio Brain received an Emmy Award for their work on the Bejing Olympics.

 

Larry Bell

Associate Professor of Composition Larry Bell and Casa Rustica Recordings will release a new CD featuring Bell's piano music. The disc is available through CD Baby and most music download websites.

Julien Kasper

Guitar Professor Julien Kasper released the CD Trance Groove, featuring keyboardists Assistant Professor Matt Jenson and T Lavitz, Jesse Williams and James Driscoll on bass, Berklee alumni Zac Casher and Rob Avsharian on drums.

Armsted Christian

Associate Professor of Voice Armsted Christian was featured on two websites:www.thejazznetworkworldwide.com and www.stayinthelight.ning.com.

Suzanne Davis

Associate Professor of Piano Suzanne Davis performed in Paris, France, and at the Mortefontaine Jazz Festival with French trumpet player Jerome Fouquet's quintet.

Ken Zambello

Ensemble Professor Ken Zambello has been selected as an official voter for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

Julius P. Williams

Professor Julius P. Williams and Alexander Koblyakov, dean of the Moscow Conservatory in Russia, served alongside notable composers from Shanghai Conservatory of Music as jurors for the Rivers Awards Composition Competition in Shanghai, China on December 7, 2009.

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