Joe Walsh

Joe Walsh, the managing director of the American Roots Music Program, toured with the Gibson Brothers. The ensemble won in the Album of the Year category for Help My Brother and in the Vocal Group of the Year category from the International Bluegrass Music Association, and in the Song of the Year category from the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America. The group recently performed in Nashville and Europe and is working on a new album. 

Mark Simos

Assistant Professor of Songwriting Mark Simos was interviewed on New England Cable News in June regarding the social implications of song lyrics. 

Mitch Seidman

Professor of Ear Training Mitch Seidman recorded the album For One Who Waits, in the Berklee studios. 

Ed Saindon

Ed Saindon
Ed Saindon

Professor of Percussion Ed Saindon released the book Advanced Rhythms in Improvisation on Advance Music. In October he will give clinics at the Music Conservatory in Antwerp, Belgium.

Neil Olmstead, Scott Free

Professor of Piano Neil Olmstead and Professor of Jazz Composition Scott Free released the album Colaboraçáo. It was recorded at Berklee by Assistant Professor Ted Paduck with a faculty development grant.

Matthew Nicholl, Michael Farquharson

Chair of Contemporary Writing and Production Matthew Nicholl and Professor of Contemporary Writing and Production Michael Farquharson released the CD Della by Moonlight, featuring Assistant Vice President for International Programs Greg Badolato on tenor sax and Associate Professor Tim Miller on guitar. 

Alberto Netto

In August, Assistant Professor of Percussion Alberto Netto led a series of clinics in Brazil, sponsored by Zildjian, Vic Firth, Evans, and Yamaha. 

Joe Mulholland

Chair of Harmony Joe Mulholland released Unspoken, a trio and quartet CD. It features Berklee faculty members Allan Chase and Bob Tamagni. 

Sheldon Mirowitz

Professor of Film Scoring Sheldon Mirowitz scored the documentary The Minister’s War, and worked on the score for the film First Comes Love, which premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. 

Yumiko Matsuoka

Professor of Ear Training Yumiko Matsuoka and her a cappella quintet Vox One performed in Kanazawa, Japan, at the “Kanazawa a Cappella Town” festival in August. 

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