Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) presents the Performance Therapy Symposium.
This all-day event will feature a special panel discussion and more hosted by Patricia Zarate, BGJI outreach coordinator, and Danilo Pérez, BGJI artistic director. Please refer to the detailed schedule below:
National and International Outreach Programs
Witness Matlou, post-master fellow, Berklee Global Jazz Institute
Edmar Colon, alumnus, Berklee Global Jazz Institute
The Therapeutic Aspects of Music
Special guest: Kathleen Howland, PhD, professor of music therapy, Berklee College of Music
History of Music as a Tool for Social Change
Patricia Zarate, outreach coordinator, Berklee Global Jazz Institute
Danilo Perez, artistic director, Berklee Global Jazz Institute
12:00 p.m. -1:00 p.m.
Music, Nature and Ecology
Special guest: Brian Farrell, PhD, director, David Rockefeller Center For Latin American Studies; professor of biology, Department of Organismic and Evolutionary Biology, Harvard University
Special guest Anthony Scibilia, assistant professor, Liberal Arts Department, Berklee College of Music
Making Social Change through Music in Present Time
Special guest: saxophonist, composer, and educator Ed Harlow's Solar Jazz Festival