Ensemble Faculty

Diane Wernick

Associate Professor, Ensemble
dwernick@berklee.edu | 617-747-2995

"Playing an instrument is a social experience, so playing in an ensemble setting really allows you to express yourself within a community of musicians."

Carolyn Wilkins

Professor, Ensemble
cwilkins@berklee.edu | 617-747-8333

"In a Berklee ensemble, you get to play with the same group of people for 15 weeks in a guided situation in which you're continually being monitored and mentored. We all go out and play gigs on our own. I do that myself, and that's one level of learning. But the kind of feedback that you get from being in the ensemble can help you see the things that you do well, don't do well, and how you can improve them. It's an educational experience, not just jamming and getting together."

Ken Zambello

Professor, Ensemble
kzambello@berklee.edu | 617-747-2256

"One of the things I've tried to stress with the students is, 'Are we retaining what we learned last week, and improving upon it, or are we relearning it?'"