e.g. "Tuba"

Nalora Steele

Associate Professor, Music Education
nsteele@berklee.edu | 617 747-8324

"In Music Education, what intrigues me is the whole process of quickly—we hope!—bringing students from studenthood to professionalism. I think we are perhaps the only department where students have to prove they can do the job before they graduate. They have to do that internship and pass it."

Wayne Ward

Professor, Music Education
wward@berklee.edu | 617 747-8392

"I teach Vocal Methods, Vocal Conducting, and Vocal Rehearsal Techniques. One of the goals of each of these classes is for the teacher to be able to present correct vocal demonstrations to the student or group. The teacher needs to be able to make expressive conducting gestures that communicate the meaning of the music to the performers and, in turn, to the listeners. Students also learn how to lead well-organized choral rehearsals."

Kirstie Wheeler

Assistant Professor, Music Education
kwheeler1@berklee.edu | 617 747-8051