Joseph Coroniti

Professor Joseph Coroniti recently lectured at Conservatorio di Pescara in Italy. With the Bass Department, he published a multimedia tribute to Charlie Haden, and an interview with David Fiuczynski in Fusion magazine. Visit fusionmagazine.org.

Maggie Scott

Voice professor Maggie Scott’s 1978 album You and I was reissued by Creole Stream Music for distribution in Eastern Asia. Keith Copeland (drums) and late faculty member John Neves (bass) performed on the album.

Nalora Steele

Associate professor Nalora Steele and Dr. Paul Gross of the University of Virginia, presented a session at the NAfME Eastern Division Biennial In-Service Conference, in Providence, RI, in April.

Marti Epstein

Professor Marti Epstein’s Quartet for English Horn and Strings will be performed on Saturday, July 25, at the Tanglewood Music Center’s Festival of Contemporary Music. Her piece for prepared piano and her string quartet Hidden Flowers also received recent premieres.

Larry Watson

Larry Watson
Larry Watson
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Phil Farnsworth

Ensemble professor Larry Watson is a judge on the WGBH public television show Sing That Thing! The new series showcases New England’s top amateur singing groups.

Richie Hart

Associate professor Richie Hart’s new recording 33 1/3 was released in May. His band includes Bobby Deitch ’75 (drums) and James Hart ’05 (bass).

Jonathan Bailey Holland

Composition professor Jonathan Bailey Holland’s piece “The Clarity of Cold Air” was performed by members of the Grammy-winning group Eighth Blackbird together with students from the Interlochen Arts Academy in April.

Al Kooper

Al Kooper and the Funky Faculty featuring faculty Bob Doezema (guitars), Jeff Stout (trumpet), Daryl Lowery (woodwinds/flute), and Jesse Williams (bass) performed at the Hot Stove Cool Benefit Concert.

Fernando Brandão

Associate professor Fernando Brandão is releasing the album Sem Tradução (No Translation) featuring original compositions with lyrics by Pedro Lago, Rosangela Santiago, Robson Santiago, and Brandão. The players include Fernando Huergo, Paul Del Nero, Bertram Lehmann, Daniel Ian Smith, Bobby Gallegos, and others. Visit fernandobrandao.com.

Victoria Large

Assistant professor Victoria Large published the short story “Pink Ribbon Skies” in Soundings Review. Her story “Scene from an Unfinished Documentary Film” appeared in the anthology Microchondria II: 42 More Short Stories Collected by Harvard Book Store.

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