Suzanne Dean


Suzanne Dean
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Phil Farnsworth

The CD Come to Paradise by associate professor Suzanne Dean and featuring Casey Scheuerell will be released in April.

Jorrit Dijkstra

Associate professor Jorrit Dijkstra released three CDs, including a solo album titled Never Odd or Even, with funding from a Berklee faculty development grant. Visit jorritdijkstra.com.

Lance Van Lenten

Associate professor Lance Van Lenten published the second edition of his books Creative Jazz Exercises: Volumes 1, 2 and 3.

Marshall Gilkes

Assistant professor Marshall Gilkes received Grammy nominations in the Best Large Jazz Ensemble Album and Best Instrumental Composition categories.

Jennifer Andrews

Assistant professor Jennifer Andrews had her work “Erasure” featured in the Ginosko Anthology 3, published by MatHat Press.

Marti Epstein

Composition professor Marti Epstein released Hypnagogia, the first CD of her chamber music, which is available through CD Baby.

Francisco Noya


Francisco Noya

Associate professor Francisco Noya conducted the Classic FM Radio Symphony in Bulgaria, featuring Astor Piazzola’s “Four Seasons of Buenos Aires.” He conducted the Boston Pops Orchestra and is the artistic adviser and conductor of the New Philharmonia of Newton, MA.

Sheila Katz

The manuscript Just Allies: A Century of Palestinian-Israeli Joint Nonviolenceby professor Sheila Katz will be published in the fall by the University of Texas Press.

Peter Alhadeff

Professor Peter Alhadeff was a keynote speaker at SIM Sao Paulo, Brazil, in December. The subject was “Fair Trade, Cutthroat Competition, and the Future of Music.”

Laszlo Gardony

The album Life in Real Time by professor Laszlo Gardony was included in the list of the 10 best jazz albums of the year by the Boston Globe. It features Bill Pierce, Stan Strickland, John Lockwood, and Yoron Israel. Visit lgjazz.com.

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