Darla Hanley

Darla Hanley, Dean of Berklee’s Professional Education Division and Department Chairs Simone Pilon, Sean Hagon, and Don Gorder, gave clinics at the Berklee Valencia campus and LICEU Conservatory in Barcelona.

David Scott

Associate professor David Scott recently toured with the vocal group the Four Freshmen, singing lead and playing bass. Visit davidthornescott.com.

Manuel Kaufman

Assistant professor Manuel Kaufman directed the first professional recording session at the new 160 Mass Ave. recording facilities. His nonet featured Phil Grenadier, Rick DiMuzio, Shannon LeClaire, Bob Tamagni, Keala Kaumeheiwa, Dan Fox, Plamen Karadonev, Megan Riccio and Ben Whiting. Mark Wessel engineered the recording.

Patrice Williamson

Associate professor Patrice Williamson and the ESP Vocal Trio released the album They All Laughed, featuring Emily Browder Melville and Sandi Hammond. Other contributors include Mark Shilansky, Eric Byers, Rick DiMuzio, and alumni Steve Langone and Rusty Scott.

Victoria Large

Assistant professor Victoria Large’s short story “Calls” was recently published in The Painted Bride Quarterly.

Matt Glaser

Matt Glaser, artistic director of Berklee’s Center for American Roots Music, authored the book Fiddle Tunes on Jazz Changes, available through Berklee Press.

Ed Saindon

Professor Ed Saindon was filmed playing solo vibraphone and marimba for the promotion of his signature Vic Firth Mallet and for Vic Firth’s YouTube channel.

Joe Stump

Joe Stump
Joe Stump

Associate professor Joe Stump published the book Joe Stump’s Metal Guitar Chop Shop: Building Shred & Metal Technique with Berklee Press. Visit joestump.com.

DJ Hatfield

Associate professor DJ Hatfield, currently in Taiwan as a Fulbright Scholar, mounted a sound installation at the Taipei Museum of Contemporary Art. His piece appears as part of “A Space of Fifty Steps,” a set of works by contemporary indigenous artist Rahic Talif.

Wayne Wild

Associate professor Wayne Wild had a chapter published in Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture entitled “The Origins of a Modern Medical Ethics in Enlightenment Scotland: Cheyne, Gregory and Cullen as Practitioners of Sensibility.”