George Garzone

JodyJazz introduced two new mouthpieces named for professor George Garzone. Visit

Rich Grudzinski

Professor Rich Grudzinski reworked the orchestral music for The Polar Express by Michael Moss for the East Texas Symphony Orchestra.

Michael Williams

Professor Michael Williams published the book Blues Guitar Technique, covering the styles of B.B. King, Albert Collins, T-Bone Walker, and others.

Whit Browne

Also in August, professor Whit Browne was listed among the Art Career Project’s “15 Notable Art Professors in Boston.”

Maureen McMullan

In August 2014, associate professor Maureen McMullan earned her MBA from Northeastern University. She recently received a three-year artist fellowship with the St. Botolph Club in Boston.

Gabrielle Goodman

Professor Gabrielle Goodman performed in Shanghai with Tom Stein & Friends; Japan with Tiger Okoshi; and St. Petersburg, Russia. In 2014 she released the CD Spiritual Tapestry, featuring Berklee faculty members.

Tomo Fujita

Major Scale Book, by assistant professor Tomo Fujita, is in its second edition, and is published by Rittor Music in Japan. His best-selling book/CD Playing By Ear & Feeling is in its ninth edition. Fujita’s materials have sold over 170,000 copies in Japan.

Amy Merrill

Amy Merrill, associate professor of liberal arts, had her review of the Lewiston, ME, production of Sweet Dreams, Mr. Heroin published in HowlRound, an online journal of theater criticism and practice.

Tony Carbone

Assistant professor Tony Carbone released his single “Who’s Loving You,” featuring Lauren O’Keefe (formerly of Jada), which is available on iTunes. It appears on his release Hipnotic Nights.

Peter Gardner

In October, professor Peter Gardner gave a presentation on cultural differences in educational theory and practice in the graduate Department of Educational Sciences at Freiburg University in Switzerland.