Bad Hatfield

The song "Bring Them Home," which was cowritten by Berklee music facilitator Brad Hatfield, was performed by Broadway star Montego Glover and the Houston and Atlanta symphony orchestras in December 2011. Also in December, actor Jim Belushi performed Hatfield's arrangement of "Santa Claus Is Back in Town" with the Boston Pops Orchestra, the Tanglewood Festival Chorus, and Rockapella.

Tom Stein

The Turkish magazine Drums & Bass published a transcription of music by bassist John Patitucci and a tutorial on professional sound check procedures in concert venues by Professor of Professional Music Tom Stein. Additionally, Stein wrote an article about artist development for emerging market economies for the British publication Chemical Magazine. Additionally, Stein conducted several workshops in Istanbul, Turkey, at Robert College and Modern Müzik Akademisi.

Ivan Sever

In November 2011, Associate Professor Ivan Sever and Emerson College's scholar in residence Cathryn Cushner Edelstein collaborated on the project "Is This Art? What Turns Noise into Music." The effort brought together students from Berklee's "Artistry, Creativity, and Inquiry" seminar with students from Emerson's "Fundamentals of Speech Communication" class.

Yoko Miwa

In November 2011, Assistant Professor of Piano Yoko Miwa released her fifth CD, Live at Scullers Jazz Club. Miwa also performed with her trio in the Coca-Cola Generations Jazz Festival at Dizzy's Club Coca-Cola in New York City for a special edition of Marian McPartland's NPR show "Piano Jazz." Pianists Kenny Barron, Mulgrew Miller, Bill Charlap, and McPartland were also featured.

Jerry Leake

Associate Professor of Percussion Jerry Leake has released the CDs Cubist Live, which features Berklee faculty members Randy Roos, Steve Hunt, Brad Hatfield, and Stan Strickland. The second disc, Mobeus, features Rakalam Bob Moses. Also, Leake recently gave a presentation at the TEDx seminar in Cambridge.

Mitch Seidman

Professor of Ear Training Mitch Seidman produced I'm Having A Good Time, a CD by the late jazz guitarist Jack Fragomeni on Kyran music. Seidman also wrote the album's liner notes.

Wendy Rolfe

In the summer of 2011, Woodwind Professor Wendy Rolfe performed at international flute festivals in Lima, Peru, and in Quito, Ecuador, and at the U.S. National Flute Association convention. She recently recorded with or performed with Boston Baroque, the Cape Cod Symphony Orchestra, and the Simon Sinfonietta. She presented a recital and master classes at Louisiana State University and participated in a 90th birthday tribute concert at Oberlin College's Conservatory of Music for her former flute professor Robert Willoughby.

Pat Pattison

Professor Pat Pattison wrote the book Songwriting without Boundaries: Lyric Writing Exercises for Finding Your Voice. Published by Writer's Digest, the book has been charting on

Barbara LaFitte

Professor of Woodwinds Barbara LaFitte is principal oboist for the Boston Ballet Orchestra, and played in 11 performances of Prokofiev's Romeo and Juliet and in 23 performances of Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker. LaFitte also performed with the Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra for 19 holiday concerts.

Bob Kaufman

Professor of Percussion Bob Kaufman leads the Bob Kaufman Six-Tet featuring Lomar Brown (alto sax), Doug Johnson (piano), Greg Feingold (bass) and trumpeters Phil Grenadier and Keaon Brown.