The Semester isn't over yet! Learn something new at a faculty Workshop

The Snow is melting and the semester isn't over yet!

Want to learn something new this semester? The CTMI has you covered!

 

Below you'll find our Spring workshop and event offerings and if you'd like to schedule one-on-one training please sign-up here

 

Reserve a spot in one of these workshops now and check out the schedule for March and April at tinyurl.com/CTMIEvents

Rachel Dziezynski

Rachel Dziezynski composed music for DinoTrucks, a children’s iPad game about dinosaur bones. She is currently in Japan, teaching English and studying Japanese music through the JET programme.

Jerilyn Sawyer

Jerilyn Sawyer of Nashville, TN, was hired by CTK Management as part of Dolly Parton’s management team. Visit jerilynsawyer.com.

Inés Velasco Montiel

Inés Velasco Montiel ’13
Inés Velasco Montiel ’13

Inés Velasco Montiel of Guadalajara, Mexico, was chosen to participate in the arranger’s workshop with the Dutch Metropole Orkest, featuring Vince Mendoza and Gregory Porter. Visit inesvelascomusic.com.

Vicente Gimeno

Vicente Gimeno ’13
Vicente Gimeno ’13

Vicente Gimeno of Los Angeles, CA, scored the film Tom’s Dilemma and recorded it with the Hollywood Studio Orchestra, with contributions from Amparo Edo Biol ’12 and Javier Escudero ’13. His piece “Space Mission” won at the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Visit vicenteortizgimeno.com.

Tia and Tanya Dmuchowski

Tia and Tanya Dmuchowski of Livonia, MI, are members of Flight of Fire, which released the EP Catalyst. Visit flightoffire.com.

Saunder Choi

Saunder Choi of Cambridge, MA, won the 2014 American Prize in Composition in the student choral division. Visit theamericanprize.org.

Batu Sener

Batu Sener of Los Angeles, CA, works at composer John Powell’s studio and has written music for several TV shows and commercials. Visit batusener.com.

Bo Ram Park

Bo Ram Park of Busan, South Korea, released the album Hear the Beauty, Vol. 1, featuring numerous Berklee alumni.

Joanna Katzen

Joanna Katzen of Athol, MA, performed with Linq and Garold Amadon in New Salem, MA, at a fundraiser for the Playing for Change Foundation, part of a worldwide effort to raise funding for music lessons for underprivileged children.

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