Stephen Gould

Stephen Gould of Somerville, MA, an assistant professor at Lesley University, was recently interviewed by the Ikeda Center in Cambridge, MA. For more information, visit www.ikedacenter.org.

 

Floyd Darden

Floyd Darden of Baguio, the Philippines, continued his music studies earning a bachelor’s from Boston University, a master’s from Governors State University, and a doctorate from Columbia Pacific University. He has played percussion for José Feliciano, Mel Tormé, and others.

 

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Tony Scodwell ’63

Former faculty member Dick Wright of Indianapolis, IN, recently relocated from Las Vegas, NV. Previously he led a jazz ensemble at the College of Southern Nevada and wrote orches- tral arrangements for trumpeter Tony Scodwell ’63.

 

Content Managers: Image Styles and Formatting

Read about updated image formatting and styles, including a brand new content slider (slideshows).

Steelpan Magic

By Ron Reid

Hackers’ Heaven

Now in its second year—and expanding—the “Rethink Music” conference added Hackers’ Weekend to the roster of offerings. The event invited “hackers” from around the world to collaborate in building new music applications. The event drew some 80 technology developers to Microsoft’s New England Research and Development Center (NERD) in Cambridge.

Rethink Music 2.0

Fletcher Bright: American Roots Music Champion

By 
Ginny Fordham

More than six decades ago, Fletcher Bright came up with the name “Dismembered Tennesseans” for the musical group he formed with his high-school friends.

International Initiative

Since the 1950s, Berklee has been proactive in reaching out to musicians around the world. Fully 25 percent of our degree-seeking students are international, representing 80 countries. After Berklee faculty members conducted 8,000 auditions and interviews worldwide last year, they confirmed that Africa is teeming with talented musicians vying for a spot to study at the college.

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