Associate Professor Wayne Wild Publishes Book Chapter

Wayne Wild, associate professor in the Liberal Arts department, has just published a chapter in Scottish Medicine and Literary Culture, 1726-1832, eds. Megan J. Coyer and David E. Shuttleton (N.Y., N.Y.: Rodopi, 2014). His chapter is entitled, "The Origins of a Modern Medical Ethics in Enlightenment Scotland: Cheyne, Gregory and Cullen as Practitioners of Sensibility."

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Rick Peckham

By 
Mark Small

On Friday January 20, Guitar Department Assistant Chair Rick Peckham found himself in Ireland onstage at Dublin’s National Concert Hall as the featured soloist with the Raidió Telifis Éireann National Orchestra.

Karen Wacks

Professor of Music Therapy Karen Wacks gave music therapy clinics at the Panama Jazz Festival in January in conjunction with the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.

 

Michael Wartofsky

Professor of Harmony Michael Wartofsky collaborated as the composer on two new musicals: Cupcake and Car Talk: The Musical, which will run at Boston’s Club Café and the Central Square Theater in Cambridge, respectively, in June and July.

 

Julius P. Williams

Professor of Composition Julius P. Williams was interviewed by Lynn René Bayley for the May-June issue of Fanfare magazine. Visit www.fanfaremag.com/content/ view/48061/10253/.

 

Guy Van Duser

Professor of Guitar Guy Van Duser released the new CD A Session with Guy Van Duser, featuring a seven-piece faculty band. Rob Jaczko, the chair of Berklee’s MP&E Department, engineered the album, a collection of songs in the style of guitarist Chet Atkins.

 

Oscar Stagnaro

Professor of Bass Oscar Stagnaro is the musical director of the Congreso Latinoamericano de Escuelas de Música and continues to play with saxophonist Paquito D’Rivera.

 

Ralph Peterson

Professor of Percussion Ralph Peterson will release The Duality Perspective on June 19, his sixteenth CD as a bandleader. It features a number of current and former Berklee students, plus Sean Jones (trumpet) and Tia Fuller (saxophone).

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