Tim Pascoal

Assistant Professor

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Tim Pascoal received classical training at an early age in pipe organ at the Lisbon Conservatory of Music in Portugal. Later, in his teens, he grew more interested in pop, funk, gospel, and jazz, eventually receiving a scholarship to Berklee College of Music. Pascoal tours internationally with his ensembles and has released three recordings: Walk the Walk (2007), The Sun Stood Still (2011), and Spake Face to Face (2015). He has a diverse repertoire that ranges from originals to songs by well-known composers with world music flavors. He is currently a faculty member at Berklee and continues a steady schedule as a performer, composer, producer, and arranger.

Career Highlights
  • Performances and recordings with¬†Dave Weckl, Richard Bona, Bob Mintzer, Gergo Borlai, Mark Colenburg, Russell Ferrante, Tom Kennedy, Jeff Lorber, Evan Marien, and George Garzone
  • M.M., Longy School of Music of Bard College, jazz and contemporary music composition
  • B.A.,¬†Berklee College of Music, contemporary writing and production