Devin Ferreira

Assistant Professor
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Devin Ferreira is a New England Emmy Award–winning recording artist/producer and a faculty member in Berklee's Music Production and Engineering Department.

When he was 15, Ferreira began recording in a professional studio, and by age 18 he had recorded multiple albums and performed extensively in central Maine. These were formative experiences for him, as he went on to attend UMass Lowell and graduate with a Bachelor of Arts in music business in 2007. In 2009, he began teaching music production and engineering to Boston youth. In 2013, while completing his Master of Education degree at Lesley University, he taught music production to over 7,000 Boston-area students, receiving a Berklee Urban Service Award in recognition for this work the following year.

Ferreira has recorded two mixtapes, No Tomorrow Vol. I and No Tomorrow Vol. II, which were distributed by hand to more than 15,000 people during a tour of the Northeast opening for hip-hop icons KRS-One and Rakim. He has continued to evolve as a professional recording artist since making the decision to pursue his music career full-time in 2017.

Since 2017, Ferreira has released six commercially successful albums, Urban Classic, Mustard Seed, Seeds of Greatness, Rooted in Faith, The Garden Project, and his most recent release, The Overcomer. He was featured on CBS Boston and won a New England Emmy Award for creating and recording the song “Unstoppable,” an ode to the Boston Marathon.

  • M.Ed., Lesley University
  • B.M., University of Massachusetts Lowell