BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC (1971-1983) An alumnus of Boston University and a graduate of Berklee College of Music, Mr. Hazzard was asked to join the Berklee faculty in September of 1971. During his 12 year tenure Mr. Hazzard taught Ear Training, Harmony, Contemporary Techniques in Composition, Counterpoint, and Music History. He was appointed Chair of the Traditional Studies Department in 1977 and Director of Special Projects in 1980. Mr. Hazzard also authored three study texts published by the Berklee Press; a two volume set History of Western Music: Middle Ages Through The Baroque and History of Western Music: Classical Period to Modern TImes, and Contemporary Techniques in Composition. Mr. Hazzard was also appointed conductor of the Berklee Concert Wind Ensemble in 1976, a position he held until 1983.