Yoshie Nakayama, from Tokyo, is a 4th semester Contemporary Writing and Production major, trombone principal student. She also studies jazz vocals, and vocal ensemble. She graduated Kunitachi College of Music in Tokyo with bachelor of music from music education major. She has license of teaching music in japanese Junior high/high schools.
Director Jeffrey Jacobson shares the important role interns play at Public VR, a nonprofit research corporation specializing in virtual reality reconstructions of ancient cultures. Jeffrey relies on the musical expertise of Berklee interns and archeological discoveries to recreate “soundscapes” that capture the musical culture of ancient cities.
About Public VR
PublicVR is dedicated to the advancement of virtual reality in education, the arts, and human factors research. They produce free software, supporting materials, and conduct research studies reported in scholarly publications.They also support installations in museums, art galleries, and research facilities. PublicVR is a non-profit (501c3) corporation funded by grants, donations, and volunteer efforts. For more information please visit their website at http://publicvr.org