- Building Community Through Improvisation: Northampton Jazz Workshop and Jam Session
- Creating Language Together: Who'da Funk It? in Amherst
- Join the Seisiún: Celtic music in Amherst and Northampton
- Quiets the Mind and Opens the Heart: Vajra Dance at Tsegyalgar in Conway
- The Pioneer Valley Polka: Polka Radio on WMUA-Amherst
- "Take Hands Four": Contra Dancing in the Pioneer Valley
- Peter and Then Some: The Happy Valley Guitar Orchestra
- All Ages: A Flywheel Documentary
- A Taste of Music in the Pioneer Valley's Puerto Rican Community
- And We'll All Sing Hallelujah: Tuesday Night Sacred Harp Singing in Northampton
- Drifting Away: Reggae in the Pioneer Valley
- Expanding Silence: The Rise and Fall of the Estey Organ Company
- Our Lady of Sorrows Sings On: The Sounds of Catholic Worship in Holyoke
Mauro Diaz is a sophomore at Amherst College. Originally from Dallas, TX, he is currently majoring in Anthropology (and looking to double major in Film and Media Studies). His research interests include human-environment interactions and urban agricultural sustainability. Though not majoring in music, he enjoys playing various instruments from the banjo to the jaw harp. He can be reached at mdiaz14[at]amherst[dot]edu.
Andrew Feinberg is from Manhattan Beach, California. He is graduating from Hampshire College in Spring 2012, with a concentration in ethnomusicology and language. He spent a semester studying music in Cuba with the Hampshire in Havana program and studied journalism at the Carter Institute at NYU. He is also a musician, and performs in a number of campus bands and ensembles. Contact him at andrew.a.feinberg[at]gmail[dot]com.