Online Faculty:

Anthony Marvuglio

Guitar and Music Production

Tony Marvuglio is Assistant Vice President for Academic Technology at Berklee College of Music, where he develops and implements strategies for supporting the academic mission of the college through the creative use of technology. An expert in information and music technologies, Tony works with deans, chairs, and faculty to support the college curriculum with appropriate hardware and software. He leads the Faculty Technology Services department that is responsible for faculty development in using technology through the Center for Technology in Music Instruction, and the Student Technology Services department that provides technical support services to students through the Student Computer Support Center.

Tony is a professional guitarist and recording engineer, recently serving as mix engineer for legendary bassist, Eddie Gomez on his CD Per Sempre. Tony was an early user of computer and music technologies, and has presented on the use of technology in music education at MacWorld, the Technology Institute for Music Educators (TI:ME), the National Association for Music Education (NAfME) and the International Association for Jazz Education (IAJE) conferences. He continues to perform professionally as a guitarist in a variety of venues, almost always incorporating the use of available technologies.