Didi Stewart is an associate professor in the Voice department at Berklee College of Music. A two-time winner of the Boston Music Award for Best Female Vocalist, Stewart has been a longtime fixture on the Boston music scene. Her first original rock band, Didi Stewart and the Amplifiers, recorded the album Begin Here for Kirshner/Epic Records in 1983. Her second band, Girls' Night Out, was one of the top-grossing acts in New England and was named "Best Unsigned Band" by Musician magazine in 1986. Throughout the 1990s, Stewart was known her ongoing series of songwriter tributes, celebrating such composers as Laura Nyro, Carole King, Randy Newman, Jacques Brel, Rogers and Hart, and Cole Porter. The critically acclaimed An Evening of Burt Bacharach and Hal David won a Boston magazine award for Best Club Performance. A prolific composer for film and TV, Stewart's songs have been featured on Melrose Place, One Life to Live, The Young and the Restless, Touched by an Angel, Dark Skies, Any Day Now, The Twilight Zone, and The Beast. Her most recent album, the country-pop excursion Harmonyville, was released in 2006.