George W Russell Jr.
Sean Hagon is chair of Berklee College of Music's Professional Music Department. Hagon is a Berklee alumnus and an accomplished educator, composer, and conductor with years of experience in the film, television, video game, and advertising industries.
Hagon most recently served as director of Continuing Education at New England Conservatory from 2009 to 2014, where he taught courses in music technology, introduced online curriculum, and increased enrollment in certificate programs. Prior to his time at NEC, he was director of music at Pingree School in South Hamilton, Massachusetts, where he directed jazz and chamber music ensembles, and launched the school's first music technology lab.
Hagon has a degree in professional music from Berklee, where he focused on music technology, education, and composition. He also received a diploma in media composition from the London School of Creative Studies, where he studied with noted composer and orchestrator Charles Fernandez (Band of Brothers, 101 Dalmatians). He also received a master's degree in music technology from Indiana University-Purdue University at Indianapolis.