Jonathan Feist is editor in chief of Berklee Press, where he has helped to produce hundreds of music education products for a worldwide market since 1998. He is an award-winning author and the author/instructor of Berklee Online courses Project Management for Musicians and Music Notation and Score Preparation Using Finale. His books include Project Management for Musicians (2013 International Book Award winner), Berklee Contemporary Music Notation, and Music Industry Forms. He also co-authored books Essential Songwriter (with Jimmy Kachulis) and The Berklee Practice Method Teacher’s Guide (with Matt Marvuglio), and published hundreds of articles and photographs. Jonathan holds a bachelor’s and a master’s degree in composition from New England Conservatory of Music.

Books by Author:

Berklee Contemporary Music Notation

Learn the nuances of music notation, and create professional looking scores. Berklee College of Music brings together teachers and students…

Project Management for Musicians: Recordings, Concerts, Tours, Studios, and More

Get organized, and take charge of your music projects! This book will help you harness your creativity into clear visions…

Music Industry Forms: The 75 Most Important Documents for the Modern Musician

Organize and manage your music projects! Whether you are a performer, writer, engineer, educator, manager, or music maker, these time-tested…

Berklee in the Pocket: Essential Songwriter: Craft Great Songs & Become a Better Songwriter

Tackle writer’s block and gain fresh insight into the songwriting process.

Berklee Practice Method: Teacher’s Guide: Get Your Band Together

Teachers of all instruments will benefit from this guide to using the innovative Berklee Practice Method Series.