Ensemble Department faculty member Anastassiya Petrova, a pianist/organist, presents a program of jazz originals and covers together with her friends. Joining her for the evening are Eli Heath on bass, Tyson Jackson on drums, and special guests.
This reception/concert is open to graduate students and features student performers from the Boston Conservatory at Berklee and the Berklee Global Jazz Institute. Join your classmates and faculty in celebrating your orientation week.
Emerald Jazz merges improvisational jazz with traditional Irish music. Join us to hear uilleann pipes and low whistle player Cillian Vallely, saxophonist Stan Strickland, pianist Witness Matlou, bassist Ron Mahdi, and drummer Ron Savage. The ensemble is directed by Irish fiddler Oisin McAuley.
The Guitar Department presents a concert featuring faculty in solo and duo contexts. Chair Kim Perlak and Assistant Chair Sheryl Bailey share the stage with colleagues performing in blues, jazz, funk, fingerstyle, rock, roots, modern improvisation, and classical styles.
The Identity Project: Vol. 1 is Berklee's first hip-hop compilation, to be released this fall. Join us for an evening of live music featuring songs from the project and a special performance by artist, producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist International Show, one of the most sought-after producer/engineers in the industry. His production credits include Joyner Lucas, BIA, Future, and Fat Joe.
The Ear Training Department faculty is made up of professional performers and composers who are active in many styles of music, from popular songwriting to jazz to contemporary and experimental composition.
Professor Sal DiFusco joins forces with fellow Berklee faculty and jazz-fusion virtuosos Dino Govoni (sax), Steve Hunt (keys), Joe Santerre (bass), and Mark Walker (drums) for an exciting night of classic jazz-rock fusion repertoire.