This show will shine a spotlight on some of Berklee's newest voice faculty. Hear them improvise across various genres from jazz to R&B to gospel to roots. Enjoy the rich and unique musical gifts they bring to our community.
"Feminism is a movement to end sexism, sexist exploitation, and oppression." — bell hooks
In honor of the life and work of bell hooks, we begin Women’s History Month with a concert of original musical and multimedia works inspired by the struggle against sexist oppression. Led by Associate Professor Hayley Thompson-King, this concert will feature students and faculty of diverse gender identities.
This concert will feature selected students from the Self Accompanying labs taught by Daniela Schachter. Students will perform a song self-accompanied, using the techniques learned in class during the semester.
Roberta Natalini is an Italian pop/rock singer-songwriter about to complete her performance degree at Berklee. For her senior recital she’s gonna perform a set of her original music (both in English and Italian) and covers from artists who have influenced and inspired her.
Singer-songwriter Elsa Bay finishes off their last semester with a set of vulnerable original music as well as some of their favorite alt-rock jams. This recital will feature a full band performing an hour of music from upbeat indie to gentle folk.
This performance will feature students of Professor Nichelle Mungo, Professor Ana Guigui, and Visiting Scholar Paula Cole. Finding the Artist Within cultivates the whole artist within each self-accompanied singer-songwriter.
Directed by Ana Guigui, professor of voice, this concert will feature Berklee students enrolled in the course Creating a One-Person Show performing their extraordinary life stories in an intimate and personal setting.