Led by Darr Lilly, “Healing” tells the story of two brothers who struggle with the turmoil of mass incarceration, mental illness, and the journey they hope to be planted on: healing. This performance incorporates a combination of spoken word and music.
Welcome to Wasabi’s musical universe! Each of her performances represents a unique style and chapter in her story. They are blended holistically and include jazz, pop, classical, EDM, and hip-hop.The format is dominated by flute performance, along with singing and dancing.
This performance will feature the Berklee Flute Choir and the Autumn Winds and Piano Ensemble, led by Professor Wendy Rolfe of the Woodwind Department. The program of lively and lyrical music—ranging from Bach to contemporary and romantic to Latin—will delight all audiences.
Innovative saxophone mouthpiece company SYOS joins us on campus for a presentation of their 3D-printed saxophone mouthpieces. Students and faculty can play test anything in their current catalogue and gain insight to the mechanics that make it work.
Focusing on mental health disabilities, mass incarceration, and trauma, the Lilly Jazz Project presents healing music that combines indie, jazz, and folk—some original and some not. Along with musical pieces, the performance will feature art and spoken word.
Wrapping up his time at Berklee, Peter Antinozzi will be presenting his own quartet with special guests performing music for the past, for the present, and the future. This concert will feature originals, standards, and modern classics.