Two Track is a music video series designed for Berklee’s YouTube and social media channels that features artists in an intimate setting with only one microphone and continuous camera takes. Each recording session will revolve around a single theme (i.e., connection, love, dreams) that can be expressed by the artist either through their track selection or through a short storytelling segment that will be recorded as part of the performance. The videos in this series will premiere at specific dates and times, but if you miss the premiere, each video will be public on the channel in continuity.
This week features Caitlin Otto performing "Violon" by Francis Poulenc and "Cry Me a River" by Barba Streisand.
About the Artist
Caitlin Otto is a third-year vocal performance major at the Boston Conservatory, where she studies classical music. Caitlin is from Brewster, New York, and though she studies opera, she aspires to be an R&B/soul artist. Caitlin takes full advantage of Berklee opportunities as a Conservatory student, including her role as a featured singer and background vocalist in the Beyoncé Ensemble. She hopes to be more involved at Berklee in order to expand her knowledge of contemporary music. Caitlin thanks her mother and father every day for supporting her aspirations to pursue a musical career and pushing her to be the best she can be. In the future, Caitlin would like to start recording music and put her voice out there.