Join us for an afternoon with Carolina Arenas, director of Latin Writer/Publisher Relations at BMI. Arenas has previously worked as membership coordinator at the Latin Recording Academy, strategic marketing director at Fonovisa & Disa, and senior product manager for artist and repertoire at Machete Music (Universal Music). Arenas will share her experience with the Berklee community and give advice to artists on how to be successful in the Latin music industry.
This event is sponsored by Berklee International Programs and organized by Latin music studies advisor Oscar Stagnaro and Marco Flores of the Latin American Music Business Association (LAMBA).
As part of Berklee’s African Scholars fellowship program, faculty member Winnie Dahlgren will present an evening of Latin/jazz music with a South African twist, as Cape Town-based pianist Camillo Lombard, a founding member of the Cape Music Institute, will be the evening’s special guest. The concert will feature a combination of original compositions written by Dahlgren and Lombard.
Bassist Daniel Assis and Lampião Trio will perform Brazilian music ranging from samba and choro to baião. Music by composers such as Pixinguinha, Hermeto Pascoal, and Edu Lobo will be performed. Lampião consists of Hayoung Lyou on piano, Daniel Assis on bass, and Raphael Pannier on drums.
Bassist Flavio Lira and quartet present a concert focused on the Brazilian genre choro, one of the most representative forms of Brazilian instrumental music, with very active melodies, harmonies, and rhythms.
Experience the music of South America and Argentina in Boston! This colorful recital will bring Argentina’s tango to Boston in all of its forms, featuring song, dance, passion, and Astor Piazzolla’s arrangements. Argentinian singer-songwriter Ariana Corradi will lead the recital, accompanied by a talented group that will bring Corradi’s chacarera and zamba compositions to life.