Week in Photos: Lisa Hilton Visits Lab for Visually Impaired Students
|Lisa Hilton visits Berklee's Adaptive Music Tech Lab with student guitarist Noe Socha before her gig at the Regattabar.|
|Photo by Kelly Davidson|
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Lisa Hilton, jazz pianist, composer, and bandleader—and Paris and Nicky Hilton's aunt—visited Berklee's Adaptive Music Tech Lab for visually impaired students before her gig at the Regattabar in Cambridge August 4 to celebrate her new album, Underground. A supporter of music programs for students who are sight-challenged, Hilton performs clinics and benefit concerts for a number of schools across the country, including Perkins School for the Blind. In September, she'll play Berklee's Cafe 939 with Berklee student guitarist Noe Socha and John Castillo, a vocalist from Perkins.
Click on the photo on the left to launch a slideshow of this week's photos, including the Mario Castro Quintet at the Newport Jazz Festival, Melissa Ferrick hosting a singer-songwriter night at Cafe 939 with Five-Week Summer Performance Program students, and free outdoor concerts by the Felix Peikli Quartet at the Regattabar and Will Wells and Dynamic Sound at the Institute of Contemporary Art.
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