Alejandro Sanz Clinic on Tuesday, November 5

Alejandro Sanz, one of the most internationally renowned Latin artists, presents a clinic at the BPC. Free admission.

Ed Littman

Ed Littman of North Haledon, NJ, owns a mastering facility and has worked on projects for New Riders of the Purple Sage and David Fiuczynski and for the labels Daptone Records and Dopebrother Records. Littman has numerous CDs available online. Visit

Kevin Kastning

Guitarist Kevin Kastning of Groton, MA, and saxophonist Carl Clements ’87 released the album Nowhere, Now Here on Greydisc Records. Kastning also released Dark Sonatas with fellow guitarist Mark Wingfield. Visit

Zen Hardy

Zen Hardy of Lawrenceville, GA, was the bassist and coproducer on an EP with the Fortunate Few. He is finishing coproduction and performance on Jeremy Parks’s forthcoming EP. In June, Hardy launched a line of 3-D–printed bass and guitar accessories through Valley Guitar Gear. Visit

Ben Camp

Ben Camp of Laguna Niguel, CA, co-wrote Victoria Justice’s single “Gold” with Peter Thomas,  Jason Weiss ’12 and Sam Shrieve ’11. He also co-wrote “Mind Is Blown” for MainStreet with Shrieve and Joren van der Voort. Ethan Mentzer '04, van der Voort, and Camp have also worked with Angi3 on her upcoming EP.

Cleave Guyton

Saxophonist Cleave Guyton of Brooklyn, NY, currently plays with the Count Basie Orchestra. He also released the album Introducing the C.J. Heptet. Visit

Hiromi Uehara

In March, Hiromi Uehara released the album Move, featuring bassist Anthony Jackson and drummer Simon Phillips.

Joshua Redman Quartet: Berklee Discount on Tickets

Joshua Redman Quartet with Aaron Goldberg, Reuben Rogers, and Gregory Hutchinson

Friday, November 8, 8:00 p.m.
Berklee Performance Center, 136 Massachusetts Ave., Boston

Slavko Avsenik Jr.

Slavko Avsenik Jr. of Ljubljana, Slovenia, has been active in film and television scoring. Two of his recent projects include The Charmings for television and the score for the film Iron Sky

Michaela Eremiasova

Composer Michaela Eremiasova of Los Angeles, CA, was awarded the ASCAP Foundation’s Rudolf Nissim Prize in composition. Visit