Live performances from bands and ensembles
Berklee Now Series
dolltr!ck performs her original with an ensemble of students using electronic digital instruments as part of the concert Innovate: The Berklee Electronic Digital Instrument, produced by Michael Bierylo and Michele Darling.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee piano student Kevin Madison performs "Egwu Amala," the third movement from Talking Drums by Joshua Uzoigwe.
Alumna Luciana Souza performs her original "At the Fair" with the Berklee Global Jazz Ambasadors, an ensemble comprising some of the finest graduate student musicians in the Berklee Global Jazz Institute.
Michael Wolz, the 2019 Metropolitan Opera National Council audition winner, performs "Addio, addio, o miei sospiri" from the opera Orfeo ed Euridice. Wolz earned her undergraduate and graduate degrees in opera at Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
Trumpeter John Michael Bradford performs his arrangement of "Leo's Lady" by Clyde Kerr live at Berklee College of Music.
Ariana Grande's "Almost Is Never Enough" is performed by the Ariana Grande Ensemble, with lead vocals by Malaya Watson and Brandon Harris. Tia Fuller produced the concert.
This jazz arrangement of the traditional Chinese folk tune 茉莉花 ("Jasmine Flower") features soloists Billy Yang on dizi and Georgina Qian on pipa. Eugene Sun arranged the song.
"Gambang Suling," a Javanese folk song, was arranged by Bernard Jonathan and performed by the student-led Berklee Indonesian Ensemble.
This performance of Ana Moura's "Desfado" features vocalist Mirella Costa with producer and bassist Larry Klein, featuring one of our generation’s most versatile and prolific musicians and producers.
Terri Lyne Carrington, Kris Davis, and Val Jeanty perform "Sympodial Sunflower/Corn Crake" with guests Jazzmeia Horn, Akua Naru, Rick DiMuzio, and Charlie Lincoln.
The Lage Lund Trio performs "Hard Eights" at the Red Room at Cafe 939 as part of The Checkout–Live at Berklee.