Live performances from bands and ensembles
Berklee Now Series
Nana Ouyang (欧阳娜娜) and Berklee String Department faculty member Mike Block perform a cello duet of "Smooth Criminal" at the Berklee Performance Center. They performed at the sold-out Nana Ouyang 10-Year Anniversary Tour: Berklee Scholarship Fund Concert in April 2019.
Artist Martin Tames performs his original "Enfermé" live at Berklee College of Music. The song was arranged by Tames, except for the choir that was written by MARO.
Berklee Piano Department faculty member Olivia Pérez Collellmir B.M. '16 and bassist James Hazelwood Dale perform Pérez Collellmir's arrangement of Maurice Ravel's "Le Tombeau de Couperin (Prélude)."
Students Dom Jones and Keira Smith are the featured vocalists performing Missy Elliott's "Work It" from the Sylvia Rhone Tribute Concert. The concert was produced by visiting artist Rob Lewis.
Boston Conservatory Orchestra and soloist Sandeep Das (tabla) from the Grammy Award–winning Silkroad Ensemble perform “Canons, Circles” from Tabla Concerto by Dinuk Wijeratne. Conducted by Bruce Hangen.
Saxophonist Katie Webster performs "Gingerbread Boy" by Jimmy Heath with bassist Caleb Ossmann and drummer Jarred Chase.
Featured vocalist Gartha performs Joni Mitchell's "A Case of You" with a student orchestra led by conductor Julius Williams as part of Larry Klein Meets Berklee, a concert featuring the versatile and prolific musician and producer.
The Godwin Louis Sextet performs "Siwel" live at Berklee as part of The Checkout–Live at Berklee.
Watch the Ariana Grande Ensemble perform "Dangerous Woman," arranged by Aaron Ward, with programming by Max Nudi and Aaron Ward and choreography by Maya McBride-Wheatie.
Watch China's soul and pop queen sing her hit song at the sold-out Berklee China-U.S. Music Concert.
Watch the Micki Miller Ensemble perform "Try Again" and "All for You," then catch the group live on March 7 at the Berklee Performance Center.
Melissa Aldana performs "Without a Song" with Lawrence Fields on piano, David Gilmore on guitar, Ira Coleman on bass, and Ron Savage on drums in celebration of Bill Pierce, chair emeritus of Berklee College of Music’s Woodwind Department.