Live Performances

Live performances from bands and ensembles

Tonina Saputo - "Quizás, Quizás, Quizás"

The singer-songwriter, bassist, music journalist, and poet from St. Louis, Missouri, performs Ecuadorian trumpter Paul Sanchez's arrangement.

Berklee Now Series

J.S. Bach, Violin Partita No. 1 in B Minor

Boston Conservatory at Berklee violin student Gioia Gedicks performs this Bach piece.

Elliot Taylor - "Holy or the Broken"

A songwriter with soul who writes from the heart, Elliot Taylor performs this original song live at Berklee.

Jennifer Archibald - "Leafs.Bricks.Sun"

Watch the premiere of this piece, presented as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee's fall dance concert, From the Ground Up.

luhx. - "No Rush."

The alt-pop Berklee band performs an original featuring projection mapping and dancers.

Niya Norwood and Nikko Ielasi - "Black Girl Magic"

Alumni perform an original encouraging black women to love the skin they live in while pursuing their dreams. 

Olivia Pérez Collellmir Band - "Tangos a Mompou"

This piece is based on Chano Dominguez's arrangement of Frederic Mompou's original, "Música callada (Silent Music), Vol I: I. Angelico."

Catch Me If You Can - Boston Conservatory at Berklee

The musical's opening number, "Live in Living Color," features musical theater student Michael Seltzer.

Joanna Teters - "By Your Side"

The soul, R&B, and reggae singer and bandleader performs an original with guitarist Ted Morcaldi live at Berklee.

Marika Galea Quartet - "Nanaimo"

The jazz bassist, composer, and educator performs with her band at Berklee.

Donny McCaslin Berklee Quartet - "Fast Future"

Alumnus jazz saxophonist Donny McCaslin, who played on the late David Bowie's last album, performs an original with his band. 


The Latin jazz trio, whose sound brings together influences from Chile, Japan, and Cuba, performs a self-titled song.  

Christopher Kinsey - "Giovanni's Room"

Watch dancers perform one of the original student-choreographed pieces featured in Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Winterworks.