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. 

MIXCLA - "MIXCLA"

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.