Studio Sessions

Band and ensemble recordings

IVANNA - 'Perdida Por Ti'

IVANNA performs her original at Berklee College of Music with pianist Paul Morales and guitarist Axel Hejlsberg.

Berklee Now Series

Berklee Indian Ensemble Featuring Indian Ocean - 'Jhini'

The Berklee Indian Ensemble was honored to collaborate with the inimitable band Indian Ocean, pioneers of the Indian rock fusion scene, on this rearrangement of Indian Ocean's popular song “Jhini.”

Hiatus Kaiyote - 'Molasses'

Listen to Cheng-Ting Liao's a cappella arrangement of the future soul band's "Molasses," featuring Lisa Oduor Noah and Njoki Karu.

Mufaro - 'We Can Make a Change'

Mufaro records her original, "We Can Make a Change," in the studio at Berklee College of Music.

Triple Tea - 'Ephemera'

Triple Tea is a cinematic and progressive jazz trio with Tommaso Taddonio on piano, Martin Tamisier on drums, and Carlo De Baggio on bass. 

Ray Charles - 'You Don't Know Me'

MIXCLA featuring Cassandre McKinley performs "You Don't Know Me" by Cindy Walker, based on a title and storyline by Eddy Arnold. The song was made popular by Ray Charles.

Berklee Roots Ensemble - 'Looking for the Devil'

The Berklee Roots Ensemble performs an original by Roger H. Brown and Mark Simos. 

Anastassiya Petrova - 'The Traveler'

Petrova performs her original with drummer Tyson Jackson.

Catalonia One Voice - 'No tenim por' (We Are Not Afraid)

After the terrorist attacks in Barcelona, Spain, on August 17, 2017, Mar Fayos and Pablo Mirete Godoy wrote this song to pay tribute to the victims and their families and friends.

dolltr!ck - 'Rewind'

dolltr!ck performs her original with her electronic digital instrument (EDI), a laptop equipped with music software and a performance controller.

Niu Raza - 'Mahay Manalazy (We Know How to Party)'

Malagasy singer Niu Raza performs her original with her band. 

Guillermo Klein - 'Flores'

This recording of Klein's song is by the Chris Cheek Berklee Quintet, a group that was part of Berklee Masters on the Road, where master alumni musicians return to teach and lead a touring ensemble.

'Drive My Car' - For Women in Saudi Arabia

This version of the Beatles' classic is released to celebrate Saudi Arabia lifting the ban on women driving.