Band and ensemble recordings
Berklee Now Series
The Trio (Cardell Smart II, Kirsten Henry, Adina Baptiste) showcases their velvety smooth vocals.
Violinist and bassist Jaylon Black performs his original "Bass Heavy" at Berklee College of Music with Jason Betts II on drums, Thomas Antonio Debelian on percussion, Justin Peterson on bass, Haein Kim on keys, and Josh Porter on guitar.
Drummer Jodie Michael performs Paul Motian's "Drum Music" with Alex Johnson on tenor saxophone and Jacob Jezioro on bass. The musicians graduated from the Berklee Global Jazz Institute's master's degree program in 2019.
Berklee guitar principal Jason Ji performs "Classical Gas" with strings. The composition is originally by Mason Williams and won three Grammy Awards in 1969 for Best Instrumental Composition, Best Contemporary-Pop Performance Instrumental, and Best Instrumental Arrangement.
The band murphy. performs its original "Arroyos," recorded by the Music Production and Engineering Department's visiting artist Steve Albini on Berklee's Shames Family Scoring Stage. The track was written by student Sam Stallings and mixed by student Logan Haynes.
The brainchild of Mirek Vana, the Metallica Project at Berklee is a Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music collaboration featuring four different musical styles, one of which is Indian music. This arrangement is by Yoel Genin, an alumnus of Berklee and the Berklee Indian Ensemble.
"PaloTo'" is an original composition by guitarist Angel de Jesus Irizarry Almonte combining jazz, rock, Afro-Cuban, and Afro-Dominican (palos and gagá) influences and creating a melting pot of sounds that travels from the Caribbean to the U.S.
The BreakUp is a Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni project produced by College alumnus Luis Gamarra and Conservatory alumna Holly Wilder. "En Paz" is part two of a two-part video.
The BreakUp is a Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee alumni project produced by College alumnus Luis Gamarra and Conservatory alumna Holly Wilder. "No siento más" is part one of a two-part video.
Andrija Gavrilović performs his arrangement of the traditional Macedonian song "Zajdi Zajdi" in this Berklee studio session. The audio was mixed by Tano Brock and video produced by Regina Crisosto Jequier.
Mestizas performs the band's arrangement of Manuel Quiroga's composition "María de la O." Mestizas is Esperanza Delgado, Paloma Gomez Angulo, Estefania Nuñez Villamandos, and Patricia Ligia.