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Berklee Now Series

Dalia & the Big Violin - 'Why Try to Change Me Now'

Dalia Sawaya and Parker Ousley perform their arrangement of "Why Try to Change Me Now" by Cy Coleman.

Shakespeare in the Time of #MeToo

Shakespearean scholar Tina Packer worked with Boston Conservatory at Berklee contemporary theater students as a Kunkemueller guest artist. 

Garri Paul - 'Ride On, King Jesus'

This and other traditional African American spirituals were performed at a concert in memory of beloved Conservatory voice faculty Robert Honeysucker in spring 2018.

Mufaro - 'We Can Make a Change'

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

Electric violinist Brian King Joseph

Brian King Joseph Stuns on America's Got Talent

Electric violinist Brian King Joseph '12 impressed audiences with his unexpected covers of popular songs.

What Excites You about Starting School?

Berklee students discuss what they are excited about for the semester while at their orientation events. 

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. 

Five Electronic Digital Instruments That Are Changing Music

Ableton Push, Novation Launchpad, Akai MPC Live, Teenage Engineering OP-1, and Roli Seaboard are transforming the way music is made. 

Kailin Zhong - 'Come to Love Me'

Zhong performs her original with English lyrics for the chorus and Chinese lyrics for the verses.

Lage Lund Trio - 'Brasilia'

The Lage Lund Trio performs "Brasilia" at the Red Room at Cafe 939 as part of The Checkout—Live at Berklee.

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.

What Advice Do You Have For Freshmen?

Boston Conservatory at Berklee students share advice for incoming students.