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The Metallica Project is a Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music collaboration featuring a contemporary dance reimagination of Metallica's songs arranged and performed in different styles. This piece was choreographed by Otis Sallid.
Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students perform Pedro Osuna's arrangement of Leonard Cohen's "Hallelujah," featuring vocalist Shalyah Fearing and cellist Nathaniel Taylor.
This tribute to Missy Elliott during the 2019 Berklee Commencement Concert features students Myia Thornton and Keira Smith on lead vocals.
This performance was by Boston Conservatory at Berklee dance students as part of the Conservatory's spring 2019 dance concert, Limitless. Margo Sappington was a Conservatory artist in residence for this production.
This tribute to Missy Elliott during the 2019 Berklee Commencement Concert features Dom Jones and Brayla Cook on lead vocals. Elliott was in attendance at the performance and received an honorary doctorate from Berklee College of Music the following day for her contributions to the music industry.
Nella Rojas, named Best New Artist at the 2019 Latin Grammys, shares how she became the performer she is and offers insights into her artistry. She's an alumna of Berklee College of Music and a Casa Limón artist.
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.
This composition addresses racial profiling and police brutality. The performers are Terri Lyne Carrington, drums; Aaron Parks, piano; Matthew Stevens, guitar; Morgan Guerin, bass; Debo Ray, voice; and Kokayi, voice.
Terri Lyne Carrington, Aaron Parks, and Matthew Stevens discuss their new band, Social Science, which confronts social justice issues through music.
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.
Music Production and Engineering students at Berklee College of Music visit Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios in Wiltshire, England, and assist in a recording session with the artist Robert Vincent.