Join us for an oppotunity to meet artist in residence, Crissy Collins, during her Master Clinic and Berklee GEMS (Gender Equity in Music and Society) Luncheon. Crissy has done four world tours with Beyonce, has toured on Broadway with Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail in addition to big screen appearances and much more.
Weds. August 5, 1:00 – 3:00pm
David Friend Recital Hall, 921 Boylston St.
Berklee GEMS (Gender Equity in Music & Society) Luncheon
Thurs. Aug. 6, 12:00 - 2:00pm
Loft, 921 Boylston St.
Join us for lunch and discussion as we share our experiences as women in the music industry. Moderated by Chief Alumni Officer, Karen Bell.
Crissy Collins was born in Niagara Falls, NY and introduced to the world at the tender age of four by way of a Jerry Lewis Telethon performance, singing a heartfelt rendition of Jesus Loves the Little Children. She has lent her expertise as a vocal trainer, choir leader, and music director with churches in Atlanta and across the country.
Collins has appeared on numerous gospel television shows, festivals, workshops, seminars and stages with the likes of Edwin Hawkins, Shirley Caesar, Dorothy Norwood, Mary Mary, Shirley Murdock and many other national recording artists.
She toured with Tyler Perry's star play Madea Goes to Jail. Her show stopping rendition of Yes, Jesus Love Me led to big screen opportunities including Tyler Perry movies: Diary of a Mad Black Woman, Madea's Family Reunion, Daddy's Little Girls, and The Family That Preys.
Since 2008, Crissy has toured the globe singing background for internationally known singer, Beyoncé. She has accompanied Beyoncé on four world tours and performed with many secular artists such as Luther Vandross, Kelly Price, Glenn Jones, Little G of Silk, Monica and Gloria Gainer to name a few.