Felipe Cytrynowicz presents original compositions and new arrangements of Brazilian songs along with special guest Brazilian singer Graziela Medori. The instrumentations feature drums, percussion, bass, piano, saxophone, and trumpet.
Violinist, songstress, and mandolinist Kathleen Parks' senior recital will be a display of her own compositions and songs, as well as arrangements worked up with colleagues and friends she has made along her journey through Berklee. The genres range from American roots, American Songbook, and funk to Harry Nilsson-esq pop. John Sebastian calls it "creamy goodness."
Maria Rowinska performs Brazilian, Cuban, Venezuelan, and other Latin styles, in tandem with reggae and contemporary jazz. Her studies in composition and percussion have been hugely influential in her musical development, and in her journey to find a music that defines her, she's realized that what she likes best is a little of everything. She's performing a combination of covers and originals, with arrangements by Mariano Escalona, and a few special guests.
Deniz B. Turan presents an exciting audio-visual experience of psychedelic electronica with impressionist flavors, accompanied by custom-mapped art blended with hints of Chinese and Indian Buddhism. The presentation features all original music, with no pauses throughout the whole concert.
Trained in various styles including classical, jazz, country, and rock, Catherine McDonald has been playing violin for more than 16 years. Her senior recital will feature a combination of all these styles.