Berklee Summer in the CityCANCELED: Ceci Juno / Seven to Five

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Friday / July 29, 2016 / 5:00 p.m.
Greenway Boston
Across Atlantic Avenue from 100 Hanover Street
United States
Ceci Juno
Seven to Five
CANCELED: This event has been canceled due to the weather.

Ceci Juno is an Ecuadorian singer-songwriter, composer, and music therapist in training. She loves different forms of art, traveling, people, and coffee. Juno became aware of her love of music at a very early age and began classical training in piano at age five. Songwriting became a part of her life the moment she learned to play the guitar. She started studying contemporary music at the College of Music at the Universidad San Francisco de Quito and then transferred to Berklee College of Music. Her life in Boston has been essential to her development as an artist and a person because she has learned the importance of cultural diversity and identity, and has also discovered music therapy, her purpose in life. Juno has always loved making music for herself and for everyone to enjoy. Although she combines elements of pop, indie, rock, and folk music, she continues to explore ways to create her unique sound. 

Seven to Five is a vocal- and piano-based band that redefines current pop hits into more complex, exciting covers. With two main singers, Cecilia Jurado and Andrea Diaz, and pianist Sebastian Barniol, they create interesting vocal arrangements and merge multiple genres of music into one song. Their signature is mashups of famous songs that create a new form of composition, mixing contemporary harmonies with different melodies playing at the same time in a counterpoint way. Inspired by new pop artists like Coldplay and Taylor Swift and classic geniuses like Stevie Wonder and the Beatles, Seven to Five's arrangements and productions include rich harmonies and interesting rhythms to catch the listener's attention. Their repertoire includes mashups of Ariana Grande, Taylor Swift, and Coldplay, and covers like "Grenade" (Bruno Mars) and "Pure Imagination" (Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory).