Summer in the CityShalyah Fearing and Marlon Solomon (Virtual Performance)

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Thursday / July 16, 2020 / 8:00 p.m.
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Shalyah Fearing and Marlon Solomon
Shalyah Fearing and Marlon Solomon
Image courtesy of the artists

Berklee Summer in the City 2020 is a free, weekly virtual music series every Thursday from July 16 through August 27, featuring a Berklee performer presenting one of their favorite popular summer releases on Berklee’s Facebook page, Instagram TV (IGTV), and YouTube channel.

This week, Shalyah Fearing and Marlon Solomon will perform “Stuck with U” by Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber. For more information and a full list of shows, read the press release.

About the Artists

Shalyah Fearing was born in Springfield, Massachusetts, and raised in Hudson, Florida. She began singing at age 4 and attended the Staz Performing Arts Center in Tampa Bay, Florida, where she practiced her performance skills. Being fully committed to juggling music lessons and productions, she prepared to audition for her dream TV show, NBC’s The Voice. At age 15, she stole the hearts of millions of fans. First on Team Cristina, then Team Pharrell, she made it to the Top 8 on Team Adam, among an outpouring of critical acclaim. “I want my story to inspire young people like myself to go out there and get what you want,” she said. “You have to work for it." Now attending Berklee College of Music, she hopes to continue growing and advancing as an artist.

Marlon Solomon is a singer-songwriter from East Orange, New Jersey. Singing in church since the age of 12, he fuses classical training with contemporary genres to create a sound with a deep, rich tone. His inspirations include John Legend, Adele, and Dean Lewis. He approaches every stage performance as if it could be his last, ensuring his audiences an unforgettable experience. Knowing what music has done for him, he's called to create that same feeling in everyone who hears his voice. He believes that his voice is a gift from God and that his ultimate purpose is to use his gift and skills to bring light to the world.

How to Watch

Tune in on Thursdays at 8:00 p.m. EDT on Berklee's FacebookIGTV, or YouTube pages. If you miss the show, archived performances can be found on our Facebook Videos page, IGTV channel, and YouTube channel.

 

Admission: 
Free