Salvatore Zanelli, a Boston, Massachusetts–based musician and composer, has been playing piano since age 6, when he studied classical music. Recently, he has expanded to playing Latin, jazz, and other contemporary styles of piano.
Manny Moura is a 21-year-old singer-songwriter who grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and New York, New York. After moving to Boston, Massachusetts, in 2017, she transitioned to a more electronic pop sound.
Mitch Seidman, a professor in the Ear Training Department, will demonstrate practice techniques that will help instrumentalists and vocalists of various levels of ability enhance their musicality.
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Jim Peterson, Berklee College of Music associate professor, unlocks the secrets to playing funk guitar. Learn everything you need to know about building time-keeping skills, improvisation, theory, tone, and a straightforward way to play killer slap guitar.
Pianist Marco Birro and his quintet present original compositions and arrangements of folk music from Northeast Italy.
Kevin Long presents an evening of contemporary jazz with influences far removed from the genre. He will perform pieces from his EP For ..., which was written in dedication to his family.
Juan Carlos Ruiz is an accomplished singer and multi-instrumentalist from Venezuela who recently joined forces with Berklee alumnus Maurizio Fiore, a guitarist and cuatro player also from Venezuela.
Guitarist Hugo Alves and his band tour Brazilian music, with an emphasis on samba. The band will play traditional pieces from composers such as Noel Rosa and Cartola, as well as contemporary work from composers such as João Bosco and Chico Buarque.
A virtuosic, award-winning guitarist with a gift for insightful songwriting, Molly Tuttle evolves her signature sound with boundary-breaking songs on her compelling debut album, When You’re Ready.