Berklee's fifth annual Earth Day celebration features a mix of faculty speakers and student bands performing original music, including songs with environmental themes.
In his senior recital, Ethan Santos will showcase original compositions, as well as influences in jazz, hip-hop, soul, and more.
Nando Michelin presents music from his soon-to-be-recorded collaboration with Ebinho Cardoso. Tiago Michelin performs on drums.
A passionate ambassador of Catalan popular music, Josep Quer offers a master class on Sardanas, the most popular of the Catalan musical genres. The class will be followed by a duo performance, accompanied by a pianist from the Berklee community.
For his senior recital, Alex Ramírez showcases his journey at Berklee College of Music in a final show with bandmates. The music will include a variety of jazz tunes, including original compositions influenced by his Colombian heritage.
For his senior recital, drum set principal Rhett Randolph will perform in many styles, including rock, pop, and metal, applying everything he has learned while at Berklee College of Music.
If you have never seen a tuba player front a show, don’t miss Becca Shrand’s senior recital.
Craig Harley Schmuhl and his band Hate Storm Annihilation perform an hour of punishing death metal, featuring blast beats, aggressive riffing, and gutturals.
As a songwriter, video pioneer, producer, recording artist, computer software developer, conceptualist, and interactive artist, Todd Rundgren has made a lasting impact on the form and content of popular music.
Nick Hakim is a singer-songwriter and producer from Washington, D.C. Danielle Ponder is a native of Rochester, New York, who is influenced by artists such as Nina Simone, Big Mama Thornton, Shirley Chisholm, Cornel West, and Lauryn Hill.