Hailing from Mexico City, Mexico, Maria Vertiz is a composer, producer, songwriter, and arranger who creates music filled with ethnic sounds, atmospheric ideas, and structural concepts from different eras.
Tommaso Taddonio, a pianist and composer from France, is the leader of the Triple Tea trio and an accompanist for artists and bands of many different styles.
With a background in classical piano and flute as well as photography, scholarship recipient Jamichael Frazier is studying jazz at Berklee College of Music.
Blazing across a wide variety of styles, Spencer Nicholson’s groovy and soulful expressions are a revolution of modern pop music. With influences from Allen Stone to Justin Timberlake and Michael Bublé, the Canadian singer-songwriter presents a classic yet innovative style with a smooth and contagious vibe.
The Vlade Guigni Trio will perform arrangements of classic jazz tunes along with contemporary original pieces, blending old and new sounds. This event will take place on the patio of Porto, inside the Prudential Center.
Fabiola Mendez is a Puerto Rican cuatro player who has taken part in a musical movement, crossing over genres such as folkloric, jazz, and Latin.
Mar Fayos, a jazz singer from Barcelona, Spain, is studying vocal performance, arranging, and contemporary conducting at Berklee College of Music.
Regina Crisosto is a singer-songwriter and arranger from Chile. Featuring original compositions, she presents a mixture of pop, rock, and R&B with South American sounds and electropop arrangements.
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra returns to Martha’s Vineyard to perform its new score, commissioned by Universal Pictures, for The Man Who Laughs (1928).
The Rare Occasions are a four-piece indie rock band based in Los Angeles, California. RVRCT (Rivercat) is a psychedelic/shoegaze band based in Boston, Massachusetts.