Visiting Artist Events
Performers, engineers, and music business professionals are among the industry experts who visit Berklee to offer clinics and master classes about the business and art of making, recording, promoting, and composing music. Often only open to the college community, these visits are opportunities for Berklee students and faculty to get an intimate and inside perspective of the industry.
The Joe Mulholland Sextet will perform original music for jazz sextet, featuring Berklee faculty and guests. The group will play material from its three CD releases.
David Benites of Extreme Vocal Institute breaks down the fundamentals of metal and rock vocals. Learn more about metal vocal anatomy, distortion, health, warm-ups, practice, and execution for the studio, practice space, and stage.
Marcelo Torres, considered one of the best Argentinian bass players of his generation, leads a band composed of Berklee faculty and students in performances of his compositions.
Pauline Eveno, president of Syos (Shape Your Own Sound), a maker of customizable, 3D-printed saxophone mouthpieces, presents an interactive workshop featuring ample opportunity to test the products.
Amado Espinoza, a Bolivian performing artist and instrument maker, presents a workshop on Andean music. Espinoza respects the folk traditions of the Andes Mountains while creating compositions that are sincere to his musical personality.
Steely Dan saxophonist Roger Rosenberg performs and discusses his touring career as a multi-instrumentalist, as well as being a working musician in New York City with a career that stretches from Miles Davis and Quincy Jones to Steely Dan and Broadway.
The Mivos Quartet will play a concert of 20th- and 21st-century music for string quartet.
Leading jazz organist Pat Bianchi presents a performance and clinic on jazz organ playing. He will be joined by Paul Bollenback on guitar and Byron Landham on drums.
Learn about the mechanics of the saxophone, setup technique, and basic repair with Boston Sax Shop owner Jack Finucane.
Join veteran bassist Lee Sklar as he discusses the skills necessary for building careers in the studio-recording and touring industries. Crafting a song, reading, and communication are but a few of the skills that will be discussed.
The Jack Quartet will read and record original music written by Berklee student composers.
The Jack Quartet performs music composed by Berklee College of Music students.
Mivos Quartet performs a concert of new music.
Julie Rosenfeld and Peter Miyamoto, a celebrated violin and piano duo, present a concert featuring new music for violin and piano.
The New York Brass Quintet will play a concert at Berklee.