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.
Join us for this unique clinic with leading Palestinian vocalist and actress Amal Murkus, who will share her remarkable journey as an artist and political activist, as well as the motivations and ideas behind her rich musical projects.
The Doug Johnson Trio will be joined by Marcio Philomena, an accomplished guitarist and Berklee graduate. The performance will include Brazilian music, jazz standards, and original compositions.
With Debarro, Rebecca Levi focuses on Latin American folk music, examining the process of finding these deeply rooted songs and transforming them with original arrangements, using influences from jazz, rock, pop, funk, and other genres.
Berklee students and faculty are invited to a special clinic featuring Israel Suárez, a.k.a. El Piraña, one of the most renowned cajón players in the world.
As part of Funk Week, Berklee students and faculty are invited to a special clinic featuring Grammy Award–winning Leo Nocentelli of the Meters.
Berklee students and faculty are invited to this clinic featuring Wayne Krantz, American guitarist and composer known for his use of complex rhythmic and harmonic concepts.
Wayne Krantz is an American guitarist and composer known for his use of complex rhythmic and harmonic concepts. Krantz is an alumnus of the Berklee Guitar Department.
Composition Department visiting artist Maria Schneider discusses her creative process with chair Richard Carrick.
Don't miss this master class with Maria Schneider, visiting artist in the Composition Department.