Luke Norris, Connor Kent, and Grzegorz Wlodarczyk will be playing a mix of originals and jazz standards, touching on some of the most important repertoire of the chordless jazz trio.
Brazilian guitarist Rodrigo Domingues Moreira performs a set of songs that celebrate hard bop American music made in the mid-1950s.
Thomas Gaumer and his band present a set of original compositions and arrangements inspired by Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, and Bob Brookmeyer.
For his senior recital, Anibal Cruz presents a synthesis of his musical journey at Berklee College of Music. His originals and arrangements encompass a wide range of influences from Afro-Cuban to bebop and world music.
Trumpeter, vocalist, and composer Alonzo Demetrius presents his master’s thesis project, featuring a series of compositions inspired by ruminations on the prison industrial complex.
Aga Derlak and her band will present original music influenced by Polish classical music.
Lucas Santos presents his senior recital.
Alto saxophonist Caitlin Aylmer showcases the culmination of her work at Berklee College of Music as a performer and arranger. Her recital features traditional jazz standards alongside original modern compositions.
Mexican drummer Sebastián Soto performs jazz, featuring arrangements and originals, that inspired him throughout his time at Berklee College of Music.
Jack “The Sax” Davies, a British R&B, jazz, and funk saxophonist, presents his Berklee College of Music senior recital, Pangea—the unity of cultures, languages, and ethnicities through the medium of music.
Jazz composition major Kris Sebastian Ramakrishna presents a recital featuring compositions that reflect his unique Swiss-Indian background and the diversity of his upbringing and education.
Spanish pianist and composer Paloma Gomez performs original pieces in a unique combination of jazz, flamenco, and Spanish folk styles.
At his senior recital, guitarist, composer, and jazz composition major Angel Irizarry will perform a set of original compositions blending sounds from his native Dominican Republic with a number of other influences.
Kazakh pianist Alya Izumchensky presents original compositions and arrangements of covers.
Guitar principal and composer Allan Nilsson and his band present a mix of original compositions and covers of jazz standards, showcasing full ensemble arrangements with solo guitar highlights.