In her senior recital, pianist Eriko Ishikura presents jazz and classical pieces.
In his jazz composition portfolio—and his last performance at Berklee College of Music—saxophonist Avi Rafaelov presents a fusion-filled program.
Composer, arranger, and saxophonist Matthew Roomberg presents selected pieces from his portfolio for one last blowout before graduation. With his seven-piece group LiveFlow, Roomberg traverses jazz, rock, funk, and hip-hop.
Jonathan Richer contends his senior recital will be amazing, bombastic, colorful, daring, exciting, faithful, gilded, holistic, impish, just, kinetic, lustful, magnificent, nacarat, opulent, pabulous, qoph, richer, superfluous, titillating, under-new-management, vivacious, whimsical, xanthic, yote, and—last but not least—zany.
Paola Munda is a singer-songwriter and leader of the Lotus Sound, a circle singers open group based in Boston, Massachusetts. Munda will present part of her first album, which she is recording as a soloist and with her group.
Guitarist and composer Jordan Kerr leads an eclectic six-piece ensemble in performances of his colorful compositions, inspired by styles as disparate as funk, rock, jazz, contemporary classical, and Indian classical.
Drummer Ethan Leff performs a set of tunes spanning multiple genres, featuring the music of Steely Dan and other great artists.
For his senior recital, Colin Jenkins and his crew present Triple E (An Ethereal and Elephantine Experience), an unorthodox jazz set mixing post-bop, modal jazz, and avant-garde jazz with a background knowledge of metal, post-rock, and progressive rock.
Eduardo Kirschbaum presents his senior recital.