Society of Composers at Berklee presents their fall semester concert. The concert celebrates and embraces diversity and inclusion at a time when people are becoming more divided than ever.
Compositions span a wide variety of themes and styles, and are performed by Berklee students with additional special guests from the community. All compositions are premieres, composed by Berklee students and recent alumni.
Yotam Ishay: Three Preludes for Piano
Life’s Little Moment: Jacquelyn Hazle
Caught up in the Snow: Tina Kayal (composer) and Sarah Chong (piano)
When Eyes Meet: Jan Vincent Huntenburg
Copley 6:49 – 8 Miniatures: David Lee (arr. w/ Matt Scutchfield)
Los Perros: Donovan Sierra, Sarah Chong (piano)
On a Rainy Night: Tianyi Zhang (composer/pianist)
Last Stage to a New World: Ben Delaney
A Year After: Pedro Osuna (Composer), Tania Mesa (Violin I), Lily Lyons (Violin II), Yeh-Van Chen (Sandy) (Viola) and Parker Ousley (Cello)
(Bye -) Escapade: Matt Scutchfield (Composer), Paul Meland (Saxophone), Matt Samolis (Flute), Lou Bunk (Viola), Ben Delaney (Violin) and Sarah Chong (Prepared Piano)
Concertino: Lou Bunk (composer and conductor) and almost everyone above
Audio recording credits go to: Kenneth Jin.