Dean’s Set List: So What (Season 2: EP1)

It’s the start of a new Berklee Five-Week Summer Performance Program and there are Berklee City Music Summer Scholars from all over the country attending.  During the Five-Week Program we record students who are featured on the Dean’s Set List.

The Dean’s Set List features students from around the Berklee City Music Network performing in the office of our Dean, Dr. Krystal Banfield.  In order for a student to be selected they must fulfill certain criteria pertaining to their academic standing, Berklee City Music standing, involvement in their community, and musicianship.  It is a musical Dean’s List.

To start off season 2 our first episode features John Michael Bradford  on Trumpet from Tipitina’s Foundation, Yesseh Furaha-Ali on tenor saxophone from The Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz & Performing Arts, Ayinde Williams on piano from Richmond Youth Jazz Guild, and Daniel Winshall on bass from City Music Boston performing Miles Davis “So What.”

NOTE: Be sure to watch it in 1080 HD by adjusting the video settings using the gear icon on the bottom right of the video.

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Dean’s Set List: Robert Gould, John Michael Bradford, and Hunter Burgamy

This month’s episode of the Dean’s Set List features Robert Gould from Little 5 Points Music Center in Atlanta, and John Michael Bradford and Hunter Burgamy both from Tipitina’s Foundation in New Orleans performing  Georgia on My Mind by  Hoagy Carmichael and Stuart Gorrell and made famous by Ray Charles.

Robert Gould is a current student at Berklee College of Music who received a full-tuition scholarship from Berklee City Music in 2012.  John Michael Bradford and Hunter Burgamy were both City Music Summer Scholars in 2013, where Hunter received a full-tuition scholarship to attend Berklee College of Music and is currently in his first semester.  John Michael is currently a junior in high school and received a $20,000 scholarship from the college during the 2013 Five-Week Summer Performance Program.

To learn more about the Dean’s Set List please visit our previous post.