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Tuesday, April 2 • 5:35pm - 6:05pm
Berklee Musical Artists for Social Impact

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Rebecca Marti / Andrea Brodeur
“Wildflowers”

Dom Jones / Brionna Stinnett
“Until We All Are Free”

Luna Abreu-Santana
“This I Know”

Alida McKeon “Salt”

Brandon Crichfield “Soft Man Hands”

Berklee Musical Artists for So...
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Alida McKeon

Alida McKeon is a songwriter and jazz singer hailing from the Northern California central valley. Her voice evokes the mellow warmth of vintage jazz singers of the mid 20th century. Her songwriting takes a more modern, folk-inspired narrative approach, addressing topics such as mental... Read More →
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Andrea Brodeur

Andrea Brodeur os a sixth semester songwriting major at the Berklee College of Music. A vocal principal who also plays piano and guitar, she works to master the writing tools that anable her to write songs that are not only beautiful, but also connect us to one another. Andrea counts... Read More →
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Brandon Ray-Pak Crichfield

Brandon Ray-Pak Crichfield, or "Bran" is not only often mistaken for a cereal, but also for every variation of East-Asian nationality. When he's not reading poetry, or watching the Notebook on repeat, he writes Folk music, heavily influenced by John Mayer, Matthew Mayfield, Pete Seeger... Read More →
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Brionna Stinnett

Brionna Stinnett, from Flint Michigan, is a junior at Berklee College of Music, majoring in Songwriting. She has been recognized by her peers and professors as one of the best songwriters in the department and the school, and has been an in-demand vocal arranger among her peers and... Read More →
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Dom Jones

Dom Jones, from Oakland, CA, is a singer, songwriter, and musician. The Founder and Principal Artist at Dom Empire, she believes that her passion for music and social justice are inextricably connected, a message at the forefront of her work. An International Songwriting Competition... Read More →
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Luna Abreu-Santana

Born in Harlem and raised in Rhode Island, Providence artist Luna is a singer/songwriter who uses storytelling to promote messages of self-reflection and acceptance.With a background in musical theater, the Dominican musician strives to create projects that emphasize color and... Read More →


Tuesday April 2, 2019 5:35pm - 6:05pm
Main Ballroom 40 Edwin H Land Boulevard, Cambridge, MA, USA

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