Professor Ricardo Monzon and a lively group of percussionists, singers, bass and guitar players perform a high-energy set of Afro-Brazilian sounds and flavors.
Feeling For Form Session for blind or low vision visitors at 1 pm. Space is limited; first come first served.
The rhythms of drummer, percussionist and Berklee professor Ricardo Monzon have graced the recordings of artists ranging from Walter Beasley and Didi Stewart to the Boston Pops and Greg Hopkins Big Band. A native of Guatemala, where he was once named best drummer and percussionist, the versatile Monzon has performed with soul queen Aretha Franklin, jazz harpist Deborah Henson-Conant, and classical ensembles like the Orquesta Sinfonica de Guatemala and New Life Symphony Orchestra. A master of congas, timbales, and other Latin instruments, Monzon is a member of the Zaitchik Brothers and Myanna, and has played on several film and television soundtracks. Visit his webpage to learn more: www.berklee.edu/people/ricardo-monzon.
Part of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day Open House. See the full schedule of events.
Performance: Berklee College of Music Presents Ricardo Monzon
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Remis Auditorium, 161
- Admission Free - No Cost for Admission
- Event Type
- Special Event