Jeff Berman


Rhythm as relationship, as a point of connection, and as universal communication.

Geña & Preach

Interdisciplinary Performance Artists

Geña and Preach are performing artists, both singers, drummers, and dancers.  They perform many different rhythms from Afro-Caribbean/Afro-Latin cultures. The rhythms, the songs, and the dances of Sicá, Calindá, Bámbula, Belé, Congo, Yanvalou, Holandé, and many more help them connect different elements of the African Diaspora with the African experience in the United States of America.

Renaissance City Winds

Woodwind Players

The Renaissance City Winds are a chamber music ensemble (one on a part, with no conductor), with a wind quintet core group (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, and horn) that frequently collaborates with guest artists. Chamber music is the most intimate form of classical / contemporary music, and is ideal for small performance spaces such as classrooms, small concert halls, chapels, and even private homes.