The #BerkleeAnywhere Concert Series features Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students performing virtually wherever they are around the world. We may be separated by distance, but music empowers us to unite. Wherever you are, we invite you to connect with us every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. EDT on Berklee’s IGTV and Facebook pages.
About the Artist
Tyeri Morrison, formally known as Ty, is a dedicated social activist and divergent artist from the Boston area. Morrison dedicated 13 years of extensive dance training to the Gold School Dance Art. While completing his B.F.A. degree at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, he performed works by Darrell Moultrie, Catherine Coury, Bradley Shelver, Adrianne Hawkins, and others. His training extends to summer programs such as BodyTraffic, Gibney Dance, Mikayla Taylor’s the TLCollective, Limón Dance Company, and the Giordano Dance Company.
Aside from the contemporary industry, Morrison has also engaged in commercial works with Mia Michaels in a video filmed in New York in 2018. He has collaborated with Levi Marsman, creating a performance installation at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and has recently been featured in on-site productions working with choreographers such as Ashley Lindsay, Martha Nichols, Roderick George, and more.
As a choreographer, Morrison's work has been set for studios in the New England area, the Young Choreographers Commencement, the Cape Dance Festival, and other film festivals nationwide.
Recently, his efforts have been directed towards social activism in the Boston community and establishing a politically cultured voice within the arts industry. His wholehearted intention is to utterly expose racial and social bias within the nation and industries alike through enlightenment, excavation, elaboration, and emotional bewilderment.
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