Following the success of his “Quarantine Collab” video, Charles Berthoud is back with another. He asked musicians to send him videos of them playing something in A minor at 124 bpm. He then edited them together into a single song - with over 50 bassists.
Charles Berthoud asked musicians from around the world to send him recordings of them playing in E minor at 120 bpm. He received 300 videos, watched them all, then arranged them into this tune. He calls it “The Biggest EVER Quarantine Collab.”
Earlier this week, we featured a “Bass Battle” video between Davie504 and Charles Berthoud. Now Zander Zon has thrown his hat in the ring, with an awesome (and hilarious) video he created with Berthoud.
Ariane Cap and Josh Cohen have teamed up to create Solo Bass Night, a performance series that features and promotes solo bass music. The concerts have their roots from an event nearly 15 years ago.
WATCH: Davie504 has shared a number of videos with Charles Berthoud, who Davie calls “The PRO.” In this clip, the bassists trade off with some impressive bass playing, covering fingerstyle, tap, slap, all techniques – and some funny moments along the way.
Charles Berthoud always impresses with his solo bass arrangements. In his latest, he covers “Hallelujah” for solo bass with piccolo strings. Beauty.
Charles Berthoud is getting a lot of attention on his new video. After watching it, we can see why. Here’s “Reflections” – a composition Charles wrote for solo piccolo bass.
Bassist Charles Berthoud shared this video he recorded with New Hampshire Bass Fest founder and Berklee instructor Jim Stinnett. The song is Charles’ original composition “I Wanna Be…,” which features some sweet fretless lines by Stinnett on top of Berthoud’s tap bass foundation.
Meet Charles Berthoud, a bassist living in Boston – by way of London – who is now graduating from Berklee and ready for the next step in his musical journey. Here’s his story… Bio: I am originally from London, England, and now, about to graduate from Berklee College of Music, I am on the brink of beginning my career as...
Charles Berthoud builds a beautiful soundscape in this solo piccolo bass piece entitled “Resurrection.” The bassist makes the most of two-handed tapping and harmonics to create a shiny, ethereal song. “Resurrection” is the second track from his new album Charles Berthoud: The New Age of Solo Bass, which also includes three completely solo tunes, five tunes in collaboration with Jim...