Concert

Tubby Love

Wednesday / December 16, 2009 / 3:30 p.m.
Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215
Tubby Love

Looking for indoor entertainment for the family in December? Current Berklee students will perform holiday-inspired concerts at the Prudential Center the week of December 13. The December 16 show features Tubby Love.

Tubby Love

Its not the size of the band, its the size of the love. Here to spread the message of purely positive vibrations, Tubby Love is a heady force of futuristic reggae fusion. With songs like "Constant Motion" and "No One's in Control," the message of the music is a clear ear-opening experience for the awakening of the masses. The five-piece Boston-based band has shared the stage with up-and-coming reggae greats such as Passafire and Blue King Brown, and continues to make their way into the future roots music scene. Outwardly expressing their love for experimental music, Tubby Love is on the steady path of creating what some are calling a "reggae soul revolution."

Admission: 
Free

Luisa Sobral

Tuesday / December 15, 2009 / 3:30 p.m.
Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215
Luisa Sobral

Looking for indoor entertainment for the family in December? Current Berklee students will perform holiday-inspired concerts at the Prudential Center the week of December 13. The December 15 show features Luisa Sobral.

Luisa Sobral

Luisa Sobral was born in Portugal in 1987. She started playing guitar and writing music when she was 12. By the age of 16, Sobral participated in a Portuguese TV show for vocalists called Idolos, where she finished third. After the TV show, Sobral moved to the U.S., where she completed the last year of high school. She is now finishing her degree at Berklee and working on her first album, which will be out in August.

Admission: 
Free

Emily Elbert

Monday / December 14, 2009 / 3:30 p.m.
Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215
Emily Elbert

Looking for indoor entertainment for the family in December? Current Berklee students will perform holiday-inspired concerts at the Prudential Center the week of December 13. The December 14 show features Emily Elbert.

Emily Elbert

20-year-old Emily Elbert is a singer/songwriter with deep musical roots and a clear love for creative expression.Fresh off a northeast run with G Love and Special Sauce and a showcase spot at the Folk Alliance Festival in Memphis, Elbert is quickly growing in the national spotlight. Her lifelong passion for music from around the world and distinctive combination of jazz, folk, soul, blues, and pop creates a sound that engages the hearts, minds, and ears of listeners around the globe. Elbert blends a hip musical perspective with an in-depth knowledge of classic songs to create unique vocal and guitar arrangements. She is currently based in Boston, where she tours locally and is a recipient of a full-tuition scholarship to Berklee College of Music.

Admission: 
Free

Ivonne Hernandez / Liz Longley

Sunday / December 13, 2009 / 11:00 a.m.
Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215
Liz Longley

Looking for indoor entertainment for the family in December? Current Berklee students will perform holiday-inspired concerts at the Prudential Center the week of December 13. The inaugural show features fiddler Ivonne Hernandez and songwriter Liz Longley.

12:00 p.m. - Ivonne Hernandez

Ivonne Hernandez has mastered Canada's traditional fiddle music. She embodies the country's 21st-century multiculturalism, and her music reflects the new century's marriage of cultural influences. She is a current Berklee student and will be finishing her studies at Berklee this December.

2:00 p.m. - Liz Longley

Berklee awarded Liz Longley their highest honor for songwriting, the Scott Benson Scholarship, and "Rush" was chosen as the No. 1 song in Berklee's 2009 Songwriting Competition. The previous year, "Whatever Goes Up" was the No. 2 song in the contest. "Whatever Goes Up" also received high marks in Garageband.com's folk category, garnering the all-time No. 1 spot for best melody and best lyrics. Longley was recently selected by Berklee to represent the school at the annual Kennedy Center Conservatory Project in Washington, D.C. 

Admission: 
Free

Donna McElroy and Friends

Tuesday / April 6, 2010 / 8:00 p.m.
Scullers Jazz Club
400 Soldiers Field Road
Boston
MA
United States
02134
Donna McElroy

The Berklee Artists Series at Scullars continues with acclaimed vocalist and Berklee professor Donna McElroy.

Admission: 
$18, $10 with Student ID

The Jazz Urban

Tuesday / May 4, 2010 / 8:00 p.m.
Scullers Jazz Club
400 Soldiers Field Road
Boston
MA
United States
02134

The Berklee Artists Series at Scullers continues with The Jazz Urban with George Russell Jr., Lenny Stallworth, Kenwood Dennard, Stan Strickland, and Bill Banfield.

Admission: 
$18, $10 with Student ID

Ensemble Showcase: Jazz, Latin Jazz, Afro-Cuban

Thursday / December 10, 2009 / 12:45 p.m.
Berk Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215

Student ensembles perform a series of afternoon recitals, led by faculty members Bruce Nifong, Ricardo Monzon, Oscar Stagnaro, and Consuelo Candelaria. These end-of-semester performance finals will cover a range of styles, including jazz, Latin jazz, and Afro-Cuban. Follow the "details" link for set start times. 

1:45 p.m. Bruce Nifong: Small Band Ensemble 4

2:30 p.m. Ricardo Monzon: Small Band Ensemble 4

3:15 p.m. Oscar Stagnaro: Latin Jazz Ensemble

4:00 p.m. Oscar Stagnaro: Latin Jazz Ensemble

4:45 p.m. Consuelo Candelaria: Advanced Small Band Ensemble

Recitals will run about 45 minutes long. Performance times are subject to change without notice.

Admission: 
Free

Six Guitar Brothers

Tuesday / March 9, 2010 / 7:00 p.m.
Scullers Jazz Club
400 Soldiers Field Road
Boston
MA
United States
02134

This series continues with Berklee faculty members David Fiuczynski, David Gilmore, David Thomas, James Peterson, Thaddeus Hogarth, and Bill Banfield.

Admission: 
$18, $10 with Student ID

Julia Madeson and Aljashu

Thursday / December 10, 2009 / 3:00 p.m.
The Loft
939 Boylston St.
Boston
MA
United States

An acoustic concert of Sephardic music sung in Ladino (Judeo-Español), with beautiful modal-infused melodies in a music and language that have traveled throughout Spain and the Middle East since the Jewish and Muslim expulsion from Spain in 1492. The concert's theme is "a celebration of light," with songs of love, life, dreams, and faith. Featuring Julia Madeson, Tev Stevig, Brian O'Neill, Sabi Saltiel, and students Cagri Erdem, Jussi Reijonen, Sarah-Jane Pugh, and Jean-Pierre D'Alencon.

Admission: 
Free

Wakey!Wakey! / Sarah RabDAU and the Self-Employed Assassins

Friday / December 11, 2009 / 7:00 p.m.
Cafe 939
939 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02115
Courtesy of <a href="http:​/​/​www.​johnmazlish.​com">John Mazlish</a>.

Wakey!Wakey! is Michael Grubbs, an NYC songwriter who blends gorgeous songcraft with a potent sense of humor to create original, heartfelt songs that cause listeners to stop what they're doing and turn themselves over completely and totally to his storytelling. While W!W! may call Brooklyn home, the appeal reaches far beyond the borough.

Sarah RabDAU and the Self-Employed Assassins are a pitch-perfect team. Drummer Matt Graber backs up Rabdau's sometimes gorgeous, sometimes disturbing vocals and piano work with somehow-melodic rhythms. The duo has charmed audiences up and down the Northeast with charismatic, near-telepathic live shows. The duo recently released a video; has been featured on Skope.TV, Performing Songwriter, and the German magazine Beat; and made it to the 2009 WBCN Rumble semifinals.

Admission: 
$10 general admission; student discount available at the Berklee Performance Center box office

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