Students majoring in music therapy will perform original, improvised, and pre-composed material. Music therapy professor Kimberly Khare will emcee this event and will weave in theory and practice of music therapy between student performances.
Jim Gaffigan has proven himself to be a major talent, beloved by a wide range of audiences after achieving milestones in stand-up, acting, and writing. As a stand-up comedian, Gaffigan’s clever, quiet style has earned him an unprecedented number of appearances on both CBS’s Late Show with David Letterman and NBC’s Late Night with Conan O'Brien. His recent one hour Comedy Central special entitled “Beyond the Pale” has made Gaffigan one of the most popular touring and recorded comedians in the country today.
Come see some of Berklee's best pickers and singers in a night of classic country and hot new country music. The Berklee Country Music Ensemble under the direction of Mike Ihde will play songs from artists as diverse as Patsy Cline, the Dixie Chicks, Elvis, and Sarah Underwood. Four vocalists, two fiddles, pedal steel guitar, and a rhythm section make up this great band. A good time is guaranteed for all.
We Are Scientists will perform an intimate acoustic performance before their late-night set with Kings of Leon at the Orpheum Theatre. Admission to the acoustic performance is free and open to the public.
Experience the effortless flow between hard-hitting hip-hop, soulful melodies, and booty-shaking grooves. With songs that are a collision of sophisticated composition and raw energy, Re-Up will leave its mark on any audience.
New York based Super Volcano attracts a diverse range of fans of pop, metal, indie rock, and alternative music that will all find something desirable and attractive in their music.
White Shoe Brown Shoe is the collaboration of Patrik Gochez and Alex Britten, two young songwriters brought together by rock 'n' roll.
London-based Julian Velard is that rarest of artists: a pop songwriter and a storyteller. Think Elvis Costello, Joe Jackson, Elton John, combined with Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and Quentin Tarantino. A prolific songwriter and captivating live performer, Ari Hest is writing and recording new songs weekly and touring consistently in 2008 for her project 52.
$15 general admission, student discount available at the Berklee Performance Center box office