LA Women in Music and Berklee’s Los Angeles women’s group, Women In Tune, are coming together to go hiking!
Meet at Wilacre Park for a beautiful three-mile hike and get your networking and exercise done in the same morning. While the path is steep in some places, this packed-dirt hike is easy to navigate and includes a water fountain at the top-most point. Sneakers and athletic wear are recommended. Children and dogs on leashes are welcomed.
The hike will depart the parking lot at Fryman and Laurel Canyon at 10:15 a.m.
Lot parking is available for $3 (cash only) and street parking is also available. Remember to check parking signs and do not leave valuables in your car.
Learn about a trail-blazing and inspiring group of female roots musicians embracing styles from A (Appalachian) to Z (Zydeco), including blues, old-time, and Cajun music. This film traces a straight line from 93-year-old Ozark mountain fiddler Violet Hensley to up-and-coming 18-year-old Jacqueline Nassar and features heavy hitters like Ruthie Foster, Eden Brent and Deanna Bogart, Alice Gerrard, Ann Savoy, Rhiannon Giddens of the Carolina Chocolate Drops, and Anna Roberts-Gevalt—not to mention some amazing women who’d likely slip into oblivion if not for the important work of the MusicBox Project.
Join us for this screening in honor of Women’s History Month with special guest, filmmaker, and president of the MusicBox Project Dyann Arthur.
Female composers have made an indelible mark on the Great American Songbook. Berklee students and faculty will showcase great songs from the pen of Aretha Franklin, Dorothy Fields, Bessie Smith, Carole King, and Billie Holiday, just to name a few. Vocalists Donna McElroy, Natalia Sulca, Jennifer Hoyt, Nigel Tay, Gabriela Carrillo, Lisa Thorson, and Tickwanya Jones will present memorable performances of some of the best songs ever written.
$8 in advance (discount applied at checkout), $12 day of show, reserved seating
On a mission to "end rocklessness in Boston's girls forever," Girls Rock Campaign Boston empowers girls to believe in themselves by providing a supportive community that fosters self-expression, confidence, and collaboration through music education and performance.
The Women Musicians Network's (WMN) 17th annual concert features more than 10 original acts, highlighting compositions and performances by Berklee women students and their bands from around the world—plus special faculty guests.
This eclectic program of styles and cultures is always an exciting and popular event. Genres include jazz, rock, third stream, choral, pop/R&B, and more.
Linda Chase, with her multimedia composition Grand CanyonSketches, and Christiane Karam, with her Pletenitsa Balkan Choir, will be presenting this year's faculty artists. The concert is produced with the WMN student club and directed by Berklee professors Karam and Lucy Holstedt.
$8 in advance (discount applied at checkout), $12 day of show, general admission