Berklee's Winter at the ICA

By 
Joyce Linehan
January 12, 2009
Amy Crawford leads the roster of talent on January 9.
Manami Morita performs with Randy Runyon on March 6.
Photo provided by the artist.
Photo provided by the artist.

Berklee College of Music expands its partnership with the Institute of Contemporary Art to bring exceptional student talent to HarborWalk Sounds, a hugely popular summer concert series that moves indoors for the winter and spring. Once a month, Berklee student performers with innovative original music representing a wide range of styles perform in the State Street Corporation Lobby at the ICA. The Water Café by Wolfgang Puck serves refreshments. The concerts take place from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., and are free with museum admission. For more information, call 617 478-3103.

HarborWalk Sounds, Inside

Berklee College of Music at the ICA


January 9: Amy & the Electric

Amy Crawford and her band bring their melodic piano and cool vocals that evoke Peggy Lee, Sheryl Crow, and Norah Jones.

February 13: The Polaroid Truth

Jeni Magana and Jeff Fettig's acoustic folk-rock duo the Polaroid Truth has been compared to Damien Rice and Brett Dennen.

March 6: Manami Morita and Randy Runyon

Dynamic piano and guitar duo full of personality and style.

April 10: Katie Thiroux

Jazz bassist/vocalist Katie Thiroux performs with a trio.

May 22: Neara Russell

Pianist Neara Russell composes classical and rock music, creating a far-reaching program for her band.