|July 2006 News@Berklee.edu
Berklee musicians have a treat for Bostonians this month, as students, faculty, and alumni hit nearly every corner of the city for a long list of free outdoor shows. For those of you who are away from Boston, you can catch Berklee groups around New England and as far away as Italy and Russia.
Here's a quick list:
Vineyard Vibes, July 2830
With Bobby Sanabria, Jennifer Holliday, Motown, and gospel, this year's festival on Martha's Vineyard has it all. Read more...
Bob Marley Ensemble, July 15
Berklee students give their take on the reggae great at the Montreal International Reggae Festival. Read more...
Swingin' in Mothers Rest, Wednesday evenings
Jazz performances featuring alumni, students, and faculty members, including Terri Lyne Carrington and Robin McKelle. Read more...
Tito Puente Latin Music Series, July 13, 27
At Boston's O'Day Park, featuring faculty bands at 7:00 p.m.
||Robin McKelle performs on July 12.
Kendall Square Concert Series, Thursday afternoons
An eclectic lunchtime series across the river in Cambridge, from noon to 2 p.m. Read more...
Electric Purgatory Film Discussion, July 29
Faculty vocalist Larry Watson will moderate a public conversation about Electric Purgatory, a documentary about African American rock musicians. Read more...
Playhouse in the Park, July 25
Fikira performs Afro-jazz in Boston's Franklin Park, at 6:30 p.m.
Learn more on the Events section of our web site.