Pavlo (Pavlo Simtikidis) has made a name for himself through his brand of Mediterranean music—a blend of Greek, flamenco, Latin, and Balkan styles, wrapped in contemporary pop. Over the span of his 20-year career, Pavlo has shared stages with José Feliciano, Jon Secada, Olivia Newton-John, and the Tenors, and has performed for Prince Charles.
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Daniel Habif is considered one of the best and most important Spanish-speaking motivational speakers in the world. His conferences, videos, poetry, and his movement #inquebrantables have attracted millions of people in more than 120 cities and 20 countries.
Each semester, 120–180 voice students audition for the opportunity to be cast in Singers Night, one of the Voice Department's premier shows.
Kick off ski season with Warren Miller’s latest film, Timeless, presented by Volkswagen, and travel with new and veteran athletes as they explore renowned mountain locations across the globe. It’s more than a ski and snowboard film; it’s an experience.
Dreion, an inspirational R&B, soul, and gospel performing artist, presents an explosive celebration of black music, art, and culture.
In celebration of the enduring appeal of Queen, one of rock’s most influential bands, prepare for a glittering night of stomping, fearlessly eclectic rock anthems and harmony-steeped, melodramatic piano ballads.
Jazz Batá, a new project of pianist, composer, and arranger Chucho Valdés, features Yelsy Heredia on acoustic bass and Dreiser Durruthy Bombalé on percussion and voice.
Keb’ Mo’ embarks on Jingle Bell Jamboree, a holiday tour that features the four-time Grammy Award–winning contemporary blues and Americana artist performing songs from the album Moonlight, Mistletoe, and You.
Founded in 2013, the Latin America Vive Music Festival features a Berklee College of Music student band, under the direction of associate piano professor Nando Michelin, performing a repertoire of works that represent a variety of Latin American styles and countries.
The Musical Theater Orchestra, featuring four conductors and a 25-piece orchestra, performs excerpts from Evita, Miss Saigon, An American in Paris, and Man of La Mancha.
For one night only, the Berklee Global Jazz Institute celebrates Charlie Parker's centennial, presenting new arrangements and music from Bird's repertoire.
Berklee World Strings presents jazz violinist and mandolinist Jason Anick in an original program of swinging music from Europe and Brazil.
The Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra presents World Premiere of Original Jazz Music for the Large Ensemble.
The Berklee Symphonic Winds present a program of Yiddish and Hebrew music, set for wind ensemble.
After gaining international fame for reviving classic Cuban music, tres master Juan de Marcos has turned the Afro-Cuban All Stars into a sensational showcase for Cuba’s most prodigious young musicians.
Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective thrive off the mixture of Blanchard’s acumen and the innovations of four young musical pioneers: guitarist Charles Altura, pianist Fabian Almazan, bassist David “DJ” Ginyard Jr., and drummer Oscar Seaton Jr.
With virtuosity, strength, spirit, and sheer endurance, Yamato displays its breathtaking performance on more than 20 drums, as well as bronze cymbals, vocals, and bamboo flutes.
With a timeless voice and improvisational soul/jazz prowess, Dianne Reeves is one of the world’s preeminent vocalists.
Inspired by the retro-hip joie de vivre of Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox and its “gramophone music in a smartphone world” philosophy, join an eclectic and global cast of Berklee’s finest vocalists, instrumentalists, arrangers, and dancers as they reimagine modern-day pop songs in jazz and retro styles from a bygone era.
This musical narrative features excerpts with Daniel Black from his book The Coming, along with compositions from Tia Fuller’s Grammy-nominated album, Diamond Cut, and performances by the Rainbow All-Stars Ensemble on the rich traditions and more contemporary portrayals of the African diaspora, firmly depicting the unrighteous capture and journey of the transatlantic slave trade.