Berklee Performance Center
The High Kings are Finbarr Clancy, Darren Holden, and Brian Dunphy. In June 2007, they were invited to join a new Irish band, the High Kings, as three of the four founding members, along with Martin Furey.
A Pulitzer Prize–winning oratorio about coal miners at the turn of the 20th century, Julia Wolfe’s Anthracite Fields combines folk, rock, and classical genres in what the Los Angeles Times called “an unforgettably haunting, harrowing evocation of the plight of Pennsylvania’s coal miners, incorporating many musical styles and effectively shadowy visuals.”
Join Béla Fleck, the groundbreaking banjoist, composer, and bandleader, and the Flecktones, featuring pianist Howard Levy, bassist Victor Wooten, and percussionist Roy “Futureman” Wooten.
Berklee Career Jam culminates in a concert produced by Rob Lewis ’94 (Christina Aguilera, New Kids on the Block, Toni Braxton). The concert will feature Berklee students performing music they have arranged and studied under Lewis.
Joined by a superb lineup, acclaimed musical directors Rudresh Mahanthappa (alto saxophone) and Terri Lyne Carrington (drums) celebrate Charlie Parker, one of the most innovative and influential artists in modern music history.
While fans eagerly await the release of No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond movie, prepare to be shaken and stirred as Berklee’s most outstanding lead vocalists pay tribute to novelist Ian Fleming’s immortal and debonair Secret Intelligence Service agent, 007.
From Berlin, Germany, Max Raabe & Palast Orchester luxuriate in the high style and musical glory of the ’20s and ’30s—with a cool contemporary twist.
Seven actresses, who happen to be fantastic singers and multi-instrumentalists, come together to create a life-affirming performance about love, freedom, and beauty, which, at the end of the day, will save the world.
Join us for a special double bill with acclaimed vocalist, composer, and arranger Alicia Olatuja and rising star Matthew Whitaker.
The Berklee Middle Eastern Festival is a celebrated annual event that brings together guest artists from the region, as well as community musicians, students, visual artists, and dancers from all over the world to celebrate the music of the Middle East, the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Mediterranean.
This show will feature Emmanuel's singular style of solo guitar playing that encompasses the range of a whole band, simultaneously covering drums, bass, rhythm and lead guitar, and a vocal melody.
Cœur de pirate (French for pirate heart) is the stage name of Béatrice Martin, an award-winning French Canadian singer-songwriter and pianist. Her whimsical pop songs blend cabaret music, French lyrics, and playful indie sensibilities.