Upcoming Events at the Red Room
Shortly is a solo musical project from Alexandria Maniak, a native of Detroit, Michigan. Small Talks is a pop band created to give a voice to the intangible experiences and emotions that come with being human. Mallcops is an emo band from Boston, Massachusetts.
At a time when the magnitude of cultural sickness is coming to light, Henry Jamison has had some time to reflect. Based in Nashville, Tennessee, singer-songwriter Charli Adams pairs her dreamy, haunting voice with raw and ruminative lyrics, creating a distinct sound.
Weathers is an indie rock band from Los Angeles, California. Before honing their songwriting skills, the Stolen began as a group of friends exploring their love of music by learning and performing AC/DC songs together. Teenender is a pop band from Boston, Massachusetts.
Rooney, a Los Angeles–based indie alternative group formed in 1999, is led by singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Robert Schwartzman.
Although Luluc’s music is at times masterful in its minimalism, it is anything but quiet in its impact.
Sinkane—a former skate punk turned Afro-funk whiz—refines his sound and message on his seventh studio album, Dépaysé. Bassel & the Supernaturals combines soul and funk with captivating lyrics.
After 15 years of writing and performing with projects such as Wolf Parade, Sunset Rubdown, Moonface, Swan Lake, and Frog Eyes, Spencer Krug has finally decided to release and tour the music that he makes under his own name.
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Singer-songwriter, indie folk, and acoustic pop are labels that could apply to Mark Wilkinson, but ultimately he lends his voice to the human condition.
Silver Sphere, a 19-year-old artist based in Chicago, Illinois, says she loves pop music and breaking her own heart.
Over the past few years, Sweet Crude has managed to take the music and language of Louisiana and produce a completely fresh sound that thrusts century-old traditions into the present. The six-piece band consistently delivers exciting shows, featuring enough drums for a small marching band, exuberantly bellowed harmonies, and lyrics that jump from English to Louisiana French in a single verse.
Enderness, A.A. Bondy’s first album in eight years, was finished the day before a wildfire burned down his house. He recorded and played everything himself.
Mitch Seidman, a professor in the Ear Training Department, will demonstrate practice techniques that will help instrumentalists and vocalists of various levels of ability enhance their musicality.
A virtuosic, award-winning guitarist with a gift for insightful songwriting, Molly Tuttle evolves her signature sound with boundary-breaking songs on her compelling debut album, When You’re Ready.
Fujiya & Miyagi, based in Brighton, England, have been making expansive, experimental, and multifaceted electronic-driven music for 20 years.
Internationally renowned guitar virtuoso, German Schauss, will present a clinic on modern rock guitar techniques and concepts.
Discover ways to make the college audition experience less stressful, more musical, and something that you are looking forward to.
An accomplished guitarist and burgeoning songwriter, Annabelle Lord-Patey blends 1960s folk sensibilities with an aching amount of Elliott Smith. Matt Minigell is a Boston–based songwriter, musician, and busker. Sakura is a teenage singer-songwriter from Japan.
Matthew and the Atlas, the project led by British songwriter Matt Hegarty, has traversed a range of musical territories from classic acoustic folk to dramatic, synth-laden electronica to urgent, guitar-led alt-rock.
Charlie Cunningham, an artist from London, England, is known for suggestive, sonically beautiful songwriting that packs an emotional punch.
Angelo Valori is an Italian composer, conductor, and producer. He graduated from the conservatories of Pescara and L’Aquila, with focuses on composition and orchestra conducting.