The Janet Jackson Experience is curated by Jackson's drummer of 25 years, John "Lil' John" Roberts—now a Berklee professor. Berklee students will perform the hit music of Janet Jackson, along with a stellar six-piece band and dancers.
Chamber Series kicks off its spring season with works by Johannes Brahms, Ulysses Kay, Gernot Wolfgang, and Igor Stravinsky performed by renowned Boston Conservatory faculty members Joy Arcolano (narrator), Jonathan Bass (piano), Jan Halloran (clarinet), Katie Lansdale (violin), Matthew Marsit (clarinet), Robert Sheena (english horn), Margaret Phillips (bassoon), Roberto Poli (piano), and Owen Young (cello).
Jazz supergroup Artemis makes its Celebrity Series debut with an unforgettable, unique performance. Hailing from the U.S., Canada, and Japan, six of the top-charting female jazz musicians come together as one, giving audiences high-wire interplay infused with pure joy.
This interdisciplinary performance series illuminates the art of improvisation and live time creation. The works presented celebrate experimental territories, ephemeral natures, and margins taking center, through dance, song, theater, music, poetry, and visual art.
This free workshop led by Jamee Culbertson, a Boston Conservatory at Berklee teacher-trainer and certified Alexander Technique instructor, focuses on how Alexander Technique can help us navigate the world of our emotions. Any donations made will support Boston Conservatory’s Scholarship Fund and students in the Conservatory’s Alexander Technique Teacher Training Course.