Guitar principal Tyler Jones and his band return you to the '90s for a night with the sounds of Pearl Jam, Stone Temple Pilots, Alice in Chains, Mad Season, and the influential bands from the '70s that inspired these innovative groups. Take a step back in time and enjoy the Seattle sound that took rock 'n' roll back to its roots, helping many kids find themselves artistically and musically. This period spoke to those who didn't have a voice and answered their prayers. So bring your Doc Martins and flannel: it might get loud.
Cello principal George Crotty presents his discoveries at Berklee, including his classical, Arabic, jazz, and Latin repertoire in addition to his own compositions and arrangements. This would not be possible without the support of many friends in the Berklee community.
Electric bassist David Katilius will lead his band in performing selections in various styles including R&B, fusion, and neo-soul, featuring original works and selections by Herbie Hancock, Oz Noy, and Hiatus Kaiyote, among others.
The Planet MicroJam Institute presents Vasileios Kostas on Greek lauta (lute) and vocals with David Fiuczynski on fretted and fretless guitars. Kostas is from Ioannina, Greece. The concert combines traditional music from a part of Greece called Epirous with Middle Eastern and microtonal improvisation.