Concert

Directed Studies Ensemble

Wednesday / April 22, 2015 / 3:15 p.m.
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Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215

The Directed Studies Ensemble, directed by faculty member Lisa Guyer, presents its end-of-semester recital.

Admission: 
Free

Small Band Jazz Ensemble (Rating 6)

Wednesday / April 22, 2015 / 2:00 p.m.
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Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215

Small Band Jazz Ensemble (Rating 6), directed by faculty member Joanne Brackeen, presents its final recital of the semester.

Admission: 
Free

The Meters Ensemble

Tuesday / April 21, 2015 / 5:00 p.m.
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Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215

The Meters Ensemble, directed by faculty member Bob Tamagni, will present its end-of-semester recital.

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Free

Zerlina Devi

Tuesday / May 26, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi
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Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Zerlina Devi

Friday / May 29, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi
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Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Zerlina Devi

Thursday / May 28, 2015 / 5:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi
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Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Zerlina Devi

Thursday / May 28, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi
Image courtesy of the artist

Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Zerlina Devi

Wednesday / May 27, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi
Image courtesy of the artist

Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Zerlina Devi

Monday / May 25, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Zerlina Devi

Originally from Bali, Indonesia, pianist Zerlina Devi is also a vocalist, composer, and arranger. Born into a family with no musical background but a deep appreciation for music, she and her siblings tried to get their hands on instruments in their early childhood. At the age of four, she started learning piano and taking classical piano lessons. She also picked up the violin early on and loved to sing and accompany herself.

Eventually Devi started performing and discovered it is her true passion. Even though the jazz scene in her hometown was not thriving, she regularly found gigs in cafés and restaurants and capitalized on every chance she got to perform. Along with her band, Sailendra Sextet, Devi was the first place winner at Jazz Goes to Campus, the longest standing, most renowned jazz competition in Indonesia. She also received the award for best pianist there. Devi has had the pleasure of playing in the jam session held at the biggest Indonesian international jazz festival, Java Jazz Festival, and has collaborated with various remarkable musicians such as George Benson, Tony Monaco, Maurice Brown, Greg Fundis, and Michael Paulo, among others. 

Admission: 
Free

Etienne Monsaingeon

Monday / May 18, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Brewer Plaza
Boston Common
Boston
MA
United States
02108
Etienne Monsaingeon
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Originally from Paris, French pianist Etienne Monsaingeon has been living in Boston since 2012. Classically trained, he discovered rock, jazz, and modern music during his teenage years. After the experience of playing music with a band, he decided to become a professional musician. Since then, with the influences of music from classical to contemporary, Monsaingeon has developed his musical language through listening to artists such as Brad Mehldau, Keith Jarrett, Maurice Ravel, and Modest Mussorgsky, among others. Today he is developing his knowledge at Berklee College of Music, where he studies the art of performing and film scoring.

Admission: 
Free

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