The 9th season of Jazz at the Arsenal, featuring Berklee faculty artists, continues with the Stan Strickland Quartet.
Multitalented saxophonist Stan Strickland brings his quartet into the Mosesian Center for the Arts (formerly known as the Arsenal Center for the Arts), for a concert celebrating the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Strickland brings with him Steve Hunt on keyboards, Bruce Gertz on bass, and Dave Fox on drums.
An uncommon duo with extraordinary sonic reach, Promenade Sauvage carries the creative energy of a fresh generation to any and all with a healthy curiosity. At the wheel of this international project, Luca Piovesan (accordion) and Maarten Stragier (classical and electric guitar) have combined their home bases of Venice and Brussels and struck up intense collaborations with talented young composers on four continents. They bring all-new, high- grade repertoire, with the contagious enthusiasm of recent discovery. Promenade Sauvage will perform works by Berklee faculty members.
Join us for a lively and varied program of music from around the world featuring the Berklee Flute Choir, and the Spring Winds and Piano Ensemble. Led by faculty member Wendy Rolfe, this concert will include baroque, Latin, romantic music, and more, highlighting varied woodwinds and the flute family, from bass to piccolo.
Jackson Schultz, professor in the Jazz Composition Department at Berklee, leads this jazz band with music chosen from a competition of student composers and arrangers. The young student writers, having passed a screening process, are offered the opportunity to work with Schultz to edit and to fine tune their music for performance. From that group of writers, Schultz selects certain pieces to be performed by this band in their spring concert.
TFDI is a three-man acoustic band, featuring Tony Lucca, Jay Nash, and Matt Duke. The three songwriters joined forces in 2009 for a coheadlining tour of the United States. Early on in the tour, it became evident to the three that, together, they possessed a powerful musical chemistry as their three individual sets began to blur into one cohesive concert. On a day off in Chicago, Jake Samuels, the talent buyer at SPACE in Evanston, invited the three to their backstage studios to record a few live performances. It didn’t take long to put down takes of the four songs that would become the TFDI EP. On November 24, 2009, just a few days after its release, the TFDI EP reached no. 1 on the iTunes Singer-Songwriter Top Albums chart and remained there for weeks.
$17 Advance / $20 Day of Show / Standing Room Only
This recital features Phoebe Chou on total percussion, performing music by Avner Dorman, John Psathas, Ben Wahlund, Rihanna, and many more. Instrumentation includes marimba, vibraphone, electronic audio, stones, timpani, and more. The performance will include a guest performer, Daniel Hallett, featured on the marimba in a duet with Chou.
Join us for a celebration of the music and poetry of Berklee's diverse community. From Latin jazz to ancient Chinese poetry, you will get a taste of the musical and literary stylings of Berklee’s vibrant international community.
Eduardo Kirschbaum's band has elements of electric guitar, acoustic guitar, bass, drum set, and vocals, showcasing its passion for expressing themselves, and sharing their souls with the audience. The music that they write varies between indie, folk, and alternative, managing to add a little bit of blues and jazz to the mix.