Concert

New Orleans Street Band

Friday / April 24, 2015 / 2:00 p.m.
Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
1140 Boylston Street
Boston
MA
United States
02215

The New Orleans Steet Band, directed by faculty member Charlie Lewis, presents its end-of-semester recital.

Admission: 
Free

Kayla Corrine

Thursday / August 20, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Kayla Corrine

Kayla Corrine has been in love with music since birth. A soulful singer-songwriter, she usually writes music in the styles of R&B, folk, soul, and pop and adores the raw, crystal-clear sound of acoustic guitar. Her lyrics are honest and vulnerable as she explores the idea of finding your truth. Corrine writes directly from her heart and soul in hopes of explaining herself and inspiring others through her art. 

Admission: 
Free

Kayla Corrine

Tuesday / August 18, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Kayla Corrine

Kayla Corrine has been in love with music since birth. A soulful singer-songwriter, she usually writes music in the styles of R&B, folk, soul, and pop and adores the raw, crystal-clear sound of acoustic guitar. Her lyrics are honest and vulnerable as she explores the idea of finding your truth. Corrine writes directly from her heart and soul in hopes of explaining herself and inspiring others through her art. 

 
Admission: 
Free

The Dingo Babies

Thursday / August 6, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
The Dingo Babies

The Dingo Babies' name, like their music, was unexpected but it stuck. Focused on tight harmonies harkening back to Dispatch and the new piano-rock sound of Crash Kings, their blended style falls somewhere along the lines of the Avett Brothers, Alt-J, and Ben Folds Five in a style they call folk/pop/piano rock. They began performing in small local venues and at homeless shelters and food kitchens through Berklee's student-run service program called The Movement. They have continued to stay active in service, raising over $1,000 with their music to benefit the human rights organization Calling All Crows by performing on the street. 

They have released one full-length album, Breakfast (called "eclectic, interesting, and accessible" by WMFO-FM), and they have opened for acts such as Chadwick Stokes (Dispatch, State Radio). They are currently working on an EP.

Admission: 
Free

The Dingo Babies

Tuesday / August 4, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
The Dingo Babies

The Dingo Babies' name, like their music, was unexpected but it stuck. Focused on tight harmonies harkening back to Dispatch and the new piano-rock sound of Crash Kings, their blended style falls somewhere along the lines of the Avett Brothers, Alt-J, and Ben Folds Five in a style they call folk/pop/piano rock. They began performing in small local venues and at homeless shelters and food kitchens through Berklee's student-run service program called The Movement. They have continued to stay active in service, raising over $1,000 with their music to benefit the human rights organization Calling All Crows by performing on the street. 

They have released one full-length album, Breakfast (called "eclectic, interesting, and accessible" by WMFO-FM), and they have opened for acts such as Chadwick Stokes (Dispatch, State Radio). They are currently working on an EP.

Admission: 
Free

Oh, Malô

Thursday / July 16, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Oh, Malô

Oh, Malô (oh-muh-low) presents colorful soundscapes through their eclecticism, inspired by a series of emotions and experiences. Founded in 2014, the band had immediate chemistry and completed the writing of their debut album in a mere three months. Oh, Malô pulls influence from such bands as Bombay Bicycle Club, Radiohead, Local Natives, Daughter, and Jeff Buckley to create a consistently unpredictable blend of timbres and arrangements. The summer of last year was spent recording and refining their songs in anticipation of exciting new releases in 2015.

Admission: 
Free

Oh, Malô

Tuesday / July 14, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Oh, Malô

Oh, Malô (oh-muh-low) presents colorful soundscapes through their eclecticism, inspired by a series of emotions and experiences. Founded in 2014, the band had immediate chemistry and completed the writing of their debut album in a mere three months. Oh, Malô pulls influence from such bands as Bombay Bicycle Club, Radiohead, Local Natives, Daughter, and Jeff Buckley to create a consistently unpredictable blend of timbres and arrangements. The summer of last year was spent recording and refining their songs in anticipation of exciting new releases in 2015.

Admission: 
Free

V Blackburn

Thursday / July 9, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
V Blackburn

V Blackburn is a singer-songwriter and current Berklee student from the old Southern city of Miami, Florida. Raised on Southern rock, jazz, and '90s pop, Blackburn has felt the influence of many genres in shaping her blues/pop sound. Her smoky voice and quirky, provocative lyrics easily find their way around catchy melodies that will entice you to sing along. She has shared a stage with artists such as Hozier and Ages and Ages as well as performed on the main stage of the Newport Folk Festival with the Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir. This year promises a lot of studio time in preparation for the release of her first EP, Fifty Shades of Crazy.

Admission: 
Free

V Blackburn

Tuesday / July 7, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
V Blackburn

V Blackburn is a singer-songwriter and current Berklee student from the old Southern city of Miami, Florida. Raised on Southern rock, jazz, and '90s pop, Blackburn has felt the influence of many genres in shaping her blues/pop sound. Her smoky voice and quirky, provocative lyrics easily find their way around catchy melodies that will entice you to sing along. She has shared a stage with artists such as Hozier and Ages and Ages as well as performed on the main stage of the Newport Folk Festival with the Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir. This year promises a lot of studio time in preparation for the release of her first EP, Fifty Shades of Crazy.

Admission: 
Free

Luke Niccoli

Thursday / June 18, 2015 / 12:00 p.m.
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Summer Street
100 Summer Street
Boston
MA
United States
02110
Luke Niccoli

Alternative singer-songwriter Luke Niccoli combines the acoustic and pop sensibilities of John Mayer with the edge and arena-rock energy of Kings of Leon and U2. He recently released his debut EP, Love Hate Fate.

Niccoli started his musical career by picking up a guitar at age 10. By age 12 he was recording original material and playing all of the instruments for each song. He began performing in the Phoenix, Arizona metro area and established himself as an accomplished performer. In the summer of 2013, he opened for Martina McBride in front of a sold-out crowd at Phoenix's legendary Celebrity Theater. He later opened for Chris Isaak at the same venue. During Niccoli's senior year of high school, he recorded his debut LP, Empires in the Sky. The title song from the album won first place in BMI’s 2013 John Lennon scholarship contest and made Dale Kawashima’s SongwriterUniverse.com top five songs for the month of April 2012. Now a student at Berklee College of Music studying professional music, he has been featured on several recording projects and has been invited to perform in songwriting and A&R showcases in Boston. He also recently performed at the 2015 Phoenix PGA Open.

Watch Niccoli's video for "Love Hate Fate" here:

Admission: 
Free

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