Michael Jiang is a singer-songwriting and a pop/R&B/hip-hop music producer, singer, and pianist. This is a show featuring original compositions, R&B, hip-hop, funk, and some guitar and piano performances.
Andy and Friends: Riding On Time is a showcase of the group's favorite city pop songs—a style of music from Japan in the 80s. They will play old favorites and arrangements of songs into the style, with seamless transitions between songs. Come along for the ride!
Vocalist Betty Hwang presents an exploration of the conversation between instrumentalists and vocalists without spoken languages. Even without any context of the message or proper lyrics, the musical chemistry between the instrumentalists and vocalists can also give a clear story of each tune.
Priscilla Ariana's band will put on a cosmic show featuring blazing soul/pop, rock, Brazilian, and electronic elements weaved together intricately to navigate through the journey of Ariana’s album, Door to the Cosmos.
Drumset principal Ari Pent presents an exploration of jazz and jazz fusion's role in the contemporary landscape of culture—seeking to make high energy, accessible music that still stays true to the emotional center of the art form.
Mari Aoki, Japanese-American alternative pop singer-songwriter, presents to you her mind, along with the things that both pollute and feed it—the oppression of capitalism, the searching for identity, the lessons of love, and more will all be shared in the shape of music.
Composer and pianist Jeewon Kim invites you to a special journey filled with her colorful original compositions in her own unique style— a combination of new-age, contemporary classical, and jazz—along with poems inspired by her life lessons and epiphanies. Facing yet another challenge, how is she choosing to open her heart again and trust the universe?
Professor of Violin Sharan Leventhal is joined by her students to present her seventh annual studio recital. This year's concert features two world premieres by Ryan Suleiman and others, as well as guest artists Lila Brown (viola) and Boston Conservatory dancers.