Red Room at Cafe 939
Red Room at Cafe 939 is a state-of-the-art, all-ages, student-run music venue and coffee house. Located at 939 Boylston Street, the 200-person capacity concert venue showcases Berklee's emerging student talent, local artists, as well as national acts seeking a more intimate, personal space in which to perform and connect with their fans.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled. Refunds are available at the point-of-purchase site during business hours.
On his debut LP, Jardín, Gabriel Garzón-Montano sings of the struggles and uncertainties of the multilayered game that is America today, from the specific doubt and double consciousness of the first-generation hustle, to the universal challenges of love, legacy, and exploring the maze of one’s mind.
Mark de Clive-Lowe will talk about his career as an artist, as well as how he blends and remixes musical genres by using technology within an intricate and refined performance setup.
Famed New York–area radio station WBGO-FM, WBGO.org, and Berklee present the eighth year of the Checkout—Live at Berklee. Mark de Clive-Lowe is a half Japanese, half New Zealander pianist, composer, live remixer, and producer who has been based in Los Angeles since 2008.
Women in Jazz Collective is thrilled to present its second Tribute to Women in Jazz concert. The performance will showcase the works of Berklee's female performers and composers in the jazz idiom.
The Berklee Original Bands Showcase features five Berklee College of Music bands playing 30-minute sets of original music of any genre.
Gina Chavez is a multi-ethnic Latin pop songstress who blends the sounds of the Americas with tension and grace.
Born Yesterday, New York singer-songwriter Margaret Glaspy’s new EP, is a bookend to her lauded 2016 debut LP, Emotions and Math (ATO Records).
This master class/clinic on Hindustani (North Indian classical music) and Carnatic (South Indian classical music) will be presented by renowned artists from India.
This master class/clinic on Indian classical dance will be presented by renowned artists from India.
The Roots Roadshow series, presented by the American Roots Music Program, is a showcase that explores and celebrates America’s rich musical heritage.
Based in Nashville, Tennessee, Missy Raines is considered one of the most respected, popular, and trailblazing figures in bluegrass today. Very few musicians of any stripe personify a musical genre as completely as Tony Furtado embodies Americana roots music.
The Wind and the Wave is a duo from Austin, Texas, composed of Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker.
Blanco White started as the solo project of London native Josh Edwards in 2014.
Clark Beckham’s killer vocals and profound musical abilities as a multi-instrumentalist have led him on a journey from busking on the streets to performing on national television in front of millions of viewers. Alex2e (Alex Tuohey) is a self-taught singer-songwriter from Western Massachusetts.
The Songwriting Department, in conjunction with the Red Room at Cafe 939, is proud to present its open-mic event for Berklee songwriters, held on the last Monday of each month.
Guitarist and composer Jordan Kerr leads an eclectic six-piece ensemble in performances of his colorful compositions, inspired by styles as disparate as funk, rock, jazz, contemporary classical, and Indian classical.
Drummer Ethan Leff performs a set of tunes spanning multiple genres, featuring the music of Steely Dan and other great artists.
Join us two days before the election as we discuss intersectional feminism and how to make ourselves heard—exercising our civic duties and voting.
When they aren’t touring with jazz virtuoso Raul Midón, 25-year-old twins Daniel (bass) and David Bailen (drums) are playing and singing in three-part harmony with their 19-year-old sister Julia (guitar) in their band Bailen. Cypress is the project of singer-songwriter Ben Higginbotham.
In 2018, Cub Sport has undergone a transformation from local indie band to global pop powerhouse.