Each year, Berklee presents more than 1,500 concerts and events at venues on campus and in the Boston area, showcasing student, faculty, alumni and outside professional acts.
Boston Public Market
Texan vocalist Danny Garza performs.
Liz Wyatt and Justin Kelley are Dear June, a country folk duo from Boston.
Charlestown Navy Yard
Honeysuckle is a progressive folk trio that blends older influences and traditional instrumentation with modern effects and inspiration.
Daniel Patiño, a singer-songwriter from San José, Costa Rica, performs.
The first musician in his family, Samuel Batista, an alto saxophone player born in Panama City, Panama, currently works as a bandleader of the Third Land Quintet.
Institute of Contemporary Art
Lula Wiles, an acoustic trio of songwriters and multi-instrumentalists who combine folk traditions with a distinctly modern sensibility, performs.
Combining the sounds of their Costa Rican and Venezuelan origins, the Latin Logic Band plays a special brand of Latin, jazz, and Afro-Caribbean rhythms.
Berklee Performance Center
Former Berklee professor Marlon Saunders '87 and singer-songwriter, performer, and activist Shea Rose '11 will each perform a 45-minute set.
David Friend Recital Hall
The Dustbowl Revival is a Venice, California–based collective that merges old-school bluegrass, gospel, prewar blues, and the hot swing of New Orleans, Louisiana.
Sam Adams Park
The Dingo Babies, whose sound is focused on tight harmonies and catchy power-pop tunes about inner and outer space, perform.
The Lawn on D
Anonymous synth/soul group luhx. performs as part of the Berklee Summer in the City series.
Venezuelan pianist Santiago Bosch '15 performs.
Nicolas Emden, a Chilean singer-songwriter who lives in Boston, performs the music from his new album.
Trumpet player Paul Sanchez performs.
Costa Rican musician Daniel Patiño and Puerto Rican singer Idelle perform.
Club Jazz Casino de Montréal à la place SNC-Lavalin
The Layth Sidiq Sextet unites musicians from around the globe with the message that music is one language, despite the different musical dialects we all speak.
Multitalented Bahamian bassist and singer Selah Poitier '15 performs.
Singer-songwriter Idelle from San Juan, Puerto Rico, performs.
Seattle, Washington, native and pianist Danae Greenfield performs.
The Maximalist Quartet performs.