Winterlights FestivalIvonne Hernandez / Liz Longley

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Sunday / December 13, 2009 / 11:00 a.m.
Prudential Center
800 Boylston Street
United States
Liz Longley

Looking for indoor entertainment for the family in December? Current Berklee students will perform holiday-inspired concerts at the Prudential Center the week of December 13. The inaugural show features fiddler Ivonne Hernandez and songwriter Liz Longley.

12:00 p.m. - Ivonne Hernandez

Ivonne Hernandez has mastered Canada's traditional fiddle music. She embodies the country's 21st-century multiculturalism, and her music reflects the new century's marriage of cultural influences. She is a current Berklee student and will be finishing her studies at Berklee this December.

2:00 p.m. - Liz Longley

Berklee awarded Liz Longley their highest honor for songwriting, the Scott Benson Scholarship, and "Rush" was chosen as the No. 1 song in Berklee's 2009 Songwriting Competition. The previous year, "Whatever Goes Up" was the No. 2 song in the contest. "Whatever Goes Up" also received high marks in's folk category, garnering the all-time No. 1 spot for best melody and best lyrics. Longley was recently selected by Berklee to represent the school at the annual Kennedy Center Conservatory Project in Washington, D.C.