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.
The Planet MicroJam Institute, under the direction of David Fiuczynski, presents Chinese MicroJam, featuring suona virtuoso Yazhi Guo on Chinese oboe, dizi (flute), xiao, sheng (reed mouth organ), hulusi (triple pipe free reed), and more.
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Marcus Prince presents Hearts on Fire—I Won’t Be Silent, a show featuring musicians who will boldly proclaim their faith through their musical gifts.
Mivos Quartet performs a concert of new music.
The Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra, a local big band led by Berklee College of Music faculty member Ayn Inserto, will perform compositions by the bandleader and new arrangements of other compositions by women in jazz.
Renowned flamenco artists Sonia Olla and Ismael Fernández (Madonna, Ricky Martin) join pianist and Berklee faculty member Olivia Pérez Collellmir and her acclaimed musicians to present an impassioned evening of music and dance from Spain.
Together for 20 years, John Funkhouser’s Brothers Sextet brings unbridled joy and spontaneity to each concert, along with empathy, fire, virtuosity, and profound intimacy.
The DARQ Ensemble is a chamber music collaboration composed of five Boston Conservatory at Berklee students who are united by a shared mission: a commitment to new music, a new ensemble, and an aim to redefine the traditional concert experience.
With virtuosity, strength, spirit, and sheer endurance, Yamato displays its breathtaking performance on more than 20 drums, as well as bronze cymbals, vocals, and bamboo flutes.
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After a growing obsession with the freedom and do-it-yourself ethic of homegrown music, Dijon began producing and experimenting with collages of R&B, folk, and dance music.
Woodwind multi-instrumentalist Jeri Sykes and pianist David McGrory bring the tradition of doubling, common in jazz and theater, to the world of classical music, presenting an evening of chamber music performed on a variety of instruments.
The Composition Department presents an evening of original works by faculty composers from Berklee College of Music.
Directed by Beth Bahia Cohen, the Global Strings Ensemble presents a performance of traditional string music from various countries.
Berklee College of Music piano professor Tim Ray joins John Patitucci on bass and Mark Walker on drums to perform music from his latest CD release, Excursions & Adventures. The trio will play original music by Ray and Patitucci, as well as songs from the pop and jazz canon.
The Roots Roadshow series, presented by the American Roots Music Program, is a showcase that explores and celebrates America’s rich musical heritage.
Ídolos Latinos is a musical tribute to the most important Latin American and Spanish artists who have inspired and moved the world.
Pianist and composer Vladan Milenkovic presents a set of original compositions in a jazz trio format.
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Vox One is an a cappella quintet that writes and performs arrangements from folk to funk—and everything in between. The members met at Berklee College of Music as students, and now are all faculty.
Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice, Featuring Terri Lyne Carrington, Linda May Han Oh, and Kris Davis
Students from the Berklee Institute of Jazz and Gender Justice perform with Terri Lyne Carrington, Linda May Han Oh, Kris Davis, Tia Fuller, Elena Pinderhughes, and Milena Fauquet.
The Chinese New Year Concert is an annual celebration among Chinese and other Asian populations at Berklee. Its main purpose is to celebrate the Spring Festival for Chinese students, as well as other students who celebrate this festival.
Saxophonist Jonathan Reisin presents original music and arrangements influenced by jazz and Israeli music.