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.
Hey Rim Jeon, associate professor in the Piano Department, leads a solo piano concert featuring students from her course, Solo Piano Improvisations of Keith Jarrett, as well as from her private studio.
Students enrolled in Berklee Marimba Ensembles I, II, and III; Marimba in Mixed Chamber Ensembles; and Marimba Transcriptions & Repertoire Lab will perform a wide variety of music, featuring marimba, vibraphone, other percussion, and other instruments.
Lucas Amorim will present a series of improvised jazz, Latin, and bossa nova standards with his group.
Nine of Berklee's best vocalists present a lively pre-holiday concert of ballads, chanteys, and jigs from the British Isles, accompanied by an eight-piece Celtic band.
The Berklee Symphonic Winds present a performance of contemporary American music for wind ensemble, featuring the music of Leonard Bernstein and a commemorative tribute to the life of John F. Kennedy.
Performed by students and faculty of the String Department at Berklee College of Music, this concert features music influenced by bluegrass and acoustic innovators such as Béla Fleck, David Grisman, Sierra Hull, and Edgar Meyer.
Groovalicious, directed by Gwen Leathers, showcases the talent and musicianship of students from the Voice Department.
The Berklee String Department is excited to present String Fling, a biannual student showcase series that highlights student groups featuring string players.
The Oh Hellos stage Christmas Extravaganza, a unique holiday event that mixes the band’s critically acclaimed live show with music from The Oh Hellos Family Christmas Album, as well as additional carols, bad jokes, singalongs, dancing, revelry, and all the holiday cheer you can squeeze onto one stage.
Piano faculty Tim Ray leads a concert of jazz selections made famous by the legendary jazz pianists and composers Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Keith Jarrett.
Jeannie Gagné's Pop/Rock/Country Vocal Ensemble performs original and classic tunes with an all-star rhythm section.
In its 11th season, Jazz at the Mosesian presents A Jazzy Christmas, featuring the Danny Harrington/John Baboian Quartet.
This performance features classical music involving piano and other instruments, as well as piano duet.
Students of Neil Olmstead will perform in a solo piano recital of classical and jazz pieces. Works of Scriabin, Chopin, and Debussy will be presented, along with various jazz pieces by Bill Evans, Kenny Wheeler, and Miles Davis.
Students of Daniela Schächter will perform, playing and singing covers and originals.
Students in Peter Eldridge’s Before and After class present a showcase of arrangements developed over the semester with a full rhythm section, including Eldridge on piano.
The fall concert of the Eclectic Electrics features contemporary jazz for five guitars and a rhythm section.
Voice faculty member Jamie Lynn Hart directs the Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble in a concert featuring solo and group performances from students with a staff rhythm section.
The Berklee Jerry Reed/Chet Atkins Guitar Ensemble is dedicated to the instrumental compositions of Reed, as recorded alone and in collaboration with his mentor, Atkins.
Singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Caroline Jones coproduced her album Bare Feet with Grammy-winning and Academy Award–winning producer Ric Wake (Mariah Carey, Celine Dion, Whitney Houston, and Trisha Yearwood).