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.
Singer-songwriter Caroline Guske will perform original compositions that feature a unique mix of pop, R&B, blues, and soul. Accompanying herself on the piano, she will be joined by a band of talented musician friends.
Performance and songwriting major Sam Seibert presents an exciting afternoon of original hard rock, featuring new songs from his latest album Corruption, along with older favorites.
Pianist Stewart Mitchell and his friends present original songs. If you enjoy alternative rock, you will like this concert.
Maddy Kong debuts “sesamii,” an artist project mixing dreamscape, house, trance, and bass music, showcasing her eclectic electronic music journey.
Junshu Zheng, a singer-songwriter from Dalian, China, will perform original compositions and cover songs in a mixture of genres, including pop, R&B, and electronic dance music.
Drummer and percussionist William Candelario presents a collection of songs that highlight the fusion of folklore and jazz.
In his first leading recital at Berklee College of Music, Ellis Hamilton, a saxophonist, composer, and bandleader, presents original compositions and arrangements, featuring jazz, R&B, and blues.
Kamila Kay will perform original music with her band, along with her favorite pop, soul, and R&B songs.
Vlade Guigni and his band keep searching for new ideas to present in a contemporary jazz concept.
In his first recital, Aaron Hayashi joins friends to perform the music of the SFJAZZ Collective, a highly regarded eight-piece jazz group from San Francisco, California. The set will include sophisticated arrangements and compositions by Miguel Zenón, Sean Jones, Stefon Harris, and others.
Bass principal Noah Harrington presents his final recital at Berklee College of Music.
Pianist Hideaki Ura presents the Hide the Trio Project, featuring Kevin Barber and Takuto Yamachika.
For his senior recital, drummer Patrick Yifan Sui will perform music in the jazz and fusion genres that he learned while at Berklee College of Music.
For his jazz composition portfolio, percussionist Pedro Sanjur will present a combination of jazz and Panamanian folk.
Zachary Brody delivers a senior recital that celebrates his experience at Berklee College of Music—and the people who helped him. The concert will showcase performances from the Cotones.
Piano principal and composer Selena Jin and her band present original compositions and arrangements of covers inspired by classical, contemporary, and impressionism, combined with pop music styles.
Jon Sullivan and his band will perform a set of jazz fusion originals and covers.
Singer-songwriter and arranger Cindy Latin presents a night of her original works, which are a blend of a pop/R&B top line and feel, with jazz-inspired harmony.
Korean singer-songwriter Jeong A Kim presents her first recital with original songs, mostly in ballad and R&B styles.
For his senior recital, vocalist Xing Chen will perform about 10 songs in a variety of genres.