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.
Lauren Passarelli, a professor in the Ensemble Department at Berklee College of Music, presents the Music of the Beatles Ensemble.
Anastassiya Petrova is a jazz pianist/organist from Kazakhstan and a participant in many international festivals (Italy, Bulgaria, Russia, and United States). Her influences include contemporary jazz pianists Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Brad Mehldau.
In his senior recital, guitarist Jaeyoung Kim presents a set in the jazz genre.
In an epilogue to his studies at Berklee College of Music, Yonatan Guedj, a saxophonist and composer from Tel-Aviv, Israel, will showcase original compositions and arrangements of songs from the Great American Songbook.
Ralph Peterson, a professor in the Ensemble Department at Berklee College of Music, presents the Directed Study Ensemble.
For his senior recital, Jakub Tomasz Byzia shares his passion for a guitar-fueled fusion of Mark Lettieri and the progressive rock madness of Muse and Pink Floyd, among others.
In his senior recital, guitarist Emiliano Santoro will present original music in a combination of rock, fusion, and pop styles.
Israeli drummer and composer Eyal Gurvich will present his music for the last time at Berklee College of Music. Inspired by jazz and fusion in his native Israel, he creates music that combines melodic writing with a fresh harmonic approach—both acoustic and electric.
Bruno Råberg, a professor in the Ensemble Department at Berklee College of Music, presents the ECM/Free Jazz 1 Ensemble.
In his final Berklee College of Music recital, tenor saxophonist Jake Hirsch presents a night of original music, blending inspiration from film scores, modern jazz, and progressive metal to deliver a style that is as beautiful as it is unique.
Malaysian contemporary violinist Nisa Addina brings friends for a wonderful musical adventure. She will perform covers and originals in a mixture of jazz fusion, R&B, and pop styles.
Students from Jeannie Gagné's Rehearsal Techniques for Vocalists class perform a blend of original and classic songs with an all-star rhythm section.
In his jazz composition portfolio recital, Yuta Yamaguchi presents big band jazz with talented musicians.
Bassist Lochlan Boebel will perform progressive rock music of the 1970s, with an emphasis on classic groups Yes and Genesis.
Jon Weidley’s senior jazz composition recital will feature a blend of jazz with rock, pop, progressive, and metal.
New York City guitarist Sebastian Danalis performs music that combines jazz, rock, and fusion. This recital will feature songs from artists that have inspired his career.
In his senior recital, voice principal Shiyao Lin performs music in the pop, rock, jazz, and blues genres.
For his senior recital, Colin Jenkins and his crew present Triple E (An Ethereal and Elephantine Experience), an unorthodox jazz set mixing post-bop, modal jazz, and avant-garde jazz with a background knowledge of metal, post-rock, and progressive rock.
The Be-Bop Guitars student guitar ensemble features some of the best guitar players at Berklee playing intricate arrangements written specifically for the ensemble.
The Directed Study in Composition Recital features four compositions by Berklee College of Music students.