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.
For her senior recital, Korean pianist Harin Kim presents classical and contemporary music.
Luke Norris, Connor Kent, and Grzegorz Wlodarczyk will be playing a mix of originals and jazz standards, touching on some of the most important repertoire of the chordless jazz trio.
Brazilian guitarist Rodrigo Domingues Moreira performs a set of songs that celebrate hard bop American music made in the mid-1950s.
New York native Cindy Latin is a singer, songwriter, arranger, and producer whose music bridges the gap between R&B and jazz.
Thomas Gaumer and his band present a set of original compositions and arrangements inspired by Duke Ellington, Charles Mingus, and Bob Brookmeyer.
Students at Berklee College of Music come together to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Woodstock, featuring songs from the iconic 1969 festival.
Trumpeter, vocalist, and composer Alonzo Demetrius presents his master’s thesis project, featuring a series of compositions inspired by ruminations on the prison industrial complex.
For his senior recital, Anibal Cruz presents a synthesis of his musical journey at Berklee College of Music. His originals and arrangements encompass a wide range of influences from Afro-Cuban to bebop and world music.
Aga Derlak and her band will present original music influenced by Polish classical music.
Pianist Jose Soto, a graduate student in the contemporary performance program (global jazz concentration), presents music inspired by the philosophy of the Costa Rican tribe Bribri.
Berklee College of Music students pay homage to the legendary band Queen by playing some of its classic tunes.
Blythe Schulte presents selections from The Bearcat, her original jazz show. Set in the Roaring Twenties, the show is a comedy/drama complete with ’20s slang and a fiery Shakespearean plot that culminates in a ravishing resolution.
Bassist Dana Amado culminates her experience at Berklee College of Music with a concert that features original compositions, previewing her upcoming debut release, while showcasing her talent as bandleader and lead vocalist.
Jonathan Romppel, a graduating keyboardist and contemporary writing and production major, features arrangements of his favorite covers and originals, played by some of the finest performers at Berklee College of Music.
Canadian soprano Rose Hegele performs an hour of solo vocal compositions by contemporary classical composers.
J U N II P E R O is an alternative pop-rock band that creates music that transcends reality. The band’s repertoire consists of a range of evocative original work, as well as renditions of songs by popular artists.
Colombian songwriter Camilo Velez presents an evening of original music, deeply rooted in Latin America and infused with jazz and funk.
Patricia Blyde, a Venezuelan singer and dancer, will be joined by friends to perform R&B, pop, and traditional Venezuelan music arrangements.
Gen Yoshimura, a drummer, composer, and arranger, will present an evening of jazz with his trio.
Natalia Soborski, a singer-songwriter from the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, performs pop ballads with intricate vocal harmonies. This recital features originals and arrangements of covers.