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.
Chinese singer-songwriter Ningbaby performs a set of original pop songs and covers.
Fernando Firmino presents a rich mixture of jazz, hip-hop, and classical music. In the tradition of jazz large ensemble (along with Ableton Live programed beats), Firmino features the bass.
Singer-songwriter Asmé, a native of the Bronx in New York City, performs a set of original songs and covers ranging from R&B to pop.
Award-winning pianist Nikolai Mishchenko presents original music, as well as arrangements and improvisations.
Saxophonist Ryan Siegel presents the debut of his first jazz suite, Grief, an original work of five movements inspired by the five stages of grief.
Joy Lee, an Imogen Heap Award–winning composer, electronic music producer, and performer, presents original compositions in varied styles. The concert features avant-garde electroacoustic compositions, electronic beats, and experimental free improvisations, with acoustic and electronic instrumentation.
Joy Shechter and his group will perform original tunes, inspired by jazz and folk music.
Noa Angell is a singer-songwriter of Eurasian, Dutch, and Indonesian heritage. Her music features modern pop with a mix of R&B, soul, and jazz influences.
Hideaki Ura will perform his original music with great musicians.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Vocalist Hannah Weiss presents repertoire in a new territory: jazz.
The Nikos Chatzitsakos Tiny Big Band and Jazz Orchestra performs originals, arrangements of popular songs of the Broadway era (1920s–1960s), and compositions by jazz musicians from the same period.
Christian Koomey presents an evening of high-energy metal, over-the-top playing, and fusion elements—with help from his band INVI.
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.
Vocalist Luiza Ghirardelli, guitarist Andres Guerra, and drummer E. Roman dig into their South American roots to perform their versions of jazz standards and Brazilian music.
Saxophonist Nick Bredal performs original music and arrangements, combining jazz, hip-hop, and soul influences.
Steel pan principal Marcus Prince presents an evening in which joy, love, peace, and gratitude will be portrayed through covers, arrangements, and originals of friends, family, and people he admires.
Lincoln Goines, an associate professor of bass at Berklee College of Music, and student Kseniia Vasileva present an art collaboration of sound design, visual arts, and poetry.
After a debut show in front of a full house, Samuel Dantowitz and friends return to the stage to reprise his Contemporary Musical Theater Duets show.
Jeewon Kim, a pianist, composer, and arranger from South Korea, presents original music inspired by nature, with a taste of Eastern and African culture.
Arranger and YouTuber Carlos Eiene presents a concert of arrangements of music from (in his opinion) some of the best video game soundtracks ever composed: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl. Game on!