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.
Bassist Jack Schwenke pays tribute to the great music of female jazz legends such as Ella Fitzgerald, Billie Holiday, Sarah Vaughan, and others. This quintet features many of their signature tunes and arrangements.
Misha Bogomolov's ArtHouse is an international collaboration featuring Aleksi Godard, Donghwan Seo, Drew Bunge, and a worldly blend of essential writings.
Yao Lu will perform pop/power ballads, pop/rock covers, and original songs with her band.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Julia Siobhan Gartha is a country/pop singer-songwriter who captivates her audience with honesty and openness. Breathing in inspiration from artists such as Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, and James Taylor, Gartha’s storytelling brings an authentic voice to her sound and connects her listeners.
Maurice Soque presents a saxophone-heavy showcase of music and arrangements created throughout his time at Berklee College of Music, with the help of friends he made along the way.
Max Boras presents, Nuclear Apathy, a hard rock/metal band that fuses sounds of old and new.
Brandon Crichfield is a folk/pop singer-songwriter. In his first performance at Berklee, he presents original compositions, fully arranged and performed by some of his most endearingly lovable friends, in all of our awkward glory.
In his first recital, drummer Kevin Gao and his quintet will perform traditional and modern jazz tunes written by composers such as Michael Brecker, Chris Potter, and Ornette Coleman.
DEJÀN is a soul family of world jazz. (“De” means “of” or “from” in Spanish, and “Jan” is Azerbaijani for “soul” or “family.”) The group’s ethnic rhythms, Latin roots, and Middle Eastern improvisation takes audiences on a musical journey around the world.
Dynamic tenor saxophonist Trace Zacur presents an authentic fusion blend of jazz and R&B.
Vikram Bam presents an afternoon of singer-songwriter and instrumental fusion.
Slippers is a trio featuring Eric Nakanishi on alto saxophone, Tyler Wagner on bass, and Rosina Scampino on drums. It plays original compositions, arrangements, and standards.
Canadian singer-songwriter John Conlin performs a variety of dramatic pop songs, including covers and originals.
Pianist Brandon Xue and his quartet will present a selection of Western classical music from the common practice period in a jazz setting.
Drum set principal Berker Banar presents an evening of free, improvised music.
Kelly Vargas is a singer-songwriter from Long Island, New York. Accompanied by her band, Vargas will present original compositions from alternative indie/pop, R&B, and soul genres.
Pianist Riwal Perchoc presents original music and arrangements performed by a hybrid jazz/chamber ensemble.
Voice principal Vasya Popova presents an intimate acoustic experience.
In his first solo performance, Chris Petty debuts his project C_Pet. The recital features original compositions and arrangements of covers ranging in style from electronic to jazz.
Annie Lux presents a celebration of culture through different styles of world grooves on current pop hits.