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.
The Press Kampe Collective presents a blend of hip-hop, neo-soul, and funk fusion.
Anton Derevyanko presents various ideas in the form of a musical group performing original compositions—some his own and some by other members.
Enjoy a lively and varied program of music from around the world featuring the Berklee Flute Choir and the Spring Winds and Piano Ensemble, led by faculty member Wendy Rolfe.
Vocalist Siyu Chen presents her senior recital.
Greg McRae will present new and old works at his final concert at Berklee College of Music. Bald Uakari, his prolific ensemble, will perform, as will various groups created specifically for this recital.
Alonzo Demetrius and The Ego is a genre-bending, experimental hip-hop group led by trumpeter Alonzo Demetrius.
Kyle Purwin and friends will perform classic heavy metal tunes, as well as original songs with special guests.
Voice principal FAWK:ES (for all we know: every secret) presents UNIT:4F, a concert featuring neo-soul, soul, and R&B tunes, alongside original compositions with EDM and cinematic twists.
Hiroshi Uenohara presents original jazz compositions and arrangements featuring six horns.
Jiuli Ma, a guitarist from Jinan, China, will perform music in the style of jazz, blues, funk, and rock.
Hand Made House is an alternative/rock band from Boston, Massachusetts. Its music ranges from rock ballads and pop boogies to gritty, hard-rock driven movements inspired by artists such as Kings of Leon, Bill Withers, and John Legend.
Marty Walsh, a professor in the Ensemble Department, presents the Grace Potter Ensemble.
Jacques Schwarz-Bart, a professor in the Ensemble Department, presents the Harlem Suite Ensemble.
Robert Schlink, a professor in the Ensemble Department, presents the Funk Fusion Ensemble.
In his senior recital, guitarist Takuya Kohashi presents contemporary jazz and funk music.
After four years of hard work exploring new perspectives within jazz music, João Petrus will showcase some of the work he created during his time at Berklee College of Music.
Nina Joory, an artist with a Brazilian and Swiss background, blends American and Brazilian music to present a different take on pop.
In his senior recital, Daniel Martinez and his band the Offering will play a collection of original heavy metal songs, as well as several covers as tribute to his musical influences.
Dave Weigert, a professor in the Ensemble Department, presents the Pop and Indie Ensemble.
Dave Weigert, a professor in the Ensemble Department, presents the Yellowjackets Ensemble.