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.
Guitarist Felipe Mendes presents an evening of original compositions inspired by contemporary jazz.
In his third recital, vibraphonist Ryan Fedak will showcase his first completely original set featuring a variety of instruments, textures, and ensembles.
Dabin Ryu will perform her compositions.
Mikail Seet and friends will perform R&B, jazz, and rock-influenced arrangements and original compositions.
Along with a very talented group of musicians, Yunus Belgin will present a selection of his favorite tunes.
Berklee noise musician Dan Getty debuts new works, improvised and composed.
Pianist Julian Moehring presents his senior recital.
Mogati is an Indo-Chilean fusion duo. They will present original compositions and arrangements.
From South Korea, Taehyun Kim is a jazz drummer, composer, and percussionist.
Free Sources is a Boston-based music collective exploring fusion and free jazz with ever-changing levels of electronic influence.
Bassist Jinwoo Lee presents a summer-themed concert.
Vocalist Marina Tuset presents original compositions and arrangements.
In his senior recital, Renan Guzzo will perform some originals and jazz/Brazilian standards with his trio and some special guests.
At the end of his journey at Berklee, bassist Irais Brito Hierrezuelo presents a compilation of songs he has arranged while a student, as well as compositions adapted for a contemporary charanga format.
Guitarist Santiago Barragan presents an evening of Latin jazz and fusion.
Bengisu is a pop and R&B singer from Turkey performing her last recital at Berklee.
Japanese cosplay trombone player Suzuko Hori will perform her original musical theater songs and arrangements of standard tunes with her Terrible Horrible Band.
Flutist Anggie Obin presents original compositions, featuring a mix of jazz, Latin, and some Panamanian grooves.
In his first recital at Berklee, drum set principal Julian Gutbrod will present a wide variety of compositions and arrangements in the context of modern jazz.
Jamichael Frazier presents music he wrote inspired from his studies in Valencia, Spain, as well as covers of songs that have influenced him over the past months.