Summer Concerts at Atlantic Wharf
Atlantic Wharf is a perfect waterfront location for music, a walk, and lunch. Situated on the Boston Harborwalk, Berklee bands perform Latin music and/or jazz every Thursday at noon. Whether you pack a lunch or buy from a local restaurant, enjoy views of the Boston Tea Party Ship and Museum, the Children's Museum, and Boston Harbor. (View Map)
Carol, a solo project from Berklee College of Music student Carolyn Flaherty, released her debut EP Softest Destroyer in March. The poet-turned-songwriter combines soft ambience with a complex vocal tone, fluttering harmonies, and seering lyricism.
Stacey Kelleher is an indie-pop singer-songwriter who is unafraid to say what she wants in her music.
Sam Robbins is a New England–based musician who evokes classic singer-songwriters such as James Taylor and John Denver.
Zoe Benson, a singer-songwriter from Boulder, Colorado, is drawn to rock, Americana, and folk styles. She writes, records, and performs intimate and lyrically driven songs solo, as well as with a band.
JAKE, previously a member of the South African band Early Hour, writes stories you can dance to.
Harry Egan is a singer-songwriter from San Francisco.
Brianna Nelson is a singer-songwriter and indie/folk/pop artist from Pennsylvania who has been writing and performing music since 2012.
Marlon Solomon is a gospel, R&B, and soul artist who fuses classical training with contemporary genres to create a unique sound with a deep, rich tone.
Sophia Gripari, a native of London, England, is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in the United States.
Roy Juno is the collective name shared by four Boston, Massachusetts–based producers and instrumentalists.
Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.
Monse Siles is a violinist from Costa Rica.
Check out some of the great shows that have been part of the Summer in the City series in prior years.
Delfina Cheb is a singer-songwriter from Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Rina Yamazaki is a jazz piano player from Japan who is studying at Berklee College of Music.
Mariano Escalona is a drummer, percussionist, singer, and arranger from Caracas, Venezuela.
Eric Fells is a 21-year-old musician from Little Rock, Arkansas. Although his main instrument is piano—he has been playing since he was 4—he also plays six additional instruments.
Orlando Latorre is a jazz trumpet player, singer, arranger, composer, and producer. Raised in Ponce, Puerto Rico, he began playing trumpet at the Instituto de Música Juan Morel Campos at age 11.
Santanio Jackson, a native of Plymouth, Florida, is studying drum performance and education at Berklee College of Music.
Born in St. Petersburg, Russia, Anton Derevyanko is a Boston, Massachusetts–raised tenor saxophonist who has studied at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute under the direction of Danilo Pérez.
Nativa is a singer-songwriter, bassist, and guitarist from Medellín, Colombia, who merges the rhythms from the Andean mountains with pop and world music.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Colescott Rubin is a bassist and vocalist from Portland, Oregon. Jazz and blues have been his passions from an early age.
With a background in classical piano and flute as well as photography, scholarship recipient Jamichael Frazier is studying jazz at Berklee College of Music.
Brazilian singer Mirella Costa will sing classics of her country's music, along with her own contemporary arrangements.
Tyson Jackson first discovered his love of music at age 3 in his hometown of West Palm Beach, Florida.