Summer Concerts at Harvard Longwood Campus
This outdoor series, a collaboration between Harvard and Berklee, features free concerts on the Harvard Medical School Quad and in the Kresge courtyard on the Harvard Longwood Campus. Stop by on Wednesdays at lunchtime for pop, Latin music, folk, and jazz in a lovely setting. The Harvard Longwood Campus is home to Harvard Medical School, Harvard School of Dental Medicine, and the Harvard T. H. Chan School of Public Health. (View Map)
Angelo LeRoi is a 20-year-old singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist from Altadena, California. Informed by a range of genres including classic rock, 1970s soul and funk, Chicago blues, and hip-hop, LeRoi’s music is an amalgam of these sounds filtered through minimalist production and shape-shifting vocals.
Manny Moura is a 21-year-old singer-songwriter who grew up in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and New York, New York. After moving to Boston, Massachusetts, in 2017, she transitioned to a more electronic pop sound.
Will Orchard, formerly known as LittleBoyBigHeadOnBike, is an artist and songwriter from Rhode Island.
Hannah Siglin is a singer-songwriter and guitarist from the Inland Northwest. Raised on folk music and studied in classical training, she writes in a variety of styles, specializing as a top-line writer and frontwoman of her four-piece roots band.
Angel Irizarry, a guitarist and jazz composer from the Dominican Republic, is influenced by his roots and moved by jazz and Afro-Dominican styles.
Cristy Alover is a soul, R&B, and pop singer-songwriter from Caracas, Venezuela. She is majoring in music business/management and songwriting at Berklee College of Music.
Jobi Riccio is an Americana/country songwriter based in Boston, Massachusetts. Her debut EP, Strawberry Wine—think Loretta Lynn and Emmylou Harris meet Lori McKenna—is an ode to the women of classic country music.
Boston-based singer-songwriter Taylor Deneen is currently in her second year at Berklee College of Music, and her signature sound comes from a variety of genres including contemporary R&B, neo-soul, funk, and jazz.
Check out some of the great shows that have been part of the Summer in the City series in prior years.
The Vlade Guigni Trio will perform arrangements of classic jazz tunes along with contemporary original pieces, blending old and new sounds. They play with energy, yet sensitivity, bringing pleasant sounds to listeners.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled due to weather.
Martin Tamisier is a singer-songwriter and drummer from France who is studying at Berklee College of Music. His music is influenced by pop, African music, and rock, with French lyrics shaped by his love for the meaning and power of words.
Brianna Nelson is a folk/pop artist who has been writing and performing music since 2012.
Brazilian singer Mirella Costa will sing classics of her country's music, along with her own contemporary arrangements.
Nativa is a singer-songwriter, bassist, and guitarist from Medellín, Colombia, who merges the rhythms from the Andean mountains with pop and world music.
Santanio Jackson, a native of Plymouth, Florida, is studying drum performance and education at Berklee College of Music.
Fingerstyle guitarist Brooks Robertson doesn’t need much more than two thumbs, eight fingers, and six strings on a wooden box to carry listeners away. He utilizes superb technical ability to play bass, rhythm, and melody simultaneously and surpass the borders of conventional genres.
7th Degree is a nine-piece funk/fusion band formed because of similar musical interest and immediate chemistry.