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)
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.
Santanio Jackson, a native of Plymouth, Florida, is studying drum performance and education at Berklee College of Music.
Nativa is a singer-songwriter, bassist, and guitarist from Medellín, Colombia, who merges the rhythms from the Andean mountains with pop and world music.
Brazilian singer Mirella Costa will sing classics of her country's music, along with her own contemporary arrangements.
Brianna Nelson is a folk/pop artist who has been writing and performing music since 2012.
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.
Born and raised in Havana, Cuba, Irais Brito Hierrezuelo is a bass player and music educator pursuing his interest in contemporary music at Berklee College of Music.
Check out some of the great shows that have been part of the Summer in the City series in prior years.
7th Degree is a nine-piece funk/fusion band formed because of similar musical interest and immediate chemistry.
Panamanian saxophonist Samuel Batista, a recent alumnus, is in the process of recording his first album, Voices of Freedom.
Singer-songwriter Mayah Dyson is also an actress, dancer, and model.
Inna Dudukina is a contemporary jazz and Russian vocalist, pianist, and composer.
Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.
Aliya Cycon Project blends Cycon’s soulful compositions with characteristics of traditional Arabic music to create an unforgettable East-meets-West experience.
Joaquina Mertz is a Mexican singer-songwriter who is passionate about performance and the connection between her, the band, and the audience.
Fiddle player Kathleen Parks' sound incorporates influences from writers such as Harry Nilsson, Paul McCartney, and Paul Simon.