Summer Concerts at Wakefield Library
Berklee artists perform at 6:00 p.m. on Thursday evenings in this architectural gem of a library in Wakefield. Established in 1856, the Lucius Beebe Memorial Library is an excellent venue for taking in live music. (View map.)
Check out some of the great shows that have been part of the Summer in the City series in prior years.
Naty Hernandez is a singer-songwriter, guitarist, acoustic and electric bassist from Medellín, Colombia.
a l e a is the stage name of Maria Alejandra Jimenez '16, a singer-songwriter from Barrancas, La Guajira, Colombia.
Led by composer, pianist, and singer Zahili Gonzalez Zamora with Gerson Esteban Lazo Quiroga on bass and backing vocals and Takafumi Nikaido on percussion, MIXCLA performs, giving the audience a one-of-a-kind musical experience.
Alexandre Madeline's jazz quartet performs their music, which is always full of surprises.
Pia Salvia, a harpist and singer raised in Belgium, performs.
Dashina is a world music vocal trio comprising Inna Dudukina, Dana Protsenko, and Harshitha Krishnan. Each vocalist has her own unique style of singing, ranging from the genres of Balkan to jazz.
Award-winning vocalist and multi-instrumentalist Jacob McCaslin performs as part of the Berklee Summer in the City series.
The first musician in his family, Samuel Batista, an alto saxophone player born in Panama City, Panama, currently works as a bandleader of the Third Land Quintet.
Nacho González of Uruguay and Naseem Alatrash of Palestine created this tango duo during their studies at Berklee, combining the tradition of tango with the innovation of Middle Eastern flavors.
Emotional, evocative, warm, natural, and firmly rooted in Americana with light pop and country stylings: this describes Kathryn Hallberg's music.
Max Brandenburg is a classically trained pianist, singer, and songwriter who combines his talents in his original music: a mix of catchy and heartfelt pop, jazz, and soul as well as stirring acoustic rock ballads.
Pianist Anibal Cruz, a Berklee student and a freelance musician, performs. Rooted in classical music and Afro-Cuban jazz, his playing style is influenced by his Cuban piano heritage and the sounds of Chucho Valdez, Gonzalo Rubalcaba, and Tony Perez as well as jazz icons like Bill Evans and Herbie Hancock.
Kaeli Earle, a bassist and vocalist from Bellingham, Washington, performs with her band.