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.
Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.
Panamanian saxophonist Samuel Batista, a recent alumnus, is in the process of recording his first album, Voices of Freedom.
Gordon Neidinger is a mandolinist, composer, and producer hailing from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, now living in Brooklyn, New York.
Hailing from Ecuador, singer Gerson Eguiguren is also a violinist, violist, and pianist who has performed alongside recognized figures around the globe.
Stephanie James, a pop and soul singer-songwriter, uses her powerful vocals and poignant lyrics to inspire and unite her audiences.
Xenia Karungu is a Kenyan-born singer-songwriter and vocal arranger majoring in music business/management at Berklee College of Music.
Born and raised in Ukraine and heavily influenced by his Azerbaijani heritage, Han Beyli's eclectic background and influences have merged to create a listening experience that is one of a kind.
Alexis Newman is a singer-songwriter and performer who has opened for numerous artists such as Brian McKnight with the Divas as well as Aloe Blacc, Bilal, and Chris Turner with the Neo-Soul Ensemble during a Marvin Gaye tribute.
From Mexico City, Marco Mares is a singer-songwriter who’s trying to break the pre-established roads and search for new ways to create fresh and honest pop.
SHAH's music is an undiscovered eclectic collection of soul, folk, disco, R&B, and cinematic orchestral style.
MARO is a singer-songwriter, pianist, and guitarist from Lisbon, Portugal.