On the VoxBerklee Dining Hall
On the Vox comprises 15 students, ranging from their first semester to their last semester, performing arrangements of various popular songs.
SarathiOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Sarathi and his band will perform an array of his originals and covers by Emily King, Sinead Harnett, and Daniel Caesar.
World Premiere Musical: The KissBerklee Performance Center
Inspired by the sensual portraits of Gustav Klimt, this world premiere musical answers the question, "Who is the woman in The Kiss?" with a Berklee cast.
Zahili Gonzalez ZamoraBrewer Plaza
Cuban jazz pianist Zahili Gonzalez Zamora performs live at Brewer Plaza.
Niyaz Featuring Azam AliBerklee Performance Center
Seamlessly blending Sufi poetry and traditional folk songs from their native Iran with rich acoustic instrumentation and modern electronic rhythms, Niyaz creates a mesmerizing, distinctively 21st-century global sound. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.
EMMARIE / Soul Candy / Pat SicotteRed Room at Cafe 939
EMMARIE is breaking all the rules, mixing it up, and rocking the music scene with powerful messages and unforgettable beats. Soul Candy is a seven-piece groove-pop band from Boston. Pat Sicotte is an up-and-coming singer-songwriter from Boston.
World Premiere: Harold Lloyd's The Freshman Scored and Performed by Berklee Silent Film OrchestraCoolidge Corner Theatre
The Berklee Silent Film Orchestra (BSFO) will perform the world premiere of its new score to Harold Lloyd's classic romantic comedy, The Freshman, in the magnificent Coolidge Corner Theatre.
Qantara Berklee: ZafirBerklee Performance Center
Qantara Berklee Ensemble performs a program bringing various musical traditions by fusing Arab musical heritage with the contemporary sensibilities of postmodern jazz.
Javier Vivas's Jazz Composition PortfolioRed Room at Cafe 939
In his jazz composition portfolio, Javier Vivas will take the audience on a musical journey of Andean and Afro-Colombian styles fused with jazz.
Roots Roadshow: Tribute to Lead BellyBerklee Performance Center
In this wide-ranging show, students and faculty from the American Roots Music Program will pay tribute to Lead Belly’s wildly diverse repertoire by performing songs associated with the master in new and unexpected settings.
Dabin Ryu will perform her compositions.
Brandon Diaz is a gifted and highly accomplished vocalist, songwriter, and musician from Ashburn, Virginia.
Chika Olivia presents a diverse choice of songs, from Indonesian traditional songs to jazz standards, interpreted in the style of jazz.
Hailing from Dartmouth, Massachusetts, Mitch is a singer-songwriter whose styles vary from reggae, pop-rock, soul, and funk.
Colombian performer Lizje Sarria is a versatile composer, arranger, and solo artist of soulful music.
Inspired by hip-hop, R&B, and jazz, Olivia Swann's sound is a harmonious blend of old and new.
Berklee noise musician Dan Getty debuts new works, improvised and composed.
In her second recital, Claire performs a selection of covers, originals, and remixes from her music project, dolltr!ck.
Vesperteen’s pop-rock sound, reminiscent of bands like the 1975 and Bleachers, has connected with a large audience. In just over a year, Rigsby has accrued more than 10,000 followers across social media platforms and generated 150,000 plays on Spotify as an independent artist.
We invite you to join our celebration of the five-year anniversary of Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain.
Musician and singer Gerson Eguiguren, from Quito, Ecuador, is also a violinist, violist, and pianist.
Free Sources is a Boston-based music collective exploring fusion and free jazz with ever-changing levels of electronic influence.
Vocalist Marina Tuset presents original compositions and arrangements.
Bassist Jinwoo Lee presents a summer-themed concert.
At the end of his journey at Berklee, bassist Irais Brito Hierrezuelo presents a compilation of songs he has arranged while a student, as well as compositions adapted for a contemporary charanga format.
Bengisu is a pop and R&B singer from Turkey performing her last recital at Berklee.
Guitarist Santiago Barragan presents an evening of Latin jazz and fusion.
Japanese cosplay trombone player Suzuko Hori will perform her original musical theater songs and arrangements of standard tunes with her Terrible Horrible Band.
In his first recital at Berklee, drum set principal Julian Gutbrod will present a wide variety of compositions and arrangements in the context of modern jazz.
Panamanian saxophonist Samuel Batista is currently in the process of recording his first album, Voices of Freedom.