Fionn Ruadh: Jazz Hop Bass EvolutionBerk Recital Hall
Join Fionn Ruadh, bass player, orator, and human being as he attempts to finish his Berklee experience with a representative concert of his own music.
Giuseppe CucchiaraOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Italian bassist Giuseppe Cucchiara performs a set of original compositions, featuring Edmar Colón on tenor saxophone, Michael Wang on trombone, Santiago Bosch on piano, and Juan Ale Saenz on drums.
Jake CourlangBerk Recital Hall
Bass principal Jake Courlang presents his senior recital.
Izzy Marcil / Gabby MichelleGeorges Island
Izzy Marcil is a folk-pop singer-songwriter who empowers others by weaving spirituality and consciousness into storytelling. Gabby Michelle is a singer-songwriter, recognized for her lyric-centered songs and unique vocals.
Emilio Jose MendezDorchester Heights Concert Series
A versatile composer and arranger, Puerto Rican performer Emilio Jose Mendez performs on piano.
Mayah DysonHarvard Longwood Campus
Singer-songwriter Mayah Dyson is also an actress, dancer, and model.
Abby CareyBoston Public Library
Abby Carey is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter from North Attleboro, Massachusetts, whose influences range from Bruce Springsteen to the 1975.
Lior TzemachSummer Street
Since he started playing the guitar at the age of 11, Lior Tzemach has had a unique perspective on music and art and the deep feeling of self-discovery through them.
Han Beyli ProjectBoston Public Market
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.
Ricky PeñaGreenway Boston
Ricardo Peña is an Ecuadorian American performer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist.
Triple Tea, a jazz trio led by pianist Tommaso Taddonio, will play a set of original music with different instrumentation.
Josiah Contreras, a musician of Native American descent, mixes elements of folk, funk, and rock, infused with traditional Indigenous sounds; he calls his music "native soul."
Percussionist Kan Yanabe presents an afternoon of Brazilian jazz in trio format, featuring pandeiro, guitar, and saxophone, and a special guest appearance by a vibraphonist.
Nick Sanchez leads his eclectic band, the Prophecy, blending the musical styles of the Middle East with prog rock and modern jazz.
As a celebration of his last semester at Berklee, Andrés Gutiérrez, a pianist and composer from Guadalajara, Mexico, presents a concert of originals and timeless pieces accompanied by a team of talented instrumentalists.
Drummer Rosina Scampino presents her first concert at Berklee, featuring a repertoire of jazz standards and original compositions.
Vocalist Tim Liao's last recital at Berklee features his original songs and also some new arrangements.
Manos Hadjidakis was one of the most important Greek composers of the 20th century.
Mike Mains is a Detroit-based musician who loves rock and roll. Brett Newski has lived all over the world, writing many songs along the way. The Racer is an indie band from Monroe, New York.
Formerly known as the Detours, the Cotones are a Boston-based indie/alternative rock group formed in 2015 that is influenced by bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Led Zeppelin, and David Bowie.
Near Light Project features original compositions and arrangements by Rihards Kolmanis, encompassing an eclectic variety of jazz, fusion, and EDM.
Kelvin and his band will perform a combination of jazz standards and originals.
Ido Haimovich presents original music inspired by jazz, Ravel, Israeli '70s pop, nature, poetry, falafel, yoga, and kindness.
This performance will be a culmination of covers and originals featured in Lorren Chiodo's series the "Studio Sessions," consisting of a rhythm section, vocalists, and a horn section.
This is piano principal Takumi Kakimoto's fifth recital at Berklee as a jazz composition and performance major.
The Death of Simone Weil stands out in the jazz vocal tradition in terms of scale and ambition, with a depth and economy of expression that are worthy of the subject.
The Paco de Lucía Band visits Berklee to offer a clinic on flamenco music and the late de Lucía’s repertoire.
Trombonist Yuichiro Tamagaki will perform the music of legendary trombonist Slide Hampton with his octet.
Daniel Gittler presents a collection of Broadway songs from his resume, as well as some additions and dream songs.
Aaron Decker presents a performance of compositions and arrangements.