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.
An Evening with Draco RosaBerklee Performance Center
World Music/CRASHarts presents musician Draco Rosa, a multi-Grammy-winning Puerto Rican singer- songwriter, composer, record producer, and entrepreneur, who kicked off his career in the '80s as a member of the Latino boy band Menudo.
Harun Bonnett presents a concert showcasing the sweet sounds of the Carribean.
Influenced by artists such as Aerosmith, ZZ Top, and Van Halen, the Ben Cote Band is bringing their new brand of rock 'n' roll to their generation.
Hailing from Manchester, England, acoustic-electronica trio GoGo Penguin comprises pianist Chris Illingworth, bassist Nick Blacka, and drummer Rob Turner.
Author, composer, and conductor Nicolas Slonimsky traveled the world, collecting music and championing new works. Explore his life and contributions at this session presented by Barbara LaFitte.
A small rhythm section (drums, acoustic piano, bass, guitar, vocals, and horn) perform the songs of Italian composer Angelo Valori from Pescara, Italy.
Tal Flora's music brings her inner world to the stage, characterized by intricate sexy beats, through original compositions coming from her deep attachment to R&B and jazz.
Anastassiya Petrova is a jazz pianist from Kazakhstan, inspired by contemporary jazz pianists such as Chick Corea, Herbie Hancock, and Brad Mehldau.
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."
Kelvin and his band will perform a combination of jazz standards and originals.
Trombonist Yuichiro Tamagaki will perform the music of legendary trombonist Slide Hampton with his octet.
Ben Bartlett wraps up at Berklee with a showcase of his alternative jazz compositions and arrangements of his film and videogame scores.
Ben Knorr is a multi-instrumentalist who is fluent in bluegrass, folk, Celtic, jazz, and classical styles.
MARO, a singer-songwriter from Portugal, will perform a set of original tunes from her upcoming album with Brazilian, pop-jazz, and folk influences.
Charles-Henry Volk and his band, New Focus, present original hard rock and progressive rock songs and arrangements.
Arranger Nian Tong presents a concert dedicated to the sound of 1950s and 1960s pop music.
Nathan See presents a set of original music for a medium-sized ensemble.
Italian singer-songwriter Emily Dukes, who is also a violinist, pianist, and guitarist, presents an evening of indie, pop, funk, and R&B originals and arrangements.
Nick Sanchez plays his final recital at Berklee, leading his eclectic band, the Nick Sanchez Prophecy, blending the music of the Middle East with modern jazz and progressive rock to create a musical journey unlike anything else.
Julia Siobhan's debut solo show at Berklee will feature her original arrangements and songs as well as some of her favorite cover tunes. Her show will also feature members from her special guest group, Pitch Slapped.
Oscar Barcelli's Afro-Peruvian Experiment will present original compositions and some traditional songs from Peru and the rest of Latin America mixed with traditional jazz instrumentation, and traditional Peruvian instrumentation.