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.
Yair Amster shares his original music inspired by his musical journey around the world and backed up by his group of super-talented musicians.
Anibal Cruz is a Cuban pianist whose work presents a wide range of influences: jazz, R&B, classical, and Cuban music.
Join multi-instrumentalist Victor Cabral and his band on an incredible journey through Brazil and its sounds.
Daniel Casares presents original music and jazz tunes in a quartet format.
Tal Flora's deep attachment to R&B and jazz is manifested in her original compositions through intricate, sexy beats.
Joaquín Bustamante presents his senior recital, performing a handful of arrangements by the musicians who have inspired his career at Berklee. He will also perform original material.
Performing some of his favorite covers, Jihoon Park dedicates this recital to himself, but also to his guitar teacher from high school, Frank Annunziata.
Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.
Multi-instrumentalist Xingyu Yao will bring you her journey through explorations of Chinese culture and jazz.
From Quito, Ecuador, Paul Sanchez is a trumpeter who began his musical career at a very young age studying at the National Conservatory and the Brass Band of Ecuador.
Fernando Firmino presents different combinations with bass, in a duo setting.
Brazilian singer Mirella Costa recorded her first solo CD, Minha Arca, in 2016.
Martina Blazeska is an acoustic guitarist/singer-songwriter from Macedonia who combines jazz, indie, folk, and pop genres while incorporating her modern percussive fingerstyle guitar.
Boston-based electronic duo Sleeping Lion, Nate Flacks and Noah Longworth McGuire, produces dreamy, down-tempo indie-electronica with mellow vibes, layers of synth, soulful vocals, and a bit of falsetto.
Born in Zimbabwe and raised in Europe, Mufaro Kambarami has been molded from a love of music from a very young age.
Spanish singer-songwriter and composer Javier Colmen presents his solo work especially arranged and performed with and for friends.
Francesca Alice Crowley is an American modern folk singer-songwriter.
Jessie Cox brought Art Note Project to life to give audiences a more complete and rounded experience of his music, incorporating poetry, costumes, electronic sounds, and a small bit of acting.
Currently in her second year of study at Boston Conservatory at Berklee, soprano Haley Bryant will present an afternoon of songs and arias performed by her and fellow Boston Conservatory at Berklee students.
Saxophonist Nathan See presents original music for quintet.