Kamila Csengeova's Senior RecitalRed Room at Cafe 939
A recipient of the John LaPorta Award from Berklee, Kamila Csengeova is a guitarist from the Czech Republic.
Alexander Yen and FriendsBerk Recital Hall
Saxophonist Alexander Yen presents a concert filled with R&B and jazz, influenced by artists such as Lalah Hathaway and Miguel.
Venezuelan ProjectBoston Public Library
Venezuelan Project is a group that focuses on recovering the traditional and folkloric Venezuelan styles and combining them with contemporary genres of world music.
Guitar Sessions: Benjamin VerderyBoston Conservatory Theater
Guitar faculty member at the Yale University School of Music, artistic director for both the Yale Guitar Extravaganza and 92nd Street Y’s Art of the Guitar, Benjamin Verdery is hailed for his innovative and eclectic musical career.
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.
The voice departments of the Conservatory and the College are collaborating to present some of our best and brightest vocalists. The program will showcase our stylistic diversity across a wide range of genres.
Jazz flute has been widely regarded as one of the main influences of modern-day soap opera-induced comas.
Almira Izumchensky's recital will consist of her own compositions created at Berklee, mainly choral works supported by different instrumentalists, in the style of impressionism.
Backed up by his group of super-talented musicians, drum set principal Yair Amste will perform original music inspired by his musical journey around the world.
Anastasia's concert will feature original compositions and covers in the R&B, pop, funk, and ballad styles.
In conjunction with the Red Room at Cafe 939, the Songwriting Department is proud to present this open mic event for Berklee songwriters, held on the last Monday of each month.
The annual display of double reeds in unique ensembles, both musical and stylistic, has become a Berklee tradition.
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.
Alejandro Viramontes presents his progressive and alternative rock compositions along with a band of excellent musicians.
Francois Chanvallon and Karl Marino will celebrate the release of their first album throughout this performance.
Salseros is a showcase that features a new generation of selected Berklee composers, arrangers, singers, and musicians performing traditional and contemporary salsa styles.
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.
Kota Fukuda will perform his original compositions, featuring a mixture of jazz, hip-hop, and world groove.
Kristian Veech is a singer-songwriter who delves into a wide range of styles, from acoustic folk to progressive rock.
Pedro Sanjur's recital will be a tribute to traditional Panamanian and Caribbean music.
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.
Voice Department professor Maggie Scott presents the Vocal Jazz Series, in which jazz vocalists perform repertoire from the Great American Songbook, accompanied by a trio on piano, bass, and drums.
Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith is a composer, performer, and producer, originally from Orcas Island, Washington, and currently based in Los Angeles, California.
José Villa performs regional Mexican songs with visiting artists.
Kris Adams and Tim Ray perform the music of former Ear Training Department chair Steve Prosser, accompanied by bassist Paul Del Nero and flutist Fernando Brandao.