Haley BryantLongfellow House
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.
Latin jazz trio MIXCLA performs a truly unique experience.
Olivia SwannThe Street
Evocative of the contemporary soul stylings of Kehlani and SZA, Olivia Swann is an emerging singer-songwriter from the U.K.
Daiza / glo / Nat ReedRed Room at Cafe 939
Electronic art producer Daiza (a.k.a. Danielle Thwaites) is a Berklee student whose sound is best described as unpredictable yet oddly cohesive. Based in Boston, glo is an electronic-pop duo featuring Dyami Wilson and Austin Macasieb. Nat Reed is a new R&B-pop artist rising through the Boston music scene.
Self Portraits / LANDS / Enta TentaRed Room at Cafe 939
Three Berklee-born groups will play Cafe 939, which welcomes the dreamy alt-rock of Self Portraits, the R&B-inflected soul of LANDS, and the electro-pop punch of Enta Tenta.
Lizje SarriaKendall SquareColombian performer Lizje Sarria is a versatile composer, arranger, and solo artist of soulful music.
Gabriel GomezOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Gabriel Gomez presents his take on Latin American rock with an original set of songs, as well as some covers from the same genre.
Xenia KarunguWakefield LibraryXenia Karungu is a Kenyan-born singer-songwriter and vocal arranger majoring in music business/management at Berklee College of Music.
Changyong Kim: For My RetrieverBerk Recital Hall
Pianist Changyong Kim presents his jazz composition recital.
2017 International Championship of A Cappella Open SemifinalBerklee Performance Center
The International Championship of A Cappella Open is an all-access a cappella tournament that encourages singers to bring together groups of any age, experience, or origin to form a cappella “dream teams” and compete for the chance to perform at Carnegie Hall for a cash prize of $25,000.
Maurizio Fiore Salas showcases his own compositions and arrangements for different groups.
Pianist Yosuke Soeda performs with his group playing originals, jazz standards, and new arrangements.
Eri Chichibu, a Japanese composer and pianist, and her group will perform her compositions and arrangements.
Anton Derevyanko presents his music and arrangements through a group of his closest friends and musicians.
Trumpet player José Villa performs traditional regional Mexican compositions with special guests.
Radio Paila is a band influenced by grunge, blues, progressive, and hard rock.
Triple Tea, a jazz trio led by pianist Tommaso Taddonio, will play a set of original music with different instrumentation.
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.
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."
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.
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.
Kelvin and his band will perform a combination of jazz standards and originals.
Near Light Project features original compositions and arrangements by Rihards Kolmanis, encompassing an eclectic variety of jazz, fusion, and EDM.
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 Paco de Lucía Band visits Berklee to offer a clinic on flamenco music and the late de Lucía’s repertoire.