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.
Berklee Gospel and Roots ChoirFort Adams State Park
For the fifth year in a row, the Berklee Gospel and Roots Choir will perform at the Newport Folk Festival.
Takaki Nakamura: Tribute to Paramore, Vol. 2Berklee Dining Hall
Paraminority—led by drum set principal Takaki Nakamura—returns for its second Tribute to Paramore show.
Dreamer & Son / usLights / The PenthouseRed Room at Cafe 939
Dreamer & Son is a dreamy, alt-rock quartet from Boston, Massachusetts. Balanced at the intersection of the fearlessly avant and intimately familiar, the music of usLights is a study in contrasts. The Penthouse is a New England-based indie rock band that will make you dance.
Mais 55Institute of Contemporary Art
Mais 55 comprises students or recent grads of Berklee College of Music from Brazil. Its mission is to spread love for Brazilian music and promote Brazilian culture.
Mirella CostaHotel Marlowe
Mirella Costa holds a bachelor of arts degree from Souza Lima Music Conservatory in Sao Paulo, Brazil, in popular music, Brazilian music, and jazz. In 2016, she recorded her first solo CD, Minha Arca, for which she won an award for New Artist of the Year in Brazil.
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.
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.
Ido Haimovich presents original music inspired by jazz, Ravel, Israeli '70s pop, nature, poetry, falafel, yoga, and kindness.
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.
Trombonist Yuichiro Tamagaki will perform the music of legendary trombonist Slide Hampton with his octet.
Aaron Decker presents a performance of compositions and arrangements.
Daniel Gittler presents a collection of Broadway songs from his resume, as well as some additions and dream songs.
Produced by 10-time Latin Grammy-winner Javier Limón, the Paco de Lucía Project reassembles the original band that toured with the legendary flamenco guitarist for the last 10 years of his illustrious career, including Antonio Sánchez on guitar, David de Jacoba on vocals, Alain Pérez on bass, Piraña on percussion, Antonio Serrano on harmonica, and flamenco dancer Farru. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.
Nearly 40 years after he began performing, Johnny Clegg is embarking on his final world tour, titled the Final Journey. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.
The cats are back by popular demand. Enjoy a 75-minute romp through the internet’s finest cat videos, sharing in the delight of thousands of cat lovers worldwide.
The 2017 Music Education Symposium will feature guest speakers and opportunities for students and faculty to learn about using technology in settings with special-needs students.
Britani Washington is an R&B singer from San Francisco, California. She will be accompanied by her band, featuring arrangements by her sister Briana Washington.
Rachel is a multi-instrumentalist with a background in piano, guitar, ukulele, mandolin, and some banjo.
Nativa is a sonic journey that merges the rhythms from the Andean mountains in Colombia with pop and world music sounds.
Harry Jay uses his unique blend of funk, hip-hop, and R&B, combining old-school influence and modern hip-hop, to bring generations of music fans together to boogie.
The faculty of the Harmony Department at Berklee will present original compositions and arrangements for jazz orchestra.
With performances in voiceovers for cartoons such as Explosion Bus created by Jonathan Katz, performances in operas, musicals, and the lead singer in bands, Cheyenne Prescott presents an evening of original R&B music, covers, and arrangements.