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.
In her first performance at Berklee, Laura Agudelo Cuartas showcases her original compositions and arrangements, a mixture of jazz, Latin music, and mucho sabor.
Ben Knorr is a multi-instrumentalist who is fluent in bluegrass, folk, Celtic, jazz, and classical styles.
Bassist and composer Tyler Wagner presents his modern jazz quintet, inspired by the great post-bebop bands of the late '60s, alongside punk, country, and hip-hop music.
This modern classical protest concert will be performed in memory of Composition Department professor Vuk Kulenovic, who passed away April 10, 2017.
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.
Led by Theo Hoarau, Kyjac is a project formed by musicians from all over Europe and Africa.
Kenny Werner, artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, uses his life story and experiences to explore the barriers to creativity and mastery of music.
Ildrys Díaz combines jazz, pop, R&B, soul, and Latin music.
Berklee alumnus Oscar Acevedo '83 presents a clinic on musicians' marketing concepts in Latin America.
Avi Rafaelov presents an evening of original progressive/fusion compositions.
Arranger Nian Tong presents a concert dedicated to the sound of 1950s and 1960s pop music.
This event is a continuation of the Berklee Popular Music Institute (BPMI) speaker series. BPMI strives to bring in innovators and leaders in the live music industry to learn about current trends in the concert and festival market.
Nathan See presents a set of original music for a medium-sized ensemble.
Miyako Tsubota is an actress, singer, dancer, and writer focused on musical theater style.
The Composition Department hosts the internationally acclaimed Mivos Quartet to perform Brian Ferneyhough’s breathtaking and virtuosic String Quartet No. 2 alongside student and faculty works.
Trombonist Brandon Lin presents his original tunes.
Italian composer and pianist Ludovico Einaudi’s hauntingly beautiful and evocative music defies categorization. Einaudi has produced 17 albums and composed scores for a plethora of major films including Clint Eastwood’s J. Edgar and the Oscar-winning Black Swan.
Havana-based composer and pianist Harold López-Nussa travels smoothly through his classical, Cuban, and jazz inspirations to create an exceptional style of global jazz. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.
Pakistan’s classical virtuosos the Sachal Jazz Ensemble emerged in 2011 with an ambitious recording covering Western jazz standards on traditional instruments. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.