Great American Songbook: Tribute to Laurel CanyonBerklee Performance Center
From the mid-1960s to the early 1970s, some of the most memorable and iconic American popular music was written by residents of Laurel Canyon in the Hollywood Hills.
Music of Michael AbeneBerklee Performance Center
This concert features the music of composer/arranger/pianist and artist-in-residence Michael Abene, performed by a large ensemble of some of Berklee’s finest soloists and ensemble players.
Beyoncé's Original All-Female Band: A 10-Year Anniversary ConcertBerklee Performance Center
Beyoncé's original all-female band celebrates its 10-year anniversary in a concert of Queen Bey's songs at Berklee, led by Tia Fuller, a professor in the Ensemble Department.
Kathleen Parks' Senior RecitalRed Room at Cafe 939
Kathleen Parks' senior recital will showcase her own compositions and songs, as well as arrangements featuring American roots, American Songbook, funk, and Harry Nilsson-esq pop.
Bridget’s an Irish Tradition Presents Celtic Crossings: Phil Coulter and Andy CooneyBerklee Performance Center
Phil Coulter, from Derry, Northern Ireland, and Andy Cooney, from New York, once again join forces to present the masterful Celtic Crossings, weaving a tapestry of Irish warmth, spirit, and culture through music.
Gary Burton and Makoto Ozone: DuetsBerklee Performance Center
Multiple Grammy-winning vibraphonist, composer, and educator Gary Burton and prolific composer and arranger Makoto Ozone improvise on just about any kind of music, from traditional and contemporary jazz to tango and classical themes.
Guitar Night: Rock and PopBerklee Performance Center
The Berklee Guitar Department showcases pop and rock guitar students.
Danilo Pérez WorkshopZero Gravity Room
This Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) workshop features its artistic director, pianist and composer Danilo Pérez.
Hannah's Celebration of IrishnessOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Vocalist Hannah Crowley presents a fusion of Irish and jazz music.
Africana Studies Celebrates Black MusicBerklee Performance Center
This concert will celebrate songs from the black music tradition. Guest performers include Patrice Rushen, composer, music producer, music director, music educator, pianist, and singer-songwriter of "Forget Me Nots," among other songs; Morris Hayes, former music director for Prince; and Stokley Williams, lead singer and drummer for Mint Condition.