Ani Choying Drolma Live in ConcertBerklee Performance Center
Ani Choying Drolma is a Tibetan-Nepalese Buddhist nun and internationally acclaimed singer known as the "Buddhist Rock Star."
Briana WashingtonBrewer Plaza
Nineteen-year-old pianist and keyboardist Briana Washington is also a singer and composer from the San Francisco Bay area in California.
Lizje SarriaB3 Restaurant
Colombian performer Lizje Sarria is a versatile composer, arranger, and solo artist of soulful music.
Conversation and Q&A with Hit Songwriter Kara DioGuardiBerklee Performance Center
Grammy-nominated hit songwriter and producer Kara DioGuardi, who is also an author, Broadway performer, and TV personality, will share stories about her path to writing the songs that sold 160 million records.
Aliya Cycon ProjectBoston Public Market
Aliya Cycon Project blends Cycon’s soulful compositions with characteristics of traditional Arabic music to create an unforgettable East-meets-West experience.
Conversation and Q&A with Hit Songwriter Lori McKennaBerklee Performance Center
Hit songwriter Lori McKenna will talk about her path to writing no. 1 songs for country artists Little Big Town, Tim McGraw, Keith Urban, and Faith Hill, as well as her career as a recording artist.
Sarah Vela / Lisa Oduor-NoahGeorges Island
Sarah Vela is a singer-songwriter and performer based out of Oakland, California. Her sound offers a laidback, soulful, and captivating effect. Lisa Akech Oduor-Noah is a Kenyan singer who was introduced to music through her sibling’s playing of varied styles of music, from R&B to Lingala.
Born into a musical family, Gregory George Groover Jr., is a 23-year-old tenor saxophonist who has possessed a passion for music since age 10.
Justin SalisburyBrewer Plaza
While growing up in the small town of Clatskanie, Oregon, Justin Salisbury studied and played with many of the Pacific Northwest's finest musicians, including Clay Giberson, Derek Sims, and Alan Jones.
Brandon DiazBoston Public Library
Brandon Diaz is a gifted and highly accomplished vocalist, songwriter, and musician from Ashburn, Virginia.
Rule-breaking, genre-bending, and thoroughly entertaining, the Bad Plus has created an uncompromising body of work by shattering convention, creating bold, original compositions, and deconstructing songs from pop, rock, and classical music. Presented by World Music/CRASHarts.
Composer and pianist Seulah Noh shares her original jazz compositions and arrangements, accompanied by her fusion jazz group.
Yuta Yamaguchi will play the works of the best big band jazz with the finest jazz performers at Berklee.
Swiss bassist, singer, and composer Sharon Renold presents an evening of originals and arrangements.
Voice principal Valeria Gracia will present a set of cover songs that have special meaning to her.
In support of his latest release, Songs from a Broken Heart, Jonathan O'Neal's concert will rattle and roll the audience with the sweet sounds of the blues.
Bassist/EPD principal Shimon Gambourg presents an all-original program of his most recent compositional effort, rooted deeply in the practices of jazz and improvisational music.
Karim Saber presents a set of music from the standard repertoire.
Jihyung Hong presents some jazz standards in a new, fresh way.
Ansonia is an electronic indie-pop group performing original material and covers.
Julian Pinelli's senior recital will feature various ensembles comprising fellow musicians and friends performing original acoustic music.
Guitarist Weijun Yang presents a fun night filled with soulful, mostly original music, mixed with some covers in the pop-rock genres.
Peteris and his band will perform original jazz/fusion music.
In her first and last recital at Berklee, Dahee Shin will play songs she wrote with the help of awesome musicians. The concert will feature pop, indie pop, and jazz.
Vocalist Matilde Soto-Aguilar presents an evening of original music.
Drum set principal Gary Kerkezou presents his jazz senior recital.
Vid Jamnik's Urgent Detergent presents a variety of original compositions in the jazz idiom.
In her senior recital, Aida De Moya will present various styles from Brazil in solo, duo, and small ensemble format featuring music by Baden Powell, Tom Jobim, and Chico Pinheiro, among others.
Pritesh Walia's band will play a set of original and cover songs with multiple featured musicians.
Drummer Bas Janssen concludes his time at Berklee with a showcase of his musical journey here.