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.
Sports / YEEK / teenenderRed Room at Cafe 939
Sports is an Oklahoma-based band of wizards who conjure pop music spells for all ears. YEEK is based in Los Angeles, California. teenender is a pop band from Boston, Massachusetts.
Darren BarrettJazz at the Fort
As part of Jazz at the Fort, critically acclaimed master American jazz trumpeter and bandleader Darren Barrett, also an educator and recording artist, will perform.
Five-Week Summer Performance Program: Vocal NightBerklee Performance Center
Students from Berklee's Five-Week Summer Performance Program deliver vocal performances showcasing elements of what they have learned in the program.
a l e a crafts new music that will unravel a colorful experience of bullerengue and cumbia with a more soulful approach.
Born and raised in Ukraine and heavily influenced by his Azerbaijani heritage, Han Beyli's eclectic background and influences have merged to create a listening experience that is one of a kind.
Hailing from Ecuador, singer Gerson Eguiguren is also a violinist, violist, and pianist who has performed alongside recognized figures around the globe.
MIXCLA is a play on words and sounds coming from the mountains of Chile, to the traditions of Japan, and driven by the fires of Cuba, to achieve a truly unique Latin jazz experience.
As part of the Tito Puente Latin Music Series, Los Hacheros revives folkloric styles like son montuno, guaracha, and salsa, and often combines them with bomba, a fiery rhythm from the mountains of Puerto Rico.
This concert will feature the winners of the Five-Week Summer Performance Program's Instrumental Showcase auditions.
Since before the age of 10, Alex Olsen has been proving himself to be an innovative, masterful pianist and composer.
In his senior recital, guitarist Albert Moreno will perform a mix of original compositions and jazz standards.
Self Portraits is a female-fronted rock band from Berklee College of Music.
Guitar principal Jonathan Koh and friends present an evening of electronic music.
Jordan Pasquin will perform a variety of music ranging from jazz fusion to rock 'n' roll and metal.
Adam Torres is a folk singer-songwriter based in Austin, Texas. Aura Pineda is a singer-songwriter with Finnish, Filipino, and American roots.
Pamela Robles is an alternative R&B/soul artist from the beautiful Island of the Dominican Republic.
Harshitha Krishnan is a performing and recording artist of Indian origin from Lagos, Nigeria.
From South Korea, pianist Hari Kim has studied abroad in Boston for three years.
Accompanied by his sextet, Mauricio Morales presents his recital at Berklee performing original music.
Erika Yang's performance will feature various genres of songs.
Pianist Jay Kim presents his senior recital.
Tomo Fujita and Neal Iztler will perform blues, jazz, and funk, from Bob Dylan to jazz standards, and funky originals by Fujita.
Yair Amster shares his original music inspired by his musical journey around the world and backed up by his group of super-talented musicians.