Marc-Anthony Thompson401 Park in The Fenway
Marc-Anthony Thompson, a recent graduate of Berklee College of Music, is a local saxophonist known for his ability to make the audience part of his performance.
Kurt Morgan: Making Something out of Nothing and Selling ItDavid Friend Recital Hall
At this unique creative workshop, Kurt Morgan will demonstrate his favorite techniques for getting the creative juices flowing, composing original music, and developing your unique voice as a musician.
Latin VibesOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Vibraphonist Samuel Cerra performs a set of rearranged songs from the Latin repertoire.
Dreion is a vocalist, songwriter, and performing artist from Omaha, Nebraska. As a student at Berklee College of Music, majoring in songwriting with a minor in Africana studies, he balances his academic and performing life with being a husband and a father.
Peter CincottiRed Room at Cafe 939
Hailed as “the rebirth of cool” by Elle magazine, Peter Cincotti explores styles that blend pop, rock, blues, and jazz, and has collaborated with artists ranging from DJ David Guetta to Andrea Bocelli.
Jace PayackapanBerklee Dining Hall
Thai singer-songwriter Jace Payackapan will perform her first live show, featuring originals and cover songs that push the boundaries of pop, with influences from jazz and R&B.
Dedicated to the music of the Mediterranean and the Balkans, Tamara Jokic sings in eight languages, writes her own music, and performs in a variety of styles that are uniquely brought together in her own artistic expression.
Ana María Villa is a 26-year-old performer and vocalist from Bogotá, Colombia.
Harry Egan is a singer-songwriter from San Francisco.
Salvatore Zanelli, a Boston, Massachusetts–based musician and composer, has been playing piano since age 6, when he studied classical music. Recently, he has expanded to playing Latin, jazz, and other contemporary styles of piano.
Daryl Lowery (tenor sax), joined by fellow Berklee College of Music faculty Mark Walker (drums) and David Clark (bass), performs soon-to-be-released original music and selections from his latest release. The performance will be followed by a discussion of the creative process involved in each composition.
Singer-songwriter Aaron Kim performs a set of original songs and covers in a combination of R&B, neo-soul, and hip-hop styles.
Italian guitarist Francesco Staccioli and pianist Riccardo Gresino perform with their collective. Be prepared to experience grooves, cool melodies, and sparkling arrangements.
Performing under the name Lick Neon, this collective has spent the past year making the rounds on the underground circuit, bringing Texas blues, slacker rock, and folk music to Boston bars and basements.
Cindy Latin is a pop and R&B songwriter with musical influences ranging from Stevie Wonder and Frank Ocean to Tori Kelly and John Coltrane.
Maxfield Anderson is a mandolinist, vocalist, songwriter, and composer born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma, currently studying at Berklee.
Lo Artiz, an independent artist born and raised in Miami, Florida, is a student at Berklee College of Music. Rooted in soul, this songwriter and performer is Janis Joplin and Amy Winehouse, wrapped in a cosmic bow.
Born in 1994 in Havana, Sheila del Bosque is one of the most in-demand young flutists in Cuba. Her music features contemporary and traditional Afro-Cuban music with the influence of European and jazz ingredients.
About You is a five-piece band that creates music for the head, heart, and hips.
The Sun Sets in the East is a music project filled with ethnic sounds, atmospheric ideas, and structural concepts from different eras. The group believes in creating parallel universes through music, using a combination of world music and ethereal sounds.
Havins, led by singer-songwriter Dillon Havins, is an alternative Americana band based in Boston, Massachusetts. Arthouse, a Ukrainian singer-songwriter who was raised in New York City but matured in Europe, writes songs about love, desperation, humanity, and the times.
Fryderyk Hoang Dong presents music that inspires him as well as original compositions.
Gilenny Gi is a veteran Dominican singer and great interpreter of bachata and merengue. She will play with percussionist and band leader Eric Germàn, who has performed with Cheo Feliciano, Andy Montañez, and Ismael Miranda, among others.
Enjoy a concert of standards and not-so standards led by bassist John Pierce and featuring Gaye Tolan Hatfield (voice and flute) and Brad Hatfield (piano).
Alex Maes, a singer-songwriter from Salida, Colorado, aims to spread positivity through her music, empowering people to create social change. Her songs have intricate melodies, strong rhythms, and creative grooves that are catchy, creative, and exhilarating.
Lea Grace Swinson is a musician from Boston, Massachusetts, who has performed at TD Garden, Fenway Park, and the Strand Theatre (with gospel legend Kirk Franklin).