Devina and Friends: Three-Part Genre InfusionBerk Recital Hall
Trumpet player and vocalist Devina Boughton showcases three groups in a myriad of genres, including original compositions and arrangements. They will artfully infuse the trumpet in everything from folk/rock to high energy ska/jazz.
Mikiko’s World, Part 2Berklee Dining Hall
Mikiko Sato, a Japanese singer-songwriter and composer, invites you into her musical world. Her recital will feature original songs and compositions in pop, funk, classical, and jazz genres.
HD CollectiveBerklee Dining Hall
Fryderyk HD presents a set of music featuring his favorite musicians at Berklee College of Music. The performance includes arrangements of popular songs and originals by artists from the college.
Julia JahngOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Korean American singer-songwriter Julia Jahng performs a collection of originals written in the pop and Christian contemporary genres.
Solomon Alber: Solo with SatellitesOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Northern California native Solomon Alber presents Solo with Satellites, a band that utilizes jazz, soul, and reggae to create a unique sound.
Mivos QuartetDavid Friend Recital Hall
Mivos Quartet performs a concert of new music.
Lil-eOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Vocalist Lily Marie Antonini, a.k.a. Lil-e, performs pop, disco, and Latin fusion songs.
Soundscapes of Spain: From Flamenco Roots to FusionBerklee Performance Center
Renowned flamenco artists Sonia Olla and Ismael Fernández (Madonna, Ricky Martin) join pianist and Berklee faculty member Olivia Pérez Collellmir and her acclaimed musicians to present an impassioned evening of music and dance from Spain.
ButtonwillowOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Buttonwillow navigates the uncharted waters of fiddle-ukulele duos with a blend of original music and obscure covers ranging from Django Reinhardt to Norwegian folk music.
John Funkhouser’s Brothers SextetBerk Recital Hall
Together for 20 years, John Funkhouser’s Brothers Sextet brings unbridled joy and spontaneity to each concert, along with empathy, fire, virtuosity, and profound intimacy.
Violist Cecelia Cook presents a compilation of some of her favorite pieces that she has worked on at Berklee College of Music, including jazz standards, Celtic medleys, original compositions, and some good old Bach.
Trombonist Sam Rowley and his group perform a selection of his original music along with other compositions influential to his artistic development.
Award-winning Berklee College of Music student composers present their works.
Hailing from Wisconsin, Dead Horses are known for the haunting vocals of frontwoman Sarah Vos, evocative storytelling, and a sound that bridges indie folk and their Midwestern approach to Americana. Folk/pop singer-songwriter Kate Rhudy features plainspoken lyrics.
While fans eagerly await the release of No Time to Die, the 25th James Bond movie, prepare to be shaken and stirred as Berklee’s most outstanding lead vocalists pay tribute to novelist Ian Fleming’s immortal and debonair Secret Intelligence Service agent, 007.
At Berklee’s annual Earth Day celebration, student bands perform original music about the environment, alternating with faculty and guest speakers.
Chilean guitarist and jazz composer Sebastian Fuentes performs a set of original jazz compositions.
Multi-instrumentalist Zachary Gilbert presents an hourlong concert of original music and covers of significance to him.
Join acclaimed musician and songwriter Grace Kelly and her band for a performance that will be recorded live.
Enjoy a dance night straight out of a 1980s Tokyo night club, with vinyl beats packed with magical girl charm and forgotten city pop classics. Joe-Lou of Space Heater will spin deep cuts and future funk remixes, accompanied by Vaporwave visuals by multimedia artist Joe Winograd.
From Berlin, Germany, Max Raabe & Palast Orchester luxuriate in the high style and musical glory of the ’20s and ’30s—with a cool contemporary twist.
This master class and interactive clinic focuses on the experience of adversity and how it can be embraced to enhance artistic and personal growth.
For his jazz composition portfolio, bassist Nikos Chatzitsakos performs originals, arrangements of popular songs from the Broadway era (1920s–1960s), and compositions by jazz musicians from the same period.
Drummer Jonah Salen performs a set of original music with his band Gatch, featuring combinations of rock, funk, bluegrass, and jazz styles.
The String Department at Berklee College of Music is proud to present its spring String Fling, a showcase that allows string students to share their bands, personal performance projects, and/or departmental ensembles with the greater Berklee community.
Berklee College of Music faculty members Francine Trester and Marti Epstein perform old and new works for violin and piano.
Join us for a recital featuring fifth-semester piano performance majors playing a wide range of repertoire in a solo or duo setting.
Join us for a showcase of a mixed styles improvisation ensemble led by Berklee College of Music voice instructor Sarah Kervin.
Jazz composer Dongsuk Easton Shin and his band present original compositions and arrangements.
South Korean drummer Jayson Ha performs a set of covers in a combination of R&B, funk, and gospel styles.