Shamarr AllenRed Room at Cafe 939
Hailing from the city’s Lower Ninth Ward, Shamarr Allen epitomizes New Orleans music, showcasing influences in jazz, hip-hop, rock, funk, blues, and country.
Ryan McMullan / Ken YatesRed Room at Cafe 939
Ryan McMullan, a native of Portaferry, Ireland, released his second single, “Rebellion,” in September 2019. Born and raised in London, Canada, Ken Yates has gained a reputation as one of his country’s brightest singer-songwriters.
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.
Orlando Gilbert, a tenor saxophonist from New Orleans, Louisiana, plays a set of originals and covers in a celebration of black American music.
The CWP Student Concert features some of the most talented contemporary writing and production students at Berklee College of Music performing dynamic songs, arrangements, and original compositions in a mix of electrifying music.
Hannah Weiss presents her final performance at Berklee College of Music, performing a nostalgic set of songs tied to significant moments in her life.
For his recital, Brazilian electric guitarist João Moschkovich perfroms a set of original arrangements of cartoon tunes.
Seven actresses, who happen to be fantastic singers and multi-instrumentalists, come together to create a life-affirming performance about love, freedom, and beauty, which, at the end of the day, will save the world.
The Berklee Urban Service Awards (BUSA) celebrate Berklee students, faculty, staff, alumni, and partner organizations who perform social change in the Greater Boston area, and honors people who make a difference in Boston communities.
Join us for a special double bill with acclaimed vocalist, composer, and arranger Alicia Olatuja and rising star Matthew Whitaker.
Acclaimed composer, trumpeter, and multi-instrumentalist Amir ElSaffar’s Rivers of Sound brings together 17 musicians from a broad spectrum of traditions, ranging from Iraqi maqam to American jazz.
Argentinian songwriter Martín Guas shares his music in his final concert at Berklee College of Music. His compositions feature world music and a curious interest in open tunings on acoustic guitar.
Guitarist Millisa Henderson performs music from her original band, Hydria, as well as an array of rock and instrumental covers.
Flutist Celine Hawker presents her senior recital, which will include pieces by Bach, Reinecke, Martinů, Piazzolla, and others. The recital also will feature parts of classical/jazz crossover pieces Suite and Suite No. 2 for Flute and Jazz Piano Trio by Claude Bolling.
Saxophonist Itamar Efrat presents his senior recital.
Join Nelly Ake as she debuts original music and presents a new take on classics.
The Berklee Middle Eastern Festival is a celebrated annual event that brings together guest artists from the region, as well as community musicians, students, visual artists, and dancers from all over the world to celebrate the music of the Middle East, the Balkans, the Caucasus, and the Mediterranean.
Gaby Cotter and the Timba Messengers is a project that mixes of the greatness of Latin American sounds with a touch of jazz and Afro-Caribbean music. Their songs combine perky lyrics, sassy attitude, and powerful messages.
Singer-songwriter Richard Weng and his band perform a set of original songs and covers in a combination of pop and rock styles.
Precious Perez presents an eclectic program of covers and originals, inspired by love, that span multiple genres and languages.
Clarinetist Benjamin Cousins presents a night of music influenced by his love for his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, and all the great instructors who have influenced him through the years.
Berklee students perform songs from Fiddler on the Roof, Guys and Dolls, and Mary Poppins. The performance is conducted by Danielle Breitstein, Brandon Jackson, and Jeremy Tolsky.
Join the Berklee Musical Theater for Young Audiences Ensemble as it presents an original student adaptation of the classic Chinese tale Journey to the West.