Staccioli and Gresino CollectiveBerk Recital Hall
Italian guitarist Francesco Staccioli and pianist Riccardo Gresino perform funk and neo-soul originals and arrangements.
CESKIEBerk Recital Hall
Join CESKIE and her first-rate band, featuring some of Berklee College of Music’s most formidable upcoming artists.
The Nude Party / Bong WishRed Room at Cafe 939
The Nude Party congealed as one unit in the southern mountain town of Boone, North Carolina, in 2013. Bong Wish is the moniker of Massachusetts-based artist Mariam Saleh.
Lizz Wright and Lean on Me: José James Celebrates Bill WithersBerklee Performance Center
Lizz Wright is one of the most respected jazz and popular singers of her generation. New York City–based vocalist José James is often referred to as a jazz singer for the hip-hop generation.
From Tchaikovsky to Dvořák: Slavic Night with Sofija ZlatanovaBerk Recital Hall
Acclaimed Eastern European violist and violinist Sofija Zlatanova presents From Tchaikovsky to Dvořák, an evening celebrating the great Slavic composers.
Blythe and the BoysBerklee Dining Hall
Blythe Schulte presents a multi-genre set of original tunes and covers produced, directed, written, and performed by her and a 16-piece band of international and domestic Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee musicians.
S.O.C.A. Presents RISE, Featuring Riddim SymphonyBerklee Performance Center
Berklee College of Music’s Riddim Symphony will bring you the hits of soca, reggae, dancehall, and more.
NellyBerk Recital Hall
Nelly, joined by her band, presents an evening of original music. The recital also includes covers that feature a different take on popular songs that we all know and love, influenced by jazz.
Claire Mulvaney, Featuring Women Musicians NetworkOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Guitarist Claire Mulvaney presents pop, rock, jazz, and R&B, accompanied by a group featuring members of the Women Musicians Network.
Harry Jay / Miette Hope / CypressRed Room at Cafe 939
Harry Jay, an R&B, soul, and funk artist with a knack for catchy, soulful hooks, and dreamy neo-soul harmonies, performs. Singer-songwriter Miette Hope and Ben Higginbotham's band Cypress also perform.
Actress, singer, writer, and comedian Lucy Aiken presents a recital that features traditional and contemporary musical theater songs, as well as pop, rock, and jazz songs that she has used for auditions.
This performance features students from the Mixed Styles Improvisation Ensemble, taught by Berklee College of Music voice instructor Sarah Kervin.
Students from Peter Eldridge's Art of Song Reinvention class perform arrangements developed in class over the course of the semester, featuring a full rhythm section including Eldridge on piano.
Jeannie Gagné's Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble performs original and classic tunes with an all-star rhythm section.
In her senior recital, pianist Yuna presents original songs.
Led by mandolinist Joe K. Walsh and featuring Berklee College of Music students and faculty, this concert features string band music influenced by modern masters of the form such as Béla Fleck, Darol Anger, Edgar Meyer, and Sierra Hull.
The Berklee Symphonic Winds present a concert of traditional and contemporary wind ensemble music from the British Isles.
Students of Neil Olmstead will perform in a solo piano recital of classical and jazz repertoire.
Join us for epic world building with faculty member Mimi Rabson's Free Improv Ensemble, then stay around to celebrate with her Funkestra.
The spring concert of the Eclectic Electrics features contemporary jazz for five guitars and a rhythm section.
Voice faculty Jamie Lynn Hart directs the Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble in a concert that displays solo and group performances from students with a staff rhythm section.
Guitarist Ben Bass presents a set of original compositions and standard tunes.
This showcase features audio, video, and research capstone projects from students majoring in electronic production and design.
Groovalicious, directed by Gwen Leathers, showcases the talent and musicianship of students from the Voice Department.
Few people can front a rock band, sing Górecki’s Third Symphony, lead a marching band processional down the streets of the Sundance Film Festival, and perform in a baroque opera of their own composing in a month’s time, but Shara Nova of My Brightest Diamond can.
Enjoy an evening of unexpected pairings of Leonard Bernstein music and superb, creative musicians. Hosted by Broadway musical director and radio host Seth Rudetsky with a special guest Broadway star, this show is a creative review, unlike any other Bernstein tribute you’ve seen.
French composer and multi-instrumentalist Yann Tiersen creates fragile, evocative compositions filled with achingly beautiful melodies.
Singer-songwriter, indie folk, and acoustic pop are labels that could apply to Mark Wilkinson, but ultimately he lends his voice to the human condition.
Lucas Santos presents his senior recital.
Alto saxophonist Sandy Hsu performs a set of original songs and arrangements in jazz styles.