Hannah SiglinMacy's Downtown Boston
Hannah Siglin is a singer-songwriter and guitarist.
Nikolai MishchenkoBerk Recital Hall
Award-winning pianist Nikolai Mishchenko presents original music, as well as arrangements and improvisations.
Green Line X-TensionOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Green Line X-Tension, a vocal group based in Boston, Massachusetts, combines a unique vocal blend and tightly woven harmonies in an eclectic repertoire of jazz standards, pop, rock, R&B, and original music.
Noa AngellBerklee Dining Hall
Noa Angell is a singer-songwriter of Eurasian, Dutch, and Indonesian heritage. Her music features modern pop with a mix of R&B, soul, and jazz influences.
String Department Faculty ConcertOliver Colvin Recital Hall
The Berklee College of Music String Department is excited to present its fall faculty concert, featuring an eclectic array of ensembles performing original pieces and exciting arrangements—with all the strings.
Tipling Rock / Dylan Rockoff / Olivia for NowRed Room at Cafe 939
Tipling Rock, a beach pop band based in Boston, Massachusetts, is composed of Ben Andre (vocals/guitar), Dillon Salkovitz (bass), and Tommy Schubert (drums). Dylan Rockoff is a pop and R&B artist based in Nashville, Tennessee. Olivia for Now makes musical postcards, built from shapes and colors felt and unseen.
Master Class with Singer-Songwriter Mary GauthierRed Room at Cafe 939
Join singer-songwriter Mary Gauthier for a master class on songwriting. Learn how to blaze a path to your unique voice, and how to use it to tell a story with truth that connects to listeners.
Christian Koomey and INVIBerk Recital Hall
Christian Koomey presents an evening of high-energy metal, over-the-top playing, and fusion elements—with help from his band INVI.
Extreme Vocals with David BenitesBerk Recital Hall
David Benites of Extreme Vocal Institute breaks down the fundamentals of metal and rock vocals. Learn more about metal vocal anatomy, distortion, health, warm-ups, practice, and execution for the studio, practice space, and stage.
Anibal Cruz’s Senior RecitalBerk Recital Hall
For his senior recital, Anibal Cruz presents a synthesis of his musical journey at Berklee College of Music. His originals and arrangements encompass a wide range of influences from Afro-Cuban to bebop and world music.
This concert features Tim Ray, associate professor of piano at Berklee College of Music, and student pianists from his class, The Music of Jarrett, Hancock, and Corea, performing original material composed by these three giants of jazz piano, as well as standard tunes associated with them.
This program includes performances of classical string chamber music by composers such as Shostakovich, Mozart, and Mendelssohn, performed by Berklee College of Music student chamber music groups.
Groovalicious, directed by Gwen Leathers, showcases the talent and musicianship of students from the Voice Department.
Enjoy a concert of traditional music for bowed strings from Greece, Turkey, Romania, Hungary, North Africa, and more.
The Berklee Symphonic Winds present a program of Yiddish and Hebrew music, set for wind ensemble.
Saxophone player Ji Woon performs a set of his works and original standards.
Students of faculty pianist Neil Olmstead will perform works from the classical and jazz solo piano repertoire.
Faculty pianist and vocalist Daniela Schachter leads a group of selected students who will perform Christmas tunes—or originals inspired by the holiday—using techniques learned in class. Students will explore different grooves and styles, with a personal touch.
The Eclectic Electrics Artist Ensemble has been an active performing group at Berklee College of Music for more than 20 years. It features some of the college's finest guitarists and rhythm section players.
Students from Peter Eldridge’s Vocal Perspectives of Songwriting class perform original tunes created from class assignments.
Guitarst Weisheng Wu presents several cover versions of his favorite tunes.
Berklee College of Music voice instructor Jamie Lynn Hart directs the Pop Rock Country Ensemble in a concert of solo and group student performances with a staff rhythm section.
For his senior recital, guitarist Nicholas Combs performs a diverse set of jazz, fusion, and R&B.
For his senior recital at Berklee College of Music, vocalist Xing Chen will perform 10 songs with his band and friends in mixed genres and languages. The concert also will feature original compositions.
For his senior recital, guitarist Jono Smithers presents a diverse mix of music, ranging from various standards to hip-hop and R&B.
Terence Blanchard and the E-Collective thrive off the mixture of Blanchard’s acumen and the innovations of four young musical pioneers: guitarist Charles Altura, pianist Fabian Almazan, bassist David “DJ” Ginyard Jr., and drummer Oscar Seaton Jr.
Fusion Nouveau, a band offering a blend of influences from early and contemporary fusion and classic horn band styles, presents the music of Bob Pilkington. Most of the band’s members are Berklee College of Music faculty.
Pianist Tim Ray presents a set of original compositions and arrangements from his new trio recording, which features John Patitucci on bass and Terri Lyne Carrington on drums.
Mivos Quartet performs a concert of new music.
The Ayn Inserto Jazz Orchestra, a local big band led by Berklee College of Music faculty member Ayn Inserto, will perform compositions by the bandleader and new arrangements of other compositions by women in jazz.