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.
Students from Peter Eldridge’s Art of Song Reinvention class perform arrangements developed over the course of the semester, featuring a full rhythm section and Eldridge on piano. All genres, from pop to soul to jazz, will be covered.
The Be-Bop Guitars student guitar ensemble features five of the finest guitarists at Berklee College of Music and a rhythm section performing arrangements and compositions written specifically for the group in jazz, Latin, and blues styles.
Directed by associate professor of voice Ana Guigui, this performance features Berklee College of Music students enrolled in PSVC-P171 Creating a One-Person Show performing their extraordinary life stories in an intimate and personal setting.
The Berklee Symphonic Winds presents a concert featuring traditional and contemporary works for winds, brass, and percussion.
Manfredi Caputo and his band present a combination of salsa and folkloric rhythm from the Caribbean Islands.
Enjoy beautiful classical ensemble music involving piano, from Baroque through contemporary.
This evening of string chamber music performed by Berklee students includes a varied repertoire such as quartets by Shostakovich, Debussy, Mozart, and Beethoven, as well as original student compositions.
Hey Rim Jeon, associate professor in the Piano Department at Berklee College of Music, leads a solo piano concert featuring students from her course, Solo Piano Improvisations of Keith Jarrett, as well as from her private studio.
Students from Peter Eldridge’s Vocal Perspectives of Songwriting class perform original tunes created from class assignments.
Groovalicious, directed by Gwen Leathers, showcases the talent and musicianship of students from the Voice Department.
Chris Dovas performs solo material for his senior recital in a death metal style. Expect blast beats, fast guitar riffs, guitar solos, crazy basslines, and guttural vocals.
Qantara, which means arch in Arabic, brings to life a vision for the fusion of world jazz, Middle Eastern, western classical, and Latin American music in a way that transcends the boundaries of genre and geography.
Berklee College of Music voice professor Jeannie Gagné directs the Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble in a concert featuring solo performances from students with a staff rhythm section.
This concert features Berklee College of Music professor Tim Ray and student pianists from his class, The Music of Jarrett, Hancock & Corea, performing original material composed by these three giants of jazz piano, as well as standard tunes associated with them.
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.
Scottish saxophone player James Steele performs jazz and blues, playing mostly cover songs that he has learned and enjoyed playing since enrolling at Berklee College of Music.
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.
Electronic Production and Design students from Berklee College of Music will play a variety of their own music productions, sound for visual media projects, and musical technology design projects.
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.
Iconic diva Eva Ayllón, a Latin Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner, celebrates a career spanning more than five decades of performing música criolla around the globe.