Beta Radio / Matt SucichRed Room at Cafe 939
Rooted in vocal harmonies, acoustic and electric guitar, piano, banjo, and an eclectic range of additional instrumentation and soulful arrangements, Beta Radio’s Americana/folk sound is the result of a decadelong collaboration between Ben Mabry and Brent Holloman. Matt Sucich writes songs mostly with a pen and sings them always with his mouth.
Fred Hersch Presents Leaves of Grass Featuring Kurt Elling and Kate McGarryBerklee Performance Center
Leaves of Grass finds brilliant composer and pianist Fred Hersch setting Walt Whitman's exultant poetry to music.
Meow Meow and Thomas M. Lauderdale of Pink MartiniBerklee Performance Center
The Hotel Amour tour marks the musical love affair between Thomas M. Lauderdale, Pink Martini’s beloved founder, composer, and pianist, and Meow Meow, international singing sensation and queen of chanson.
Jenny Lin Plays Philip GlassDavid Friend Recital Hall
Join Steinway pianist Jenny Lin as she performs seminal piano works by composer Philip Glass.
Tristano Centennial Celebration: The Life and Music of Lennie TristanoBerk Recital Hall
In celebration of the birthday centennial of Lennie Tristano, Berklee faculty Eunmi Shim and Neil Olmstead will present a program on Tristano’s life and music.
Sam SeibertOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Performance and songwriting major Sam Seibert presents an exciting afternoon of original hard rock, featuring new songs from his latest album Corruption, along with older favorites.
Caroline GuskeBerk Recital Hall
Singer-songwriter Caroline Guske will perform original compositions that feature a unique mix of pop, R&B, blues, and soul. Accompanying herself on the piano, she will be joined by a band of talented musician friends.
Maddy Kong: DiscoverOliver Colvin Recital Hall
Maddy Kong debuts “sesamii,” an artist project mixing dreamscape, house, trance, and bass music, showcasing her eclectic electronic music journey.
Stewart Mitchell: Ah Golly GeezBerk Recital Hall
Pianist Stewart Mitchell and his friends present original songs. If you enjoy alternative rock, you will like this concert.
Henrique De Almeida, a drum set artist, clinician, and associate professor of percussion at Berklee College of Music, presents concepts from his Berklee Press book Double Bass Integration for the Jazz Fusion Drummer. Learn double bass concepts that can be used in a variety of musical situations.
For his jazz composition portfolio, percussionist Pedro Sanjur will present a combination of jazz and Panamanian folk.
For his senior recital, drummer Patrick Yifan Sui will perform music in the jazz and fusion genres that he learned while at Berklee College of Music.
CHANTaSONIC is a groove-centered duo—featuring Wes Wirth on bass, guitar, loops, and vocals, and Sergio Bellotti on drums and vocals—that explores the art of chanting through uncensored grooves, soulful melodies, and hip-provisations.
Zachary Brody delivers a senior recital that celebrates his experience at Berklee College of Music—and the people who helped him. The concert will showcase performances from the Cotones.
The viola duo Shizuka, composed of Sam Kelder and Hannah Nicholas, present a concert of music by Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty composers, including Andrew List, Marti Epstein, Yoon-Ji lee, Mischa Salkind-Pearl, and Eun Young Lee.
Piano principal and composer Selena Jin and her band present original compositions and arrangements of covers inspired by classical, contemporary, and impressionism, combined with pop music styles.
Sofie is a singer-songwriter from Ghana who writes music with an acoustic, alternative vibe. 7th Degree is a nine-piece funk/fusion band that formed because of similar musical interests and immediate chemistry.
The Makanda Project is an ensemble dedicated to performing the previously unrecorded compositions of Makanda Ken McIntyre.
Berklee College of Music marimba players perform an interesting variety of classical contemporary pieces.
Jon Sullivan and his band will perform a set of jazz fusion originals and covers.
Marko Djordjevic conducts a clinic and performance, featuring an ensemble of Berklee College of Music’s finest students.
Daniel Hallett, an Australian/Indian/British/Chinese marimbist, presents a survey of marimba music from Serbia, the United States, China, and Germany.
Berklee College of Music percussion professor Tony “Thunder” Smith presents odd-time signatures and groupings through modern day music, with special guests and fellow faculty members Daniel “Mo” Morris and Marty Walsh.
Singer-songwriter and arranger Cindy Latin presents a night of her original works, which are a blend of a pop/R&B top line and feel, with jazz-inspired harmony.
Korean singer-songwriter Jeong A Kim presents her first recital with original songs, mostly in ballad and R&B styles.
Raised in Laurel, Maryland, Garth. is a singer, producer, and multi-instrumentalist currently based in New York City. Fish House is a cruise ship jam band that blends rock and R&B.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled. Refunds are available at the point-of-purchase site during business hours.
Latin Grammy Award winner Vicente Amigo is known as one of today’s most dazzling flamenco guitarists and a likely successor to Paco de Lucía.
Assisted by faculty advisor Bob Pilkington, an ensemble of elite Berklee College of Music students performs music charted by senior jazz composition majors.
Hong Kong fusion guitarist NCW James presents a collection of fusion and jazz based on his musical and life experiences.