Berklee Partners with Concert Window to Stream Live Music Performances

Nick Balkin
September 14, 2011

Can't make it to the show? Berklee College of Music is partnering with Concert Window to stream high-quality video for select live musical performances at the Berklee Performance Center.

Concert Window will host over 20 shows at Berklee in the coming weeks, including performances by jazz drummer Peter Erskine, who has played with Steely Dan, Weather Report, and countless others (September 28); faculty guitarist Julien Kasper's tribute to Led Zeppelin's Houses of the Holy (October 13); the Asian Music and Culture Festival (October 24); a performance of Michael Jackson's Thriller in its entirety, presented by faculty bassist Tom Appleman (October 31); a faculty tribute to the music of Sun Ra (November 3), and Singer's Night, featuring Berklee's finest student vocalists (November 15). For the full schedule, visit

Founded by Dan Gurney and Forrest O'Connor, Concert Window aims to help musicians and venues by streaming their performances and advertising their music and merchandise. Viewers can also watch live streams from Club Passim and Longy School of Music (Cambridge, Massachusetts), Le Poisson Rouge (New York, New York), and Tupelo Music Hall (Londonderry, New Hampshire).

"The Berklee Performance Center has such an adventurous concert schedule featuring incredible artists, so the opportunity to partner with the college really means a lot to us," says O'Connor. "Berklee understands live concert streaming is developing into a significant segment of the music industry."