The Last Bandoleros are a four-piece outfit that blends Tex-Mex, country, and rock ’n’ roll. Honeysuckle is a progressive folk act that blends older influences and traditional instrumentation with modern effects and inspiration.
In conjunction with the Red Room at Cafe 939, the Songwriting Department is proud to present this open mic event for Berklee songwriters, held on the last Monday of each month.
This tribute to Dave Valentin was the brainchild of Berklee bass professor and Latino director Oscar Stagnaro, who was inspired by many years of working alongside one of the most important Latin flute players of all time.
In his senior recital, bassist Benjamin K. Daniels performs all the songs he's ever wanted to perform on a Berklee stage.
The Berklee Songwriting Department presents an evening of hip-hop, showcasing the varied styles of this genre through performances from current Berklee students.
Akinetic, the new album from In Tall Buildings, a one-man polymathic project of Chicago songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Erik Hall, sees its creator plunge headlong into allegories of communication, loss, impulse, vice, and mass-denialism.
A highly revered artist manager and advocate, concert promoter, and producer, Dan Russell has embraced his passion for writing and now performs his own original music. Boketto the Wolf is a dusky pop-rock quartet featuring raw folk, crafty lyrics, and layered harmonies.
Manan Yashiro presents her senior recital, which will showcase her musical influences in R&B, soul, pop, and more.
Matt Chenery's senior recital will feature chill grooves and fusion featuring some vocals and all of his heart.
L.A. Salami (Lookman Adekunle Salami) is a singer-songwriter from London, England, known for crafting magnetic blues-rock songs with a postmodern twist. Cat Clyde is a brand-new artist based out of Stratford, Ontario.
The Weather Station is the fourth—and most forthright—album by the Weather Station, a project of Toronto, Canada, songwriter Tamara Lindeman. Sam Moss is a musician based in Boston, Massachusetts, whose 2016 release, Fable, was acclaimed by NPR, WXPN, and many others.
Sarah Bernadette is joined by friends she’s made along the way at Berklee for her senior recital, including original music and covers of favorites across a variety of genres.
Gil Smith II '99 is a renowned musical director, producer, and arranger. He and his team are looking for experienced rhythm sections and vocalists who are interested in touring the pop and urban commercial music space to audition for an upcoming summer tour and other high-profile projects.
One of Nashville's most celebrated songwriters, Caitlyn Smith's new album Starfire creates a portrait of an artist as a young woman, full of insightful observations, personal revelation, and commitment to craft. Andrea Davidson is an indie/pop singer-songwriter known for engaging audiences as a multi-instrumentalist and powerful solo performer.
Guitarist and composer Matthew Stevens released Preverbal, his second album as a bandleader, in March 2017. Justin Brown, a 33-year-old native of Oakland, California, is an extremely busy musician whose drumming with Thundercat, Gerald Clayton, Christian McBride, Stefon Harris, and Esperanza Spalding is a foretaste of his brilliant debut album as a leader with his band Nyeusi.
Five bands will be chosen to compete for the grand prize: a headlining gig in Boston. The donation of one nonperishable food item at the door will provide you entry to the event and one free raffle ticket.
For his senior recital, Orlando Latorre will discover the roots of Puerto Rico, featuring bomba, plena, salsa, and jazz.
The Songs for Social Change concert showcases the winners and runners-up of the Songs for Social Change contest.
In his last performance at Berklee, Karim Saber presents a set of original music with his quartet.
Berklee in the Round (BITR) occurs on the second Tuesday of every month. Each month, a faculty member selects four to five students and hosts a concert.