Mitch Seidman, a professor in the Ear Training Department, will demonstrate practice techniques that will help instrumentalists and vocalists of various levels of ability enhance their musicality.
A virtuosic, award-winning guitarist with a gift for insightful songwriting, Molly Tuttle evolves her signature sound with boundary-breaking songs on her compelling debut album, When You’re Ready.
Daryl Lowery (tenor sax), joined by fellow Berklee College of Music faculty Mark Walker (drums) and David Clark (bass), performs soon-to-be-released original music and selections from his latest release. The performance will be followed by a discussion of the creative process involved in each composition.
Havins, led by singer-songwriter Dillon Havins, is an alternative Americana band based in Boston, Massachusetts. Arthouse, a Ukrainian singer-songwriter who was raised in New York City but matured in Europe, writes songs about love, desperation, humanity, and the times.
Fujiya & Miyagi, based in Brighton, England, have been making expansive, experimental, and multifaceted electronic-driven music for 20 years.
Emerging from a burgeoning youth culture in Los Angeles, Liily delivers wildly frenetic shows, pointing to a new vision for alternative and hard rock music.
Discover ways to make your practice more efficient and impactful.
Don’t miss an evening of the best hip-hop Boston, Massachusetts, has to offer, curated by the city’s own Dreamer.
Ensembles professor Dave Weigert demonstrates the many types of written (or not) parts that songwriters use for gigs, recordings, and performances. Handouts will be available.
FuzzKill, established in early 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts, is a post-grunge rock band with heavy influences from the pop, punk, and alternative metal scenes. Sounds & Scenarios is an emo/pop-punk act from Boston.
Lucas Santos presents his senior recital.
Yong Yoon Kim, a jazz composer and graduating senior at Berklee College of Music, presents his compositions with a fabulous band.
Violist Yi-Hsuan Liu presents her jazz composition portfolio.
For his senior performance recital, pianist and composer Takumi Kakimoto presents recent original works in various settings.
Omani oud player and composer Amal Waqar presents original music and arrangements of timeless tunes from across the Middle East and North Africa.
Bassist Stefano Battaglia presents original compositions and jazz standards.
Alto saxophonist Caitlin Aylmer showcases the culmination of her work at Berklee College of Music as a performer and arranger. Her recital features traditional jazz standards alongside original modern compositions.
An accomplished guitarist and burgeoning songwriter, Annabelle Lord-Patey blends 1960s folk sensibilities with an aching amount of Elliott Smith. Matt Minigell is a Boston–based songwriter, musician, and busker. Sakura is a teenage singer-songwriter from Japan.
Matthew and the Atlas, the project led by British songwriter Matt Hegarty, has traversed a range of musical territories from classic acoustic folk to dramatic, synth-laden electronica to urgent, guitar-led alt-rock. Boy Bjorn (a new solo project from Brian Holl, formerly of Foreign Fields) makes music that expresses the pains of his younger self.
A Hand through the Cellar Door is Luke Temple’s most straightforward collection of storytelling tunes to date. There are tales of dysfunctional, broken homes and of dysfunctional, broken people. Celestial and soulful, Meernaa’s songs manage to remain grounded in the natural world.