Drummer Isaac Seabrook presents his senior recital, featuring Kevin Kim (saxophone) and Toivo Hannigan (guitar and electronics).
Deep Waters is a four-piece rock band formed last year by Andrei Stratulat, a 21-year-old guitarist and songwriter. The band plays solely original music, drawing inspiration from rock ’n’ roll acts such as Led Zeppelin, Deep Purple, Black Sabbath, Humble Pie, and Wishbone Ash.
Miles Burger and friends are going to play some tunes. Come if you'd like—or not (that's cool, too).
Bassist Josh Bean plays his favorite songs, written by friends, in a dynamic set of music ranging from indie-pop to rap folk.
Bassist and writer Johnny Nicholl assembles a band of friends and musicians to play original music and his favorite tunes.
Trombonist and composer Leo Fish leads a performance of eclectic jazz–influenced original music, featuring acoustic, electric, and large ensemble settings.
In his final performance as a leader at Berklee College of Music, guitarist and songwriter Leo Varella leads an ensemble that will explore his original music as a front man.
Norwegian percussionist Thomas Debelian performs originals and covers from all over the world, combining Brazilian, Norwegian, Middle Eastern and Afro-Cuban music styles.
Double bass principal and composer Manos Stratis, joined by a band and guests, presents a performance of various styles, incorporating worldwide inspirations.
Hand percussionist Juan P. Tello presents his senior recital.
For his senior recital, keyboard player Jonathan Huber presents music from several genres.
Nicole Schmidt presents a collection of original music and songs that have shaped her time at Berklee College of Music.
Nikos Chatzitsakos performs jazz standards from the 1930s through the 1980s, as well as compositions from jazz musicians of the same era.
For his jazz composition portfolio, bassist and composer Cyrus Campbell presents new music for jazz ensemble.
Brazilian guitarist and composer Lucas Fonseca, always seeking a modern sound but never abandoning his Brazilian roots, presents his first concert as a big-band leader.
Makoto Ishizaka, an acoustic bass principal and composer, and his band present an evening of dynamic compositions and arrangements inspired by jazz and Japanese music.
For his jazz composition portfolio, bassist Nikos Chatzitsakos performs originals, arrangements of popular songs from the Broadway era (1920s–1960s), and compositions by jazz musicians from the same period.
Peter Chen presents his senior recital.
Drummer Max Meizlish performs five mini sets with various groups from Berklee College of Music. From restaurant jazz to explosive alternative rock, this recital showcases his versatility on the drums.
Pop and R&B artist Isabella Ramos performs a set of original songs and covers, sharing her vulnerability through original songs and music that feels personal to her.