Berklee College of Music hosts hundreds of events throughout the year, including performances by students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as master classes, panel discussions, conferences, and other professional development opportunities.
Grammy-nominated saxophonist Ben Wendel presents music that Michael Brecker was working on before he passed away, which has not been played live or recorded. This workshop will introduce the project and serve as an open rehearsal for the concert.
Cuban pianist and composer Estefania Núñez Villamandos performs a combination of Cuban music, jazz, and Brazilian tunes that mark her time before and during her studies at Berklee. This recital will be performed among friends, and it will be Estefania's farewell concert as a Berklee student.
Join Christian recording artist Julie Kinscheck, assistant professor of voice, as she directs a mixed faculty and student-led worship night. Sing along on traditional and contemporary Christian favorites, crossing genres from rock to gospel. Featuring 14 student worship leaders on vocals!
Now in its 26th year, Storytellers showcases Berklee's most original and compelling singers and singer-songwriters. Nine performers will reveal "the story behind the song" in an intimate, conversational setting.
R&B, pop, and soul singer Natalia Albertini will be taking the stage and showcasing an unplugged set with some talented friends. Natalia will be covering some of her favorite songs and performing her single she dropped in August, live for the first time.