Join the Career Center for the annual Job and Internship Expo. This event offers an exclusive opportunity for current students to network with a diverse mix of employers from across the music, performing arts, entertainment, and technology industries.
Contemporary violin virtuoso Jozef Nadj brings his band Groove Machine to Berklee. Ensemble/String department faculty blends jazz, rock, and funk together beautifully with an accent on his significant electric violin sound.
The annual Symposium for Interconnected Arts and Music Performance, presented by the Berklee Global Jazz Institute (BGJI) and curated by BGJI Professor Patricia Zarate Perez, creates a space to explore the multidimensionality of music and the connections between creativity, improvisation, science, spirituality, and the broader human experience.
Faculty saxophonists and composers Allan Chase and Sam Spear co-lead a big band in a concert of pieces featuring alto saxophone, including their new original compositions and classics by Oliver Nelson, Prince Shell, and Billy Strayhorn.
Every performance by Son Mass carries an enormous energy force characterized not only by its jazz-like harmonies and arrangements, but also for its extensive collective improvisation between the brass and rhythmic sections, while inevitably making the audience get on their feet and dance.
Emerald Jazz merges improvisational jazz with traditional Irish music. Join us to hear uilleann pipes and low whistle player Cillian Vallely, saxophonist Stan Strickland, pianist Witness Matlou, bassist Ron Mahdi, and drummer Ron Savage. The ensemble is directed by Irish fiddler Oisin McAuley.
The 16th annual Business of Hip-Hop Music Symposium, presented by the Music Business/Management Department, continues with Real Talk, a conversation about the business side of the industry with Grammy award-winning record producer, engineer, songwriter, and composer DannyBoyStyles.
Calling all music teachers, future teachers, parents, and caregivers! This hands-on session is designed to share innovative, jazz-based teaching strategies that promote creativity development for young children.
This concert will feature faculty members from different departments performing the music of former Ear Training Department Chair Steve Prosser, who passed away ten years ago. The music will be performed in various formats: duos, trios, quartets, quintets, and choral pieces.