Berklee's Center for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion, and the Black History Celebration Committee present a virtual performance celebrating Black artists, reflecting on Black history while moving towards an empowered future.
In this video rewind from 2017, Canada Night—an annual Berklee event showcasing the music of some of Berklee's Canadian artists—had a lineup including Piao Huang, Nate Daviau, Kayla, Phé, Madz and Luke, and Jessie Leith Munro.
This event has been postponed. A new date and time will be posted here soon.
Aristotle Jones is an energetic rapper, singer, and producer based in Boston. Combining the intellect and wit of his namesake with distinctive and often self-produced beats, he aims to create idiosyncratic music that pushes the envelope of traditional hip-hop.
Lilla Sabbah is a jazz-infused pop and soul singer-songwriter. She was born in Paris, France, adn grew up in Tahiti, French Polynesia, before moving to Los Angeles, California, in 2008. She has performed with Dee Dee Bridgewater and at the Jazz Education Network's Annual Conference, and she has sung in many more performances with her fellow artists at Berklee.
Having a passion for singing her whole life, Bri Joi was drawn to the diversity and leadership Berklee had to offer to perfect her craft. Her goal is to have an international platform of musical collaboration to inform, influence, and empower unity for her generation.
This video rewind from 2017 features the music of composer/arranger/pianist and artist-in-residence Michael Abene, performed by a large ensemble of some of Berklee’s finest soloists and ensemble players at the Berklee Performance Center.
The 2021 Great American Songbook concert will pay tribute to Carole King’s monumental and universally beloved album Tapestry, which turns 50 this year. Produced by Maureen McMullan ’09, the virtual concert will feature some of Berklee’s most outstanding vocalists, instrumentalists, arrangers, track producers, engineers, and special guests.