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Riddim Symphony is an authentic soca/calypso and reggae band founded by Berklee students. Founded on the shared love for their Caribbean heritage, Riddim Symphony was created to push the boundaries of live Caribbean music.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Born in Havana, Sheila del Bosque is an expert in Latin jazz and Cuban music. Joined by her backing band, the versatile flutist will mix contemporary and traditional Afro-Cuban music with European and jazz ingredients.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Berklee’s Bob Marley tribute band pays homage to the famed musician. United by a shared love of reggae, the musicians of One Drop bring their own unique cultural perspectives and musical backgrounds to the music of Bob Marley and the Wailers.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Born in Spain, rapper and jazz musician Tristan Simone crosses genres and boundaries in his performances. Simone addresses his cultural and political identity as he raps in both English and Spanish.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Dreion Murrell is a songwriter from Omaha, Nebraska. Blending gospel, soul, funk, and R&B, Dreion’s emotional, soulful music offers joy, inspiration, and hope.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Mestizas is an all-female group specializing in a fusion of flamenco, Latin, and jazz genres, with an extended repertoire of covers and originals. With vibrant vocals and outstanding musicianship, the band’s girl power stands out in a male-dominated environment as one of the most original bands at Berklee College of Music.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

Note: Mestizas has replaced the originally scheduled Clave & Blues.

 

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Them Fantasies is a Boston indie rock trio founded by Dominic Cannarella and Eric McCoy and joined by Steven Velasquez. They will get you on your feet and remind you of your long-lost love all at the same time.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Malaya Watson is a songwriter, musician, and producer born and raised in Detroit, Michigan. Malaya’s lush electronic sound is inspired by her father and grandfather and their shared love soul and R&B.

Grab a drink, soak up the summer sun, and hear some of Boston’s best up-and-coming musicians on Thursday nights at Harborwalk Sounds, presented in partnership with Berklee College of Music.

 

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Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, Brandon Harris is a 20-year-old singer-songwriter full of rhythm and soul whose voice and charm are eye-catching. His creative lyricism and impeccable musicality make him truly a one-of-a-kind artist. He found his love for music in the church at the age of 10, and has been writing and releasing his own material ever since. His artistry as a musician, singer, writer, and performer is influenced by artists such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Usher, and Beyoncé. He is currently finishing his studies at Berklee College of Music and recently dropped an album entitled Salt, available on all streaming platforms.

A summer concert tradition returns…with a twist. The ICA’s annual summer concert series Harborwalk Sounds goes virtual this August with a series of weekly online concert events created in collaboration with Berklee College of Music. Every Thursday in August enjoy a concert from home featuring Berklee’s best and brightest musicians. With performances spanning from R&B to pop and Latin to soul, Berklee’s talented musicians will bring the party right to your door.

Are there access accommodations that would be useful to help you fully participate in this program (e.g. captioning, ASL, post-program transcript)? Let us know at accessibility@icaboston.org.


Your support helps keeps programs like this – both virtual and in-person – free and accessible in this time of uncertainty. If you are able, please consider becoming a member or making a one-time gift to support the ICA.

Gaby Cotter is a singer, songwriter, and vocal coach with a mellow voice and a strong stage presence. Originally from Panama, the recent Berklee grad portrays in her music the greatness of Latin American sounds with a touch of jazz, pop, and R&B. She combines perky lyrics, sassy attitude, and powerful messages; telling stories one song at the time.

A summer concert tradition returns…with a twist. The ICA’s annual summer concert series Harborwalk Sounds goes virtual this August with a series of weekly online concert events created in collaboration with Berklee College of Music. Every Thursday in August enjoy a concert from home featuring Berklee’s best and brightest musicians. With performances spanning from R&B to pop and Latin to soul, Berklee’s talented musicians will bring the party right to your door.

Are there access accommodations that would be useful to help you fully participate in this program (e.g. captioning, ASL, post-program transcript)? Let us know at accessibility@icaboston.org.


Your support helps keeps programs like this – both virtual and in-person – free and accessible in this time of uncertainty. If you are able, please consider becoming a member or making a one-time gift to support the ICA.