We discuss how jazz has gained popularity among younger audiences due to the influence of the new generation of jazz musicians.
Some things only happen at Berklee. We made a list of our favorites, from the Snarky Puppy craze to the infamous "let's jam sometime," just for your reading pleasure.
This year’s BeanTown Jazz Festival will feature: Sheila E., Snarky Puppy, Miguel Zenón, Dionne Farris & Russell Gunn Quartet, Ambrose Akinmusire, and more, along with a presentation of the Natixis-Berklee City Music Scholarship.
This continuation of part one from the 2013 BeanTown Jazz Festival review covers Gary Burton’s New Quartet and Snarky Puppy's performances, completing the weekend festival with vibrancy.
Snarky Puppy ignited energetic flare at their first performance in Berklee’s Performance Center on March 30.
The 3-time Dallas Observer Music Award winning instrumental group, Snarky Puppy, will be performing at the Berklee Performance Center on March 30 at 8:00p.m.
Michael League, the driving force behind the progressive jazz fusion group Snarky Puppy, brought his band of hip, young virtuosos to Café 939’s Red Room on Tuesday, October 2nd for one of two nights of raucous jamming.