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Roving Summer Concert Series Rocks On

Berklee presents live jazz, folk, world music


Women of the World will perform with Berklee's Summer Concert Series.

Almost everyone loves these three words: free, summer, music.

Berklee College of Music presents its Summer Concert Series throughout the week at venues around Boston, from the Prudential Center and Harvard Longwood Campus to Kendall Square and the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum.

Featured performers include Women of the World, an ensemble with a mélange of voices from several nations, including Pakistan, Italy, Zimbabwe, Brazil, and the United States. Other concerts feature Emily Elbert, jazz-infused folk singer Alicia Lemke, the Paulo Stagnaro Quartet, and a range of other musical talent.

Women of the World performs today at 12:30 p.m. at the Harvard School of Public Health Longwood campus, accessible via the D train on the MBTA Green Line. The concert is free and open to the public. Visit Berklee’s calendar for more information about upcoming events.

Leslie Friday can be reached at lfriday@bu.edu; follow her on Twitter @lesliefriday.

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