Join us for Music, food & drinks!
The Middle Gray is a collaborative art venue that hosts world-class innovative artists for weekly live music and art events. We offer a flexible platform for local and touring talent (especially Berklee friends!) with the mission of nourishing our community with the most interesting musical experience possible.
Middle Gray Musicians
These are some of the amazingly talented artists who have performed at The Middle Gray. Enjoy!
"I’ve been into music since I’m a child, attracted by its power to create emotions and tell stories. During my college days I had the opportunity to be the lead singer of different groups of jazz, gypsy jazz, bossa nova and French music that allowed me to learn and share the stage with talented musicians."
Fusing jazz sensibility, pop palatability and middle-eastern zest, Root Vibration is a new Boston-based trio that will intrigue the ear and soothe the soul. Israel-born Rinat Tregerman lends her heart-thawing dexterity on piano, Sagit Zilberman brings liquid lyricism on saxophone and Allegra Cramer entwines voice and harp in a marriage of feeling. Join us for an evening of original music, re-imagined covers and all-around good vibes!
Lady brass band bringing 90's pop jams, NOLA funk, and everything in between.
Deidra Montgomery - trombone
Maggie McClellan - trumpet
Shaunalynn Duffy - sousaphone
Laura Borrelli - percussion
Angie Sassi - saxophone
Founding member who they miss:
Kate Riegle van West- alto sax & sousaphone
Carolyn Brooke is a 17 year old singer-songwriter living in Brookline, MA. She began playing guitar at the age of 12 and started writing songs soon after. In 2013, Carolyn began her Youtube channel, which she periodically uses as a creative platform to share covers as well as original songs.
Maria’s love of Brazilian samba, bossa nova, and Cuban son and bolero began young – She grew up listening to her father play the melodies and rhythms on his acoustic guitar. Her formal musical study began at six years old, where she began classical piano. In her teenage years she began to perform publicly, singing rather than playing, and realized that voice was her instrument.
Kat Kennedy began performing around her home state of Connecticut at the age of 7. Since then she has performed at venues across the country, sparking a love of music and performance that led her to Berklee College of Music in Boston. It was there where she found her current pop folk style.
Miriam Elhajli is a Venezuelan-Moroccan-American singer and composer whose work is influenced strongly by Latin American folk, modern jazz, and contemporary classical musical traditions.
A graduate of Berklee College of Music, she is currently living in between Boston and New York performing, composing, and collaborating. Elhajli is also in the process of pursing a Masters degree in Ethnomusicology and intends to document and study the contemporary vocal music of Morocco.
Vic and the Crux
Vic spent his first 12 years in Colombia: steeped in folkloric music, surrounded by green, mist-hung mountains and farmlands with contrasting cityscapes. He took naturally to traditional Colombian sounds, immersing himself in a colorful field of musical expressions, bonfires and storytelling before he was old enough to tie a shoe.
Moving north to the US on the cusp of teenage years, he was infused with new terrains of sound and experience. He consumed ‘60s and garage-band rock, jazz, folk and both symphonic and marching bands. And soon, he was lending his voice and instrumental talents to countless bands and projects—each leaving upon him an indelible mark.