Berk Recital Hall
The Berk Recital Hall is located on the ground floor at the 1140 Boylston Street building. Named in honor of Berklee's founder Lawrence Berk and his wife Alma, the hall can accomodate 118 audience members.
This faculty performance showcases the best student final projects from the Tonal Harmony and Composition 2 course.
Voice principal Charli will perform American alternative rock and Mandarin pop.
Paula Cole and Kevin Barry perform and share road stories and advice for young touring musicians. There will be a Q&A session afterward.
Japanese pianist Hidemi Akaiwa performs a set of original pieces and jazz standards in a combination of jazz, classical, global music, and Japanese aesthetics.
Singer-songwriter Yejin Angela Park presents a set of original compositions and covers in jazz and R&B.
Vocalist and songwriter Mackenzie Johnson packs a punch of strength, passion, beauty, and soul into her original melodies and lyrics.
Bere Gonzalo of Venezuela presents an acoustic show of Latin pop and reggaeton, taking a different approach to styles of music that are often heavily produced.
This event, part of the International Folk Music Festival, features the cultures of Peru, South Korea, Cuba, among other countries. Student-led ensembles will use folk music as the inspiration to create a more contemporary sound.
VEE, an Australian R&B and neo-soul artist inspired by Moonchild, Ari Lennox, and Anita Baker (to name a few), will perform originals and covers.
Best Inventions Plus is a solo piano concert of the best student counterpoint projects from the 2019 academic year.
Italian guitarist and composer Giovanni Piacentini and his band perform original tunes and arrangements of jazz standards.
Boston, Massachusetts–based group Sound Icon reads works by student composers.
For his final recital at Berklee College of Music, Hideaki Ura presents the Hide the Trio Project. Joined by bassist Kevin Barber and drummer Ryan McSweeney, the trio will feature odd-meter original compositions in the progressive/jazz/fusion/metal genres.
Vocalist Mercedes Gala presents an evening of original songs, mostly in the pop and R&B genres, performing alongside friends.
Vocalist Mercedes Gala, performing alongside friends, presents an evening of original songs in primarily pop and R&B styles.
Israeli singer-songwriter Michal Vainshtok performs a set of originals and covers in R&B, neo-soul, and alternative styles.
The Jazz Clarinet Summit features Harry Skoler, a professor in Berklee's Woodwind Department, and many of the talented students in that department.
Vocalist Yu Xiang performs a set of original songs and covers in a combination of pop, R&B, and funk styles.
For this event, drummer Marko Djordjevic will perform original music and engage in a discussion about music, art, life, and our place in the world.
Joined by friends, vocalist Sherri pays tribute to popular songs.