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.
Japanese pianist and composer Rina Yamazaki presents original compositions.
Bassist Guan Hau Chen presents original and covers in the hip-hop genre.
Pianist Larry Thomas Bell performs new indie and classical works in preparation for his performance at the 2018 World Saxophone Congress in Zagreb, Croatia, on July 14.
Regina Crisosto is a singer-songwriter and arranger from Chile. Featuring original compositions, she presents a mixture of pop, rock, and R&B with South American sounds and electropop arrangements.
Bassist Matteo Padoin will present original music, accompanied by his group.
Carla Restivo is an alto and soprano saxophone player from Sicily, Italy. The Paula Project, a band dedicated to Restivo's grandmother, performs only original compositions in a mix of musical genres, including contemporary jazz, hip-hop, and Latin.
Art Baden will perform original music and arrangements of popular jazz tunes.
Margaux Vranken + Strings is a project that brings together eight musicians from different horizons, combining improvisation and written material at the crossroads of jazz and chamber music.
Drum set principal Ilya Blazh presents contemporary jazz, featuring original music and arrangements.
Farayi Malek's performance will be a collection of original music, culminating from the work she has done toward a Master of Music at Berklee's Global Jazz Institute. She considers her music and sound to be American, with elements of jazz, gospel, R&B, and soul.
Keira Harman presents a performance of original music written over the course of her time at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, featuring modern jazz, classical, and minimalist arrangements.
Marco Birro presents original compositions for solo piano and arrangements of jazz standards.
Lauren Caso will invite friends to accompany her in various world-music styles, including classical, folk, rock, jazz, and West African drum and dance.
Greek vocalist Eirini Tornesaki (a.k.a. Erini), a graduate student at the Berklee Global Jazz Institute and former Cirque du Soleil singer, will present her explorations on Greek traditional, jazz, and Latin American musical influences.
Matthew Wong will feature pieces written throughout his years at Berklee College of Music, displaying his progression in composition while delving into electroacoustics and multimedia works.
Daniel Chen and friends present a pop song project focusing on arrangements and covers of Chinese and Taiwanese pop songs.
Featuring original songs as well as arrangements, Ildrys Diaz presents an evening of jazz, pop, R&B, soul, and Latin music. Her concert will showcase a compilation of songs that have been meaningful to her growth as an artist and a person.
Featuring original compositions and arrangements, guitarist Shupei Wang presents a concert that reflects his thoughts on four seasons in a year—and in a life.
Pianist Julian Schoming presents a blend of folk, jazz, funk, classical, and songwriting, featuring his arrangements of original compositions and covers.
Drum set principal Axl Colt presents a fun, high-energy, one-man-band rock show, using projectors on stage.