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.
Joy Allen, chair of the Music Therapy Department at Berklee College of Music, will interview McCoy Mrubata and Paul Hanmer regarding their experiences related to music in South African society with respect to community engagement, health, and wellness.
Maurice Soque presents a saxophone-heavy showcase of music and arrangements created throughout his time at Berklee College of Music, with the help of friends he made along the way.
Max Boras presents, Nuclear Apathy, a hard rock/metal band that fuses sounds of old and new.
DEJÀN is a soul family of world jazz. (“De” means “of” or “from” in Spanish, and “Jan” is Azerbaijani for “soul” or “family.”) The group’s ethnic rhythms, Latin roots, and Middle Eastern improvisation takes audiences on a musical journey around the world.
Dynamic tenor saxophonist Trace Zacur presents an authentic fusion blend of jazz and R&B.
Canadian singer-songwriter John Conlin performs a variety of dramatic pop songs, including covers and originals.
Kelly Vargas is a singer-songwriter from Long Island, New York. Accompanied by her band, Vargas will present original compositions from alternative indie/pop, R&B, and soul genres.
Pianist Riwal Perchoc presents original music and arrangements performed by a hybrid jazz/chamber ensemble.
Voice principal Vasya Popova presents an intimate acoustic experience.
Jing Hwang, a Malaysian guitarist and contemporary writing and production major, presents originals and arrangements of cover tunes ranging from progressive rock to jazz fusion and R&B.
Saxophonist, vocalist, and composer Lorren Chiodo will showcase her latest original works, blending neo-soul and contemporary R&B styles with saxophone effects and electronic elements.
Pianist Eunike Tanzil presents arrangements and compositions, with a fun blend of classical, jazz, and traditional Indonesian music.
Aman Jagwani will present an array of original music and arrangements that display his influences and experiences in India and Boston. The style will be jazz, along with the fusion of different grooves and cultures to create varying improvisational contexts.
Berklee College of Music professors Henrique De Almeida and John Ramsay present a drum set clinic, expanding on the teachings of legendary jazz master teacher Alan Dawson.
Biiru, featuring drummer Sunny Lai, performs a set of original music. Formed in summer 2017, Biiru is an instrumental duo with math rock influences.
Pianist Jakob Landry presents a concert of baroque, classical, and romantic piano music from Bach to Liszt, as well as newly composed, original music.
The Brandon Miles Shelton Constellation consists of gifted musicians of different backgrounds coming together to paint a picture musically.
Drummer and composer Jihyung Hong presents original compositions in the jazz and fusion genres.
The Sugar Road focuses on a new view and perspective of the music of the Americas through the sugar industry. This presentation will show how music tells us the story of sugar in the era of precolonial America.
Pianist Almira Izumchensky presents a mix of classical, original, and fusion music.