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 Shechter and his group will perform original tunes, inspired by jazz and folk music.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Vocalist Hannah Weiss presents repertoire in a new territory: jazz.
Christian Koomey presents an evening of high-energy metal, over-the-top playing, and fusion elements—with help from his band INVI.
David Benites of Extreme Vocal Institute breaks down the fundamentals of metal and rock vocals. Learn more about metal vocal anatomy, distortion, health, warm-ups, practice, and execution for the studio, practice space, and stage.
For his senior recital, Anibal Cruz presents a synthesis of his musical journey at Berklee College of Music. His originals and arrangements encompass a wide range of influences from Afro-Cuban to bebop and world music.
Harry Skoler, professor in the Woodwind Department at Berklee College of Music and independent recording artist, discusses his career, strategies for building one, and tips on being a self-promoter.
Saxophonist Nick Bredal performs original music and arrangements, combining jazz, hip-hop, and soul influences.
Using original drum set compositions, Henrique De Almeida takes students on a musical journey that includes polyrhythms, Moeller technique, jazz coordination, and jazz fusion double-pedal integrations.
Lincoln Goines, an associate professor of bass at Berklee College of Music, and student Kseniia Vasileva present an art collaboration of sound design, visual arts, and poetry.
Jeewon Kim, a pianist, composer, and arranger from South Korea, presents original music inspired by nature, with tastes of Africa, Brazil, and Asia.
Arranger and YouTuber Carlos Eiene presents a concert of arrangements of music from (in his opinion) some of the best video game soundtracks ever composed: Pokémon Diamond and Pokémon Pearl. Game on!
Singer-songwriter Ji Won Suh performs various genres, including K-pop, pop, and originals with her friends.
Inspired by musical theater, Sarah Niss will tell a continuous story through original material and acting dancers. Her original music is a blend of pop, jazz, and rock.
Wilfie Williams will play contemporary jazz arranged for trio and sextet.
Natalia Soborski is a pop and indie singer-songwriter from the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts. Her songs are pop ballads with delicate vocal harmonies and unique overlapping vocal parts.
Musical theater actresses present a staged recital of the music from First Lady Suite.
Pianist Yoko Suzuki presents original music and arrangements with a six-horn band.
Chinese singer-songwriter Gannix Tso performs originals in a combination of pop-rock and R&B styles, as well as new arrangements of C-pop covers.
Guitarist and vocalist Francesca Castro presents original songs from her debut EP Day by Day, featuring a fusion of jazz and R&B.
Pauline Eveno, president of Syos (Shape Your Own Sound), a maker of customizable, 3D-printed saxophone mouthpieces, presents an interactive workshop featuring ample opportunity to test the products.