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.
Hal Galper discusses the nature of jazz rhythm, including swing beat, syncopation, second-line march beat, rubato playing, and forward motion. Bring your instruments to this workshop/clinic as there will be opportunities to play.
Yawyl is a power trio led by Tancredi Lo Cigno, with JenHwan Wong on keyboards and Rafael Minerbo on bass.
The Aksel Coe Horn Project is a group that performs original music and covers. Expect to hear a high-energy show with a wide variety of styles, from jazz to funk.
Nina Joory’s goal is to blend American and Brazilian musical culture together in a modern and innovative way.
This concert will be a humble representation of a long path traveled through bumpy roads and tall mountains.
Combining jazz, pop, R&B, soul, Latin music, original songs, and some arrangements of covers, Ildrys Diaz presents a compilation of meaningful songs that have been part of her growth as an artist and as a person.
Chi Yuan Chiang presents arrangements, compositions, and covers.
Japanese composer Soshi Kubota's recital will feature his original compositions in the jazz fusion style.
Guitarist Felipe Mendes presents an evening of original compositions inspired by contemporary jazz.
Dabin Ryu will perform her compositions.
Berklee noise musician Dan Getty debuts new works, improvised and composed.
Free Sources is a Boston-based music collective exploring fusion and free jazz with ever-changing levels of electronic influence.
Vocalist Marina Tuset presents original compositions and arrangements.
Bassist Jinwoo Lee presents a summer-themed concert.
At the end of his journey at Berklee, bassist Irais Brito Hierrezuelo presents a compilation of songs he has arranged while a student, as well as compositions adapted for a contemporary charanga format.
Bengisu is a pop and R&B singer from Turkey performing her last recital at Berklee.
In his first recital at Berklee, drum set principal Julian Gutbrod will present a wide variety of compositions and arrangements in the context of modern jazz.
Jamichael Frazier presents music he wrote inspired from his studies in Valencia, Spain, as well as covers of songs that have influenced him over the past months.
Contemporary writing and production major and piano principal Kate Lee will perform contemporary songs.
Guitarist, composer, and arranger Imam Hamdani presents some original material along with some funk, and blues/jazz covers.