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.
Herman Hampton, a faculty member at Berklee College of Music, performs an eclectic collection of violin music from various genres, including classical, spiritual, blues, bluegrass, and Latin.
John Funkhouser, pianist and ear training professor at Berklee College of Music, teams up with Jerry Leake, tabla wizard and associate professor of percussion, for an exciting and uplifting recital of North Indian classical music.
Yulia Musayelyan, a flutist and composer from Moscow, Russia, combines elements of Argentinian, Armenian, and Russian folklore with mixed meters, jazz harmony, and improvisation.
Jazz pianist and vocalist Daniela Schächter presents her new project, Remembering Michel Legrand, a tribute to the great composer, singer, pianist, and conductor. The project features different combos with a jazz and classical flavor—on a French baguette.
Sofia Oviedo, a singer-songwriter and arranger from Mexico, will perform her recital, Oleaje de Vida. Joined by friends, Oviedo plans an indie and Latin pop set of original songs.
Berklee College of Music faculty guitarist Neal Itzler presents the Neal Itzler Quartet, which will play a set of contemporary jazz and funk.
Guitarist and composer Norm Zocher and his genre-bending Electric Strings Quintet draw from classical and rock traditions, featuring Zocher on guitars, Mimi Rabson on violin, Rebecca Shrimpton on voice, Bruno Raberg on bass, and Dave Jamrog on drums.
In a classic piano and guitar jazz duo, Berklee College of Music faculty Bob Winter and Larry Baione perform in a concert featuring standard jazz repertoire.
Chinese singer-songwriter Ningbaby performs a set of original pop songs and covers.
This concert features a voice and rhythm section playing songs from the Great American Songbook—with some odd twists.
Award-winning pianist Nikolai Mishchenko presents original music, as well as arrangements and improvisations.
Joy Shechter and his group will perform original tunes, inspired by jazz and folk music.
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.
Renzhi Guo presents a solo piano concert based on classical piano 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.
Yao is a pop-rock, power ballad singer-songwriter. She and her band will present original compositions and well-chosen covers.
Saxophonist Nick Bredal, a.k.a. Chooty B, performs original songs and arrangments in a smooth and soulful blend of jazz and R&B.