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.
Cosplay trombone player Suzuyakko (Suzuko Hori) will perform her originals, arrangements, and covers with talented musicians at her last recital at Berklee.
Guitarist Ramiro Marziani will perform free-form improvisation concepts presented in different settings and different instrumentations.
Noé Zagroun and his band present original music, mixing jazz with roots from France and North Africa.
Free Sources is a Boston-based music collective exploring fusion and free jazz with ever-changing levels of electronic influence.
Drum set principal Felipe Cytrynowicz presents an evening of groove-based funk in a sextet setting.
Wes Anderson presents a modern chamber ensemble combining electronics with modern style.
Blending huge jazzy vocals with soul, African groove, a touch of Caribbean beats, and pop, Niu Raza’s sound is full, mature, and alluring.
Hiroshi Uenohara presents original compositions and arrangements in the jazz genre.
Voice principal Savannah Smith presents an afternoon of pop-rock and alternative music.
New Music for Viola and Piano with David Wallace and Larry Bell will feature the world premiere of Bell's Newtown Variations.
Nadav Ben-ozer presents an evening of selected Israeli, Middle Eastern, Latin, and original jazz tunes, featuring alto and tenor saxophone, flute, and clarinet.
Alex Ramirez presents a compilation of jazz and original music to be played by a killer band of friends.
Brooklyn-based, Russian-born singer-songwriter Olya presents her musical journey with her newly created electro synth-pop project.
Abhijit Nath and his ensemble present originals and arrangements that explore rhythms from India, Central Asia, jazz, and minimalism.
Guitarist Felipe Mendes presents an evening of original compositions inspired by contemporary jazz.
Alejandro Castellano presents an afternoon of diverse music, featuring Arabic, Western, classical, and flamenco music.
Guitarist and composer Norman Zocher brings his genre-bending Electric Strings Quintet, featuring fellow Berklee faculty members, to Berk Recital Hall.
One of the finest cuatro players in the world, Jorge Glem will discuss Venezuelan music and its diversity of musical genres.
Voice principal Grace Mann presents her first recital.
Where jazz meets with Mediterranean roots, Latin rhythms, and soul influences, Mar Fayos finds a unique voice with a lot to be said.