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.
Jazz composer and electronic musician Yong Yoon Kim and his band present original compositions and arrangements of various styles.
Pianist Jason Park will present original, sparkling tunes influenced by jazz, fusion, and funk.
Flute Colors with Rogier de Pijper and Orlando Cela features music for flute and piano, including works by Olivier Messiaen and Greg Glancey, assistant chair of the Composition Department at Berklee College of Music.
Nikolai Mishchenko, an award-winning jazz pianist and composer, features a style that combines traditional jazz roots and contemporary classical improvisations. At this concert, he will perform original compositions arranged for jazz trio and string quartet.
Pianist and songwriter Henry Mansfield presents an evening of solo entertainment. Featuring surprise guests, the show will fill an hour with laughter, sorrow, and everything in between.
Papuna Sharikadze’s senior recital features his all-star band and special arrangements of his original music.
Sunny Lukas, a pop star from Hong Kong, presents a dazzling and diverse experience with the help of Talk of the Town and rock/hip-hop band Zugos.
Flutist Sheila del Bosque presents a Cuban music project with an innovative sound. This recital will feature original compositions and arrangements, exploring the best of traditional Cuban music.
The Wilfie Williams Sextet presents arrangements of contemporary, straight-ahead jazz repertoire.
Singer-songwriter Echo performs a set of covers and original songs in a combination of R&B and pop styles.
Come join harpists in the String Department at Berklee College of Music for their annual student recital, Harp Extravaganza XVI. They will present original compositions, classical and contemporary favorites, and play solo and with other instruments.
Valeria Peñaranda, a Bolivian singer, arranger, and composer, combines Latin American sounds and textures with funk, pop, and R&B styles. This presentation will feature original compositions, arrangements, and covers inspired by her favorite musical icons.
Harmony Too! features faculty performances of the best student final projects from the Tonal Harmony and Composition 2 course.
Composer and pianist Takumi Kakimoto will present recent compositions in various settings with top student musicians from Berklee College of Music.
The George Constantinou Sextet will perform original music influenced by jazz, rock, and electronic genres, featuring dynamic arrangements and powerful improvisation.
In the spirit of unity, this recital brings together performers from different countries to showcase their culture and identity.
The Nikos Chatzitsakos Octet will perform arrangements for five horns and rhythm section, arranged by Chatzitsakos. The repertoire consists of popular songs of the Broadway era (1940s–60s) and compositions of jazz musicians from the same period.
Hong Kong composer William So features original compositions in the styles of contemporary classical and post-romanticism.
Reese Massey takes the stage as the headliner, sharing her eclectic mix of Jamiroquai-esque house, soul, and jazz originals.
I Speak Seven Languages is a diversity musical project. The recital will feature one of Sodam (Ella) Yoon’s original songs, and a cover song from many countries, including South Korea, United States, Japan, Italy, and Thailand.