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.
A multiple Grammy Award winner who has amassed nine gold records, woodwind associate professor Fred Lipsius is retiring from Berklee College of Music after 35 years. He will present some of his best-known compositions.
Join us for a recital featuring fifth-semester piano performance majors playing a wide range of repertoire in a solo or duo setting.
Composer Andy Lo presents original compositions and arrangements with his jazz orchestra.
Chinese composer Zishi Liu presents his senior jazz composition recital, featuring original compositions and arrangements.
Namwhee Cho presents original compositions that feature many colors and shapes.
For her jazz composition portfolio, Marcela Bastida Quinonez, a pianist and composer from Mexico, presents original compositions and arrangements in a big-band setting.
Orlando Vick, a gospel recording artist, producer, and motivational speaker, partners with first-year master’s student Sienna Marie Tabron.
Yao Lu is a pop-rock singer-songwriter with a powerful voice and great showmanship. For her senior recital, Lu will perform original songs and well-chosen covers.
The Jazz Composition Department at Berklee College of Music presents Billy Childs and a student ensemble performing arrangements and compositions of the Grammy Award–winning artist.
Daniel Ko will perform music inspired by every city in which he has lived or visited. Like many students at Berklee, Ko comes from a multicultural background, and his goal for this recital is to capture the essence of all these cities.
Drummer Frank Giampietro presents a night of rock, funk, and jazz fusion, featuring incredible musicians with whom he has had the pleasure of working throughout his time at Berklee College of Music.
The Background Vocal Ensemble of Berklee College of Music professor Gabrielle Goodman performs, singing hits by Mariah Carey, Donny Hathaway, Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder, and others. The students will sing soulful and inspiring R&B songs, as well as holiday music.
Maximo Abraham is an Argentinian-born guitar player. His senior recital consists of originals and cover songs that feature his Argentinian musical roots.
Enjoy original works for various chamber ensembles by students from the Composition Department at Berklee College of Music.
Students of faculty pianist Neil Olmstead will perform works from the classical and jazz solo piano repertoire.
Guitarst Weisheng Wu presents several cover versions of his favorite tunes.
For his senior recital at Berklee College of Music, vocalist Xing Chen will perform 10 songs with his band and friends in mixed genres and languages. The concert also will feature original compositions.
For his senior recital, guitarist Jono Smithers presents a diverse mix of music, ranging from various standards to hip-hop and R&B.
Together for 20 years, John Funkhouser’s Brothers Sextet brings unbridled joy and spontaneity to each concert, along with empathy, fire, virtuosity, and profound intimacy.
Directed by Beth Bahia Cohen, the Global Strings Ensemble presents a performance of traditional string music from various countries.