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.
Guitar principal Santiago Barragán presents original world music.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Violinist Seoyeon Im presents jazz standards and original compositions.
Using new harps built by France's prestigious Camac Harps, Eduardo Betancourt explores new sonorities applied to traditional Venezuelan music, giving a refreshing contemporary sound.
Singer-songwriter Valeria Corso and her band will perform covers and original compositions in styles ranging from pop to funk and R&B.
Violinist, singer-songwriter, and composer Natalia Goldstein plans a senior recital that features an eclectic mix of indie, singer-songwriter, folk, and fiddle tunes, featuring original songs and arrangements.
Li Xiaochuan is a professor of trumpet at Shanghai Conservatory and one of China’s most recognized jazz trumpet players and composers. He will perform with the Doug Johnson Trio and discuss the history of jazz in China up to the present day.
Korean bassist and composer Jinwoo Lee will perform original and arranged music with the Great Berklee Cats.
Adding to his previous configuration, Tyler Wagner expands his ensemble to interpret music of Midwestern indie and folk artists into a jazz context.
The harpists in the String Department at Berklee are pleased to present their annual student recital, Harp Extravaganza XV.
Drum set principal Seamus McMahon presents his senior recital.
Harmony Too! features faculty performances of the best student projects from the Tonal Harmony and Composition 2 course.
In his first recital as a leader at Berklee, Ethan Santos will feature original compositions and arrangements of music by McCoy Tyner, Ferdinand David, Elliot Mason, and others.
Bassist/vocalist Kaeli Earle will showcase her sometimes cutting, sometimes sweet, original jazz/rock/soul music.
Near Light Project is a collective of like-minded musicians led by Rihards Kolmanis that performs originals composed by Kolmanis, influenced by a wide array of genres, including jazz, fusion, rock, and EDM.
Guitarist Chris Hanford presents R&B/neo-soul with hints of gospel, funk, and alt-rock.
Drummer and composer Eyal Gurvich will present his original music, inspired by jazz, fusion, metal, and Israeli music.
This interactive presentation explores methods for practicing improvisation. We will experiment by applying these methods within a variety of contemporary genres, including pop, R&B, and jazz.
After seven years studying at Berklee's campuses in Boston, Massachusetts, and Valencia, Spain, Danielle Angeloni will take you on a jazz/pop journey, singing original music and arrangements of her favorite songs by Esperanza Spalding, Corinne Bailey Rae, Antônio Carlos Jobim, and the Grateful Dead.
In her first and final recital, Laura Sekarputri and her band will play a variety of original songs and covers of pop, jazz fusion, and contemporary classical music.
Sky presents Sky's Diary, featuring an afternoon of original songs arranged in indie, swing, and gospel styles.