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.
Nathan See presents a set of original music for a medium-sized ensemble.
Miyako Tsubota is an actress, singer, dancer, and writer focused on musical theater style.
Almira Izumchensky's recital will consist of her own compositions created at Berklee, mainly choral works supported by different instrumentalists, in the style of impressionism.
Backed up by his group of super-talented musicians, drum set principal Yair Amste will perform original music inspired by his musical journey around the world.
Alejandro Viramontes presents his progressive and alternative rock compositions along with a band of excellent musicians.
Pedro Sanjur's recital will be a tribute to traditional Panamanian and Caribbean music.
Oscar Barcelli's Afro-Peruvian Experiment will present original compositions and some traditional songs from Peru and the rest of Latin America mixed with traditional jazz instrumentation, and traditional Peruvian instrumentation.
José Villa performs regional Mexican songs with visiting artists.
Third-semester music therapy/songwriting major Claudia Gruber performs her first concert at Berklee as a solo writer and vocalist.
Saxophonist Diego Ramos presents his senior showcase.
Vocalist Visnja Begovic performs a selection of music from her Eastern musical influences.
Vocalist Sarah Bernadette presents a selection of originals with original arrangements of cover songs.
In her first and last recital at Berklee, Eiko Suzuki will perform her original songs with her septet.
Composer and pianist Seulah Noh shares her original jazz compositions and arrangements, accompanied by her fusion jazz group.
Swiss bassist, singer, and composer Sharon Renold presents an evening of originals and arrangements.
Bassist/EPD principal Shimon Gambourg presents an all-original program of his most recent compositional effort, rooted deeply in the practices of jazz and improvisational music.
Karim Saber presents a set of music from the standard repertoire.
Julian Pinelli's senior recital will feature various ensembles comprising fellow musicians and friends performing original acoustic music.
Peteris and his band will perform original jazz/fusion music.
In her senior recital, Aida De Moya will present various styles from Brazil in solo, duo, and small ensemble format featuring music by Baden Powell, Tom Jobim, and Chico Pinheiro, among others.