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.
Jay Yin will perform original songs with his rock band in a recital that features influences from rock, pop, country, and Chinese traditional music.
Boston, Massachusetts–based group Sound Icon reads works by student composers.
Accompanied by fabulous musicians, violinist and vocalist Awa Jazz presents a repertoire of jazz, gypsy jazz, Latin-style pieces, and original compositions.
Greek bassist and composer George Constantinou, joined by his newly formed sextet, will perform original compositions, modern jazz, film music, contemporary classical, and rock with powerful arrangements and dynamic improvisation.
Singer-songwriter Julia Fortman performs a set of original music from her recently released debut album, featuring blues inspirations with compelling lyrics that leave listeners wanting more.
Hao Yan will perform covers and originals in a broad array of musical genres, including pop, R&B, rock, and hip-hop, complete with dancers and a killer personality.
Jemina combines her two main instruments (piano and voice) to deliver compositions that rethink instrumental music, operating between genres such as French traditional, jazz, and classical music.
For his senior recital, Noam Borns will feature original jazz and indie music.
Aubrey Johnson, Berklee College of Music voice instructor and jazz vocalist, explores the arranging and compositional techniques used to create music for her new album, Unraveled.
Brazilian vocalist Helena Beltrão embraces her roots as she features a variety of genres, ranging from Brazilian music to pop and R&B.
South Korean composer and pianist Jeewon Kim presents original music and arrangements with her band.
Sally, majoring in contemporary writing and production at Berklee College of Music, grew up studying classical music and traditional Korean music. She plans to showcase her musical versatility in this performance.
This concert features students from Ashlee Varner’s Voice Studio.
Pianist, composer, and arranger Yoko Suzuki presents her music with an amazing band.
In his final concert at Berklee College of Music, saxophonist Trace Zacur will perform mostly original music, with the help of a few special guests.
Virtuoso clarinetist Anat Cohen and 7-string guitar virtuoso Marcello Gonçalves share their mastery of Brazilian choro music with interactive explorations of the rhythms, song forms, and melodies of this exhilarating style.
In his final performance at Berklee College of Music, multi-instrumentalist Zachary Gilbert presents a set of original compositions and covers from his time as a student, spanning several genres and instrumentations.
Chinese singer-songwriter Hei Vivian Wong performs a set of original songs and covers in a combination of pop and R&B styles.
Serena Z will perform original songs, music from the Lady Gaga Ensemble, and classical works.
This lecture and concert, led by Brazilian musicians Rogério Souza and Daniel Migliavacca, addresses the repertoire of three essential choro composers from Rio de Janeiro: Pixinguinha, Jacob do Bandolim, and Ernesto Nazareth.