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.
With performances that alternate between original compositions and reinterpretations of jazz standards, the Giorgio Albanese Group seeks to explore sounds and utilize them within the timbral alchemy of contemporary jazz.
Josh Faia presents a culmination of many collaborations and improvisations, taking listeners on a journey through an organic and electric world.
Wednesday and her band play a set of original tunes inspired by folk, indie, and alternative rock.
Xuanyue “Bear” Liu, a Chinese trumpeter, leads a group that includes a violinist and a rapper to showcase a fusion of traditional Chinese music and jazz, original compositions, and arrangements of jazz classics.
Vocalist Jessie Westreich, a neo-soul singer and contemporary hip-hop dancer, presents a groovy performance of originals and covers that she hopes will leave you feeling uplifted, confident, and empowered.
The Jace Kim String Quartet performs chamber music by Beethoven, Ravel, and others.
British saxophonist Jack “The Sax” Davies presents original compositions and covers in an amalgamation of musical and cultural ideas, featuring jazz, funk, and R&B.
Enjoy original works by Vince de Leon and Vittoria Prelati, including progressive metal music, abrupt time signature changes, and heavy, emotional tunes.
George Constantinou presents original modern jazz, combined with rock, classical, and film music influences.
Making their contribution to the diverse music scene at Berklee College of Music, the Chinese Traditional Music Club will showcase Chinese music in traditional and modern from. Its members include talented Chinese traditional instrument players, arrangers, and songwriters from the college.
For this recital, pianist Niv Harnam presents original ensemble music influenced by jazz, Middle Eastern, Western classical, and Israeli folk music. The performance consists of vocal and instrumental music.
Leading jazz organist Pat Bianchi presents a performance and clinic on jazz organ playing. He will be joined by Paul Bollenback on guitar and Byron Landham on drums.
Vocalist Anoushka Kotak presents Gliding, a project that showcases the spectrum of music that has affected her musical journey.
Maltese jazz composer, singer, and pianist Sarah Marie performs a set of original compositions, mixed with classic jazz tunes and elements of the unique Maltese music tradition.
Andrealzate is a Colombian singer, composer, and arranger who creates unique arrangements (merging Colombian music with pop and jazz), delivers powerful vocals, and includes folk instruments of her homeland.
Vocalist Charlie Zhang performs American alternative rock and Mandarin pop music.
Harpist Xiaowei Luo performs a set of covers in a combination of jazz, classical, and pop styles.
Jay Yin and his band will perform his original songs in a combination of rock, country, and pop styles.
European singer-songwriter Valentina Gozzini performs a set of new arrangements and covers from Eastern European folk music. The project combines Polish Balkan tunes with klezmer music.
Led by Gelin Hau, the Princess and the Frogs is a multicultural project featuring people from different parts of the world creating a unique musical experience, blending Afro-Cuban, flamenco, plena, ballenato, and samba.