Berklee Dining Hall
Located on the second and third floors of Berklee's mid-rise building at 160 Massachusetts Avenue, the Dining Hall is Berklee's newest music venue. The 400-capacity space is outfitted with floor-to-ceiling glass that offers concertgoers a dynamic urban backdrop to the concert stage. During the day, it's a bustling college dining hall, but in the evenings, it's a one-of-a-kind concert venue for student bands and other artists.
Paraminority—led by drum set principal Takaki Nakamura—returns for its second Tribute to Paramore show.
Yair Amster shares his original music inspired by his musical journey around the world and backed up by his group of super-talented musicians.
Dalaun is an R&B/soul artist hailing from Oakland, California. This concert will be a showcase of covers and originals that exemplify her music and style along with outrageous live arrangements.
Harun Bonnett presents a concert showcasing the sweet sounds of the Carribean.
Influenced by artists such as Aerosmith, ZZ Top, and Van Halen, the Ben Cote Band is bringing their new brand of rock 'n' roll to their generation.
Bassist Irais Brito Hierrezuelo will perform a combination of his favorite jazz and Latin jazz repertoire he learned while at Berklee.
This performance will feature original music composed by Carla Restivo, an alto saxophone player from Sicily, Italy.
Kamva Nombembe and his group present an atmosphere of fresh worship and an opportunity to experience the love of Jesus Christ.
Luke Appleton-Webster, along with students who've previously taken Berklee's Bob Marley Ensemble, present One Drop, an evening of classic songs from the reggae legend.
On the Vox is a co-ed a cappella group at Berklee College of Music comprising talented singers and instrumentalists from all over the world singing your favorite hits right now and your favorite hits from yesterday.
Martin Tamisier is a singer-songwriter and drummer from France whose music is a blend of pop, jazz, and African music with French lyrics.
Radio Paila is a band influenced by grunge, blues, progressive, and hard rock.
Harry Jay uses his unique blend of funk, hip-hop, and R&B, combining old-school influence and modern hip-hop, to bring generations of music fans together to boogie.
With performances in voiceovers for cartoons such as Explosion Bus created by Jonathan Katz, performances in operas, musicals, and the lead singer in bands, Cheyenne Prescott presents an evening of original R&B music, covers, and arrangements.
MARO, a singer-songwriter from Portugal, will perform a set of original tunes from her upcoming album with Brazilian, pop-jazz, and folk influences.
Ildrys Díaz combines jazz, pop, R&B, soul, and Latin music.
Italian singer-songwriter Emily Dukes, who is also a violinist, pianist, and guitarist, presents an evening of indie, pop, funk, and R&B originals and arrangements.
Julia Siobhan's debut solo show at Berklee will feature her original arrangements and songs as well as some of her favorite cover tunes. Her show will also feature members from her special guest group, Pitch Slapped.
The Çay Party presents a showcase of organic world fusion and Turkish music.
Yuta Yamaguchi will play the works of the best big band jazz with the finest jazz performers at Berklee.