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.
For his senior recital, Colombian guitarist William Bueno will explore the different cultures he has experienced, playing traditional solo pieces on the acoustic guitar.
The Paramore Ensemble performs Riot!, Paramore’s 2007 album, in its entirety.
Blythe Schulte presents a multi-genre set of original tunes and covers produced, directed, written, and performed by her and a 16-piece band of international and domestic Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee musicians.
Yao, known for her powerful voice and dynamic performances, will feature pop, rock, and power ballad covers, as well as original songs.
Drum set principal Luke Appleton-Webster and his band celebrate the music of the late David Bowie with selections from his influential and wide-ranging career.
Giulia Duchi, a.k.a. Emily Dukes, is an Italian multi-instrumentalist and composer majoring in film scoring and performance at Berklee College of Music. A polyvalent player from classical to pop, folk, and jazz, she has been part of many different projects with various musicians and producers.
Singer-songwriter Claudia Gruber performs her most personal music from the past few years of her life, with influences in pop and singer-songwriter styles.
Flora Son presents the second run of her show, featuring originals and covers of soul, R&B, funk, pop, and gospel tunes.
KINAMI is an Okinawan vocalist who explores pop, R&B, soul, and funk. With a cross-cultural setlist and performance, she will deliver a night of entertainment filled with culture, music, dance, and Okinawan vibes.
Han Beyli is a bass player, singer, and composer whose music seamlessly glides across ethnic, jazz, world, and R&B sounds, connected by intricate rhythms and beautiful improvisation.
Chinese singer-songwriter and arranger Kailin Zhong and her band present a set of original R&B, neo-soul, and pop songs. This recital will feature both electronic and Chinese traditional instruments.
ÁBI (Abigail) is the front woman of a Boston, Massachusetts–based alternative/R&B/pop band composed of seven musicians (including herself). Since 2016, she has written and created honest and authentic music.
Claudia Medina, a Peruvian saxophone player and composer, will perform a set of original music and covers of Peruvian songs, fused with jazz and Latin American rhythms.
Born in Shanghai, China, and raised in Toronto, Canada, pop/R&B vocalist PIAO unravels more of her original music along with soulful covers. Her charming, heartfelt, and dynamic performances reflect the world as she experiences it.
Junshu Zheng, a singer-songwriter from Dalian, China, will perform original compositions and cover songs in a mixture of genres, including pop, R&B, and electronic dance music.
Vlade Guigni and his band keep searching for new ideas to present in a contemporary jazz concept.
For his senior recital and grand finale at Berklee College of Music, Yusuf Roshd and his cohorts perform an intense program of fusion jazz, rock, and a few surprises.
Danish singer-songwriter Anna Christensen presents her senior recital, featuring original compositions and arrangements of covers. Come out for a night of playful pop music with soulful vocals, dancing, horns, and a groovy rhythm section.
In his senior recital, Japanese bassist and composer Masaaki Saito will present original compositions and arrangements in the style of contemporary jazz.