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.
Santiago Barragán Noguera is a Colombian songwriter and composer. His senior recital will feature original material inspired by world and Latin music.
SKY is a dynamic power vocalist from Sarasota, Florida. Growing up around opera, she carries its classical influence into the alternative/pop genre, featuring originals and covers.
Contemporary violinist Jaylon Black hits the stage in a fun, high-energy show of pop, funk, and R&B. He will perform classic covers and arrangements of popular artists such as Michael Jackson, as well as originals that will be featured on his upcoming debut EP.
Drum set principal Harun Bonnett presents a concert showcasing arrangements and original compositions.
Drum set principal Luke Appleton-Webster and his band celebrate the music of Pink Floyd with selections from albums such as Animals, Wish You Were Here, The Wall, and The Dark Side of the Moon.
In her show New Beginnings, Bronx native Asmé introduces herself through an alternative/R&B/indie concert that features Owen Scott on keyboards, Kai Alexander on the guitar, Charles Gaines on bass, Devin Smith keyboards, and Lynell Boone on drums.
George Constantinou is a Greek bassist who is influenced by a wide variety of genres. His concert will feature original compositions in the style of modern jazz with powerful arrangements that mix jazz with classical and rock.
Voice principal and songwriter Tamara Jokic presents a night of original compositions inspired by world music.
John Michael Bradford presents a showcase of New Orleans jazz and funk music, as well as original compositions and arrangements.
Vlade Guigni, a post-master's fellow at Berklee College of Music, brings his band back for more modern jazz explorations—this time with an edgy touch, mixing originals and arrangements from different eras.
Women in Jazz Collective is thrilled to present its second Tribute to Women in Jazz concert. The performance will showcase the works of Berklee's female performers and composers in the jazz idiom.
Julia Siobhan Gartha is a country/pop singer-songwriter who captivates her audience with honesty and openness. Breathing in inspiration from artists such as Joni Mitchell, Paul Simon, and James Taylor, Gartha’s storytelling brings an authentic voice to her sound and connects her listeners.
Brandon Crichfield is a folk/pop singer-songwriter. In his first performance at Berklee, he presents original compositions, fully arranged and performed by some of his most endearingly lovable friends, in all of our awkward glory.
Annie Lux presents a celebration of culture through different styles of world grooves on current pop hits.
In a night full of compositions, arrangements, and original songs, Zach Green presents his musical style with the help of an eclectic band and guest vocalists.
Paden Osburn is a singer and composer from Kansas City, Missouri, who is presenting her first show at Berklee College of Music.
Featuring original songs as well as arrangements, Ildrys Diaz presents an evening of jazz, pop, R&B, soul, and Latin music. Her concert will showcase a compilation of songs that have been meaningful to her growth as an artist and a person.
Turkish violinist and singer Bengisu Gokce is joined by special guests to present a variety of genres that highlight her journey at Berklee College of Music. The program will include selections of original compositions, as well as classical, Turkish folk, jazz, and world music.
In his senior recital, woodwind musician and composer Lucas Bere will present original compositions and arrangements for an expanded jazz ensemble.