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.
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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.
Briana Washington presents original R&B, jazz, and soul, connecting the music of the past and present.
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.
Voice principal Chaerin Park presents her senior recital Jonah.
JJ Production is a team of musicians that gets together to rearrange music and play original music that it produced for artists in the Caribbean. The group is inspired by all types of genres, including pop, R&B, hip-hop, and soca.
In her last recital at Berklee College of Music, Korean pianist and composer/arranger Seulah Noh presents new originals and arrangements in a combination of classical, jazz, and fusion.
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.
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.
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.
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.
In his senior recital, Japanese bassist and composer Masaaki Saito will present original compositions and arrangements in the style of contemporary jazz.