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.
Performing with friends and family members, Scott Bell showcases a wide range of musical styles, including classical, jazz, funk, hip-hop, and R&B.
In his first (and last) performance at Berklee as a leader, Tomoki Sanders presents jazz standards, original compositions (jazz, R&B, and vaporwave), and mashups featuring two groups: a jazz quintet and a hip-hop/R&B group.
Kyle Zimmerman presents original compositions and jazz standards with some of his favorite musicians.
Led by guitarist Matteo Salvatori, Nuanda will present a set of pop and EDM covers, along with original compositions.
Arranger and singer-songwriter Carlos Saenz and his band present an evening of powerful compositions and covers, combining his Mexican roots with folk and rock music.
Graduate student Vlade Guigni presents his first original compositions as a part of his master's program culminating experience.
Ori Jacobson is a recent graduate from the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Global Jazz) program at Berklee College of Music. His group will feature a variety of original music inspired by jazz and Arabic music.
In her final concert at Berklee College of Music, vocalist Maria Lineva presents contemporary jazz/fusion with folk elements. The concert will showcase original pieces and arrangements.
Jon O'Neal says farewell to Berklee College of Music with an eclectic rock 'n' roll spectacle.
Chinese singer-songwriter Kailin Zhong presents R&B and pop original songs and arrangements, accompanied by a band featuring Launchpad, MIDI controller, and some real instruments.
Avi Rafaelov and his band perform original compositions in their last concert at Berklee College of Music.
Voice principal Annié Lux presents her favorite R&B songs in a tropical fruit mix.
Roger Bosch pays tribute to Alejandro Sanz, one of Spain's greatest artists, by re-creating one of his most famous concerts: + es +.
Dance the night away with multi-instrumentalist and electronic music producer dolltr!ck, a.k.a. Claire Marie Lim, at her last Berklee College of Music recital.
Drum set principal Luke Appleton-Webster and his band pay tribute to the legendary Memphis, Tennessee, soul sounds of Stax Records and Hi Records. Artists covered include Otis Redding, Al Green, Booker T & the MGs, the Staple Singers, and Sam & Dave.
Heavily influenced by all styles of music, Philip Chuah presents his senior recital alongside his favorite musicians and friends.
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.
Blackprint is a fun, high-energy, contemporary jazz, funk, and R&B ensemble. Led by violinist Jaylon Black, the band will perform classic covers and arrangements by popular artists such as Michael Jackson, as well as originals.
Drum set principal Harun Bonnett presents a concert showcasing arrangements and original compositions.