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.
Beane brings the Human Beane EP to the stage. Alongside incredible musicians and featured guests, Beane presents music from his latest EP, with a few covers added in.
Kevin Ponce presents a fresh merger of pop hits from artists such as Bruno Mars, Ariana Grande, and Amy Winehouse with a 1940s-style big band. The show will feature some of Berklee’s best singers and a 36-piece band.
Dreamer is an exhilarating rap artist from the suburbs of Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Voice principal Ajda Stina Turek presents a release party for her new album.
Nativa is a sonic journey that merges the rhythms from the Andean mountains in Colombia with pop and world music.
Texas native Jazzmeia Horn supercharged her young career with a win in the 2015 Thelonious Monk Institute competition, and impressed critics with her 2017 debut album, A Social Call.
Brooklyn’s House of Waters blends unexpected instrumentation with influences spanning four continents and as many genres: jazz, folk, world, and indie rock.
Ensemble Mik Nawooj, based in Oakland, California, and led by Berklee alumnus and composer/pianist JooWan Kim, injects Western European classical compositional techniques into hip-hop.
Flutist Claire Chase makes her Stave Sessions debut on a double bill that also features the return of My Brightest Diamond.
Bent Knee, a Boston-based, six-piece experimental rock band will be joined by the Boston Conservatory at Berklee Percussion Ensemble.
Global Jazz Institute masters student Vlade Guigni and his band present modern jazz compositions and arrangements.
Ildrys Diaz presents a compilation of songs that have been part of her growth as an artist and as a person. Featuring original songs and some arrangements of covers, the concert will showcase a mix of jazz, pop, R&B, soul, and Latin music.
Voice principal Natalia Nakopiya presents a vibrant show featuring a mix of jazz, soul, R&B, and fusion.
Luke Appleton-Webster, in his senior recital, celebrates the influences of popular artists such as the Beatles, Bob Marley, the Eagles, Michael Jackson, the Rolling Stones, and many others.
In her debut performance at Berklee, Lo Artiz will feature new music from her upcoming EP, set to release in 2018. Although her music is rooted in soul, she integrates influences of blues, Motown, and funk.
Hand Made House is an alternative/rock band from Boston. Its music ranges from rock ballads and pop boogies to gritty, hard-rock driven movements inspired by artists such as Kings of Leon, Bill Withers, and John Legend.
Nina Joory, an artist with a Brazilian and Swiss background, blends American and Brazilian music to present a different take on pop.
In her senior recital, voice principal Taylor Dill presents songs for change, sung by strong women who use music to speak out against what is wrong.
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.