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.
Enjoy a premiere of selections from Blythe Schulte’s original jazz show, Bearcat, performed by Schulte and her eight-piece band of alumni and students.
Jonathan Romppel, a graduating keyboardist and contemporary writing and production major, features arrangements of his favorite covers and originals, played by some of the finest performers at Berklee College of Music.
Colombian songwriter Camilo Velez presents an evening of original music, deeply rooted in Latin America and infused with jazz and funk.
Natalia Soborski, a singer-songwriter from the Berkshires in Western Massachusetts, performs pop ballads with intricate vocal harmonies. This recital features originals and arrangements of covers.
Pianist and keyboardist Jason Park will perform funky tunes.
Sophia Gripari takes the stage for her final Berklee College of Music performance, showcasing her latest original music. Enjoy live electronic pop music with electronic digital instruments as Gripari is joined by Hand Made House for her big send-off.
Italian singer-songwriter Giulia Emily Dukes, who also is a violinist, pianist, and guitarist, presents an afternoon of indie, pop, funk, and R&B originals and arrangements.
Thai singer-songwriter Jace Payackapan will perform her first live show, featuring originals and cover songs that push the boundaries of pop, with influences from jazz and R&B.
Guitarist and vocalist Dylan Easter presents his original indie pop release Lover Boy, followed by funk, folk, and fusion.
Kamancheh player Farzin Dehghan takes the audience on an explorative journey by presenting his take on many different musical cultures.
Australian vocalist Ella-Jane Sharpe presents SHARP(E), a project combining jazz, R&B, and soul styles. This performance will feature original compositions and arrangements, showcasing some of Berklee College of Music’s top international musicians.
New York native Cindy Latin is a songwriter, artist, arranger, and producer who lives in the space between R&B and jazz. Her music is influenced by artists ranging from Erykah Badu to John Coltrane.
Singer-songwriter Asmé, a native of the Bronx in New York City, performs a set of original songs and covers ranging from R&B to pop.
Steel pan principal Marcus Prince presents an evening in which joy, love, peace, and gratitude will be portrayed through covers, arrangements, and originals of friends, family, and people he admires.
After a debut show in front of a full house, Samuel Dantowitz and friends return to the stage to reprise his Contemporary Musical Theater Duets show.
Nicolle Horbath and her band perform covers of the best Latin artists, arrangements of folk music from Latin America, and her original tunes.
Vocalist Larry Perry presents Human Radio’s Night of Soul, a project of covers and originals that features themes of love, authenticity, and change.
Rapper and trombonist T3 presents a set of powerful songs from his debut album, Creative Creations, Vol. I. T3 is influenced by hip-hop, neo-soul, jazz, and R&B.
Mexican singer Ingrid Álvarez performs covers and originals in R&B and Latin pop styles, with a flavor of folk.
Eri Chichibu, a Japanese composer, arranger, pianist, and keyboardist, performs her works in a recital.