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.
Mikiko Sato, a Japanese singer-songwriter and composer, invites you into her musical world. Her recital will feature original songs and compositions in pop, funk, classical, and jazz genres.
Fryderyk HD presents a set of music featuring his favorite musicians at Berklee College of Music. The performance includes arrangements of popular songs and originals by artists from the college.
On the Vox is an award-winning a cappella group that features members from around the world.
Damoyee Janai, an award-winning, multi-hyphenate artist, performs her third studio album The Whole Truth, an eclectic mix of pop, jazz, R&B, and soul.
Pop/alternative singer-songwriter Claudia Gruber takes the Berklee stage, sharing the story of navigating through her dreams and moving on from her past.
Singer, pianist, and songwriter Haley Urbo fuses R&B, jazz, soul, and hip-hop to commemorate the music and moments that have defined her time at Berklee.
Sin Hang Sarah Chan will feature an all-Asian band performing a set of originals and arrangements in multiple languages, with music ranging from indie folk to jazz funk.
Guitarist and songwriter Elodie performs a set of original indie folk music, supported by her band, the True North.
Accompanied by her band, Panamanian singer-songwriter Brenda Lau presents her senior recital, featuring original folky compositions infused with Latin music and rearrangements of covers.
This is the third edition of the Floradora the Explora showcase, led by Flora Son. Various genres of music will be featured, including Motown, R&B, pop, rock, gospel, and funk.
Caroline Guske performs a set of her original songs and arrangements, accompanied by a 17-piece band.
Ronald Vincenzo Khaw de Leon and fellow Malaysian students at Berklee collaborate to bring you a night of Malaysian music, featuring songs from legendary figures, contemporary artists, and an original by a Berklee alumnus.
Singer-songwriter Mia Taylor performs a set of original songs in R&B and Caribbean fusion styles.
For his senior recital, bassist and entertainer Colescott Rubin performs swing and soul hits from yesteryear, featuring a double bill of the swing band Garden of Joy and the doowop a cappella group Josh and the Wittness.
Chinese singer-songwriter Anny Shi performs a set of original songs and covers in a combination of pop ballad, pop, and hip-hop styles.
Drummer and composer Gen Yoshimura presents his senior recital, featuring modern jazz arrangements.
Chinese drummer and composer Qianyun “Ashley” Luo presents her senior recital, featuring compositions and arrangements in a contemporary jazz fusion style with an Asian twist.
Bass player and music director Jonathan Woehlk presents a show of pop and soul music, featuring some of the college’s best vocalists, deep grooves, and soulful arrangements.
Gaby Cotter and the Timba Messengers is a project that mixes of the greatness of Latin American sounds with a touch of jazz and Afro-Caribbean music. Their songs combine perky lyrics, sassy attitude, and powerful messages.
Manfredi Caputo and his band present a combination of salsa and folkloric rhythm from the Caribbean Islands.