David Friend Recital Hall
The David Friend Recital Hall, located in the Genko Uchida building at 921 Boylston Street, is a 160-capacity semicircular performance space with a horseshoe-shaped balcony, designed by architect Shizuo Harada.
Alumni group Studio Two performs music by the Beatles before they stormed America.
Don't miss the Music Therapy Department's annual spring symposium.
Join us for an evening of songs, duets, ensembles, and dance from movie musicals past and present. From Singing in the Rain to The Greatest Showman, you will hear top talent from Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee students.
The Brass Department presents a concert featuring performances by students and faculty.
Led by violinist Jason Anick, the Jazz Violin Summit showcases and celebrates the talents of jazz violin faculty and top students at Berklee College of Music.
With sessions ranging from unrepresented identities in the music industry to a social justice mixer, the International Women’s Day Teach-In provides space for students to interact with each other and professionals in the field, celebrating the important activist work of all involved.
Enjoy an evening of music featuring repertoire from the Post-1960 Jazz Project, directed by Voice Department faculty Lisa Thorson. Compositions, which include arrangements and new works by the ensemble, Berklee faculty, and students, traverse the broad landscape of jazz and improvisational music.
Suzanne Davis, associate piano professor at Berklee College of Music, presents a concert of piano trio jazz featuring Giacomo Tagliavia on bass and percussion professor Bob Kaufman on drums.
Faculty members from the Piano Department at Berklee College of Music perform in a variety of settings.
Kyeong-Hyeon Yoon, this year's winner of the Zambelli Scholarship for classical piano, presents a concert of solo piano classical music.
Twelve of the best piano students at Berklee College of Music will perform in a solo acoustic piano concert.
Liberal arts professor Linda J. Chase will direct the Peace and Justice Arts Cafe, featuring music, dance, and theater students speaking out for justice and engaging in dialogue through diverse styles of performative expression.
Billy Childs, the 2019–2020 Ken Pullig Visiting Scholar in Jazz Studies and a Grammy-winning pianist, composer, and arranger, presents an ensemble that includes students from the Harmony and Jazz Composition Department. The ensemble is co-led by professor Daniel Ian Smith.
Classical guitarist Apostolos Paraskevas, joined by an array of amazing artists, performs music for solo and chamber ensemble.
Berklee College of Music faculty members present the Gotet, led by saxophonist Dino Govoni and trumpeter Doug Olsen, which plays original music with an ensemble that includes Doug Johnson (piano), Bruce Gertz (bass), and Casey Scheuerell (drums).
Enjoy performances by faculty and students from the Woodwind Department at Berklee College of Music.
Don't miss this concert tribute to the late Dave Samuels, a master mallet player whose primary instruments were vibraphone and marimba.
Join us for a master class/clinic on Indian classical music, presented by a renowned artist from India.
Don’t miss this annual Berklee celebration of mandolins, in all their forms, played by students and faculty. The performance features mandolins, mandolas, fiddles, and guitars, with styles ranging from Bach to bluegrass and jazz.
The Composer Sinfonietta is a vital, community-based model for contemporary music creation consisting of composers/performers who join to write and perform new music for the chamber orchestra formation, including winds, brass, strings, piano, and percussion.