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.
The Joe Mulholland Sextet will perform original music for jazz sextet, featuring Berklee faculty and guests. The group will play material from its three CD releases.
Fernando Firmino presents a rich mixture of jazz, hip-hop, and classical music. In the tradition of jazz large ensemble (along with Ableton Live programed beats), Firmino features the bass.
Nando Michelin and Ebinho Cardoso present a collection of original songs that incorporate poems by Brazilian poet Manoel de Barros.
The fourth annual Symposium for Interconnected Arts and Music Performance, presented by the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, creates a space to explore the multidimensionality of music and the connections between creativity, improvisation, science, spirituality, and the broader human experience.
Joy Lee, an Imogen Heap Award–winning composer, electronic music producer, and performer, presents original compositions in varied styles. The concert features avant-garde electroacoustic compositions, electronic beats, and experimental free improvisations, with acoustic and electronic instrumentation.
Hideaki Ura will perform his original music with great musicians.
The Nikos Chatzitsakos Tiny Big Band and Jazz Orchestra performs originals, arrangements of popular songs of the Broadway era (1920s–1960s), and compositions by jazz musicians from the same period.
Henrique De Almeida presents World News—Jazz Fusion.
George W. Russell Jr., chair of the Harmony Department at Berklee College of Music, plays piano with some folks who can sing, including Donna McElroy, Darcel Wilson, Dominique Eade, Jodi Jenkins, Jeff Ramsey, and many others.
Danny Harrington, a professor in the Harmony Department, will perform on a newly restored saxophone previously owned by Harry Carney, a longtime member of Duke Ellington's big band.
Marcelo Torres, considered one of the best Argentinian bass players of his generation, leads a band composed of Berklee faculty and students in performances of his compositions.
Join us for an exciting evening of music with Maurizio Fabrizio and Scanzonati. The concert features some of his most successful songs, played and arranged by Fabrizio, Andrea Pejrolo, Stefano Marchese, and special guest Angelo Valori, accompanied by Scanzonati.
Enjoy original compositions featuring eclectic styles and colorful harmony from Helen Sherrah-Davies, a violinist, pianist, and assistant professor in the Harmony Department at Berklee College of Music.
The Harmony Faculty Big Band presents a concert of new eclectic jazz works and arrangements by faculty composers.
This concert, the 11th in the series, features Guitar Department faculty in solo and duo settings. Department chair emeritus Larry Baione, chair Kim Perlak, and assistant chair Sheryl Bailey will share the stage with colleagues who perform in classical, jazz, fingerstyle, folk, slide, rock, and blues styles.
This fall symposium, open to the public and preapproved for seven continuing education credits, provides valuable tools to understand and prevent burnout, as well as maintaining one’s health and wellness to perform a long and satisfying career as a helping professional.
The Composition Department presents an evening of original works by Berklee College of Music faculty composers.
Berklee's Ear Training Department faculty present a wide-ranging selection of some of their original music, from popular songwriting and jazz to contemporary classical and experimental new music.
This annual event features a panel of successful music business entrepreneurs.
OddSong is a unique chamber jazz group with a saxophone quartet, marimba, violin, and voice that features music composed and arranged by Darrell Katz with additional music by Helen Sherrah-Davies.