David Friend Recital Hall
The David Friend Recital Hall, located in the Genko Uchida building at 921 Boylston Street, is a semicircular performance space with a horseshoe-shaped balcony, designed by architect Shizuo Harada. The 160-person capacity venue uses a stage that can be moved to the center of the room, creating a performance-in-the-round environment.
Scanzonati is an exciting and original group that revisits some of the classic Italian pop songs of the past 30 years.
Faculty guitarist Scott Tarulli presents a concert.
Drum set artist and Berklee associate professor Henrique De Almeida joins forces with jazz-rock virtuosos Joe Santerre (bass) and Sal DiFusco (guitar) for an exciting evening set extravaganza.
Led by faculty bassist Mark Poniatowski, this concert will take you on a musical journey through the vast collection of instrumental music composed, arranged, and recorded by the Pat Metheny Group.
This is a clinic on rhythm section with accompanying vocalists, featuring Tim Ray on piano, John Pierce on bass, Jon Hazilla on drums, and a special guest vocalist.
The Wild Hogs will present a program that features music from great jazz trumpeters such as Clifford Brown, Miles Davis, Dizzy Gillespie, Art Farmer, Randy Brecker, and Maynard Ferguson.
Evo-Q is a contemporary jazz faculty quartet led by saxophone/flute player Lance Van Lenten. It includes Joe Mulholland on piano, David Clark on bass, and Casey Scheuerell on drums.
This concert will feature the music of pianist Bain Smith with a faculty sextet as part of the Five-Week Summer Performance Program.
The Olson Pingrey Quartet (a.k.a. the OPQ) is led by the husband and wife team of Randy Pingrey and Kathy Olson.
Borrowing from tunes ranging from pop to rock, jazz to blues, this concert will put a different perspective on the modern big band sound.
This concert features faculty from the Guitar Department in solo and duo settings, including chair Larry Baione and assistant chair Kim Perlak.
Welcome back with this peek into the world of Berklee's String Department, featuring jazz, classical, rock, folk, and funk.
Join us for an evening of original works by Composition Department faculty and students.
Author, composer, and conductor Nicolas Slonimsky traveled the world, collecting music and championing new works. Explore his life and contributions at this session presented by Barbara LaFitte.