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.
Berklee alumnus and award-winning producer and songwriter Bleu '96 (Demi Lovato, Selena Gomez) will take you through the process of sculpting a simple acoustic demo into a full production, demonstrating ProTools production techniques.
This event is hosted by our alumni mentor faculty and is a chance for you to perform for this year’s group of Songwriting Workshop participants, meet possible collaborators, or simply check out the original songs and voices. Signups will begin at 6:00 p.m. and you must be there in person to sign up.
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.
Faculty member Renato Milone presents his first jazz project, a quartet, in which he will play a series of jazz standards rearranged to emphasize the rhythmic elements.
Comedian, commentator, and founder of the new social enterprise Humor for Humanity, Jimmy Tingle will feature Berklee City Music® as its nonprofit partner.
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 clinic features special guest vocalist Eula Lawrence, backed up by a trio featuring Berklee faculty Tim Ray (piano), John Pierce (bass), and Berklee alumnus Les Harris Jr. (drums).
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 Five-Week Tower of Power Ensemble will perform the repertoire of recording artists featuring the great Rocco Francis Prestia, including a Q&A session with him and Berklee students.
The Olson Pingrey Quartet (a.k.a. the OPQ) is led by the husband and wife team of Randy Pingrey and Kathy Olson.
Don Lappin will perform a set of original instrumental rock compositions from his latest release, Tapped In.
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 performance is a concert of electronic and world-music influenced compositions featuring a faculty/student ensemble from the Professional Writing and Music Technology Division.
This concert features faculty from the Guitar Department in solo and duo settings, including chair Larry Baione and assistant chair Kim Perlak.
The opening event of the annual Armand Zildjian Artist-in-Residence Program will be a clinic featuring Eric Harland.
The second event of the three-day Armand Zildjian Artist-in-Residence Program, this master class features Eric Harland.
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.