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.
Students from Jeannie Gagné's Rehearsal Techniques for Vocalists class perform a variety of original and classic songs with an all-star band.
Nancy Zeltsman, professor in the Percussion Department at Berklee College of Music, leads a program featuring Berklee students performing as the culmination of their work in various marimba courses this semester.
The Berklee Celtic Vocal Ensemble presents a spring concert of traditional and contemporary songs from the British Isles and Ireland, featuring gorgeous ballads, lively jigs and reels, and rousing sea shanties.
This ensemble is a group of Berklee College of Music students dedicated to the music of Jerry Reed, as performed by Chet Atkins and Reed.
Global Strings Ensemble and Berklee Greek Ensemble collaborate in a concert of traditional Greek, North African, Romanian, and Hungarian music with special guests, including Vasilis Kostas on laouto.
Ned Rosenblatt, assistant professor in the Voice Department, presents his Concert Choir.
This performance of classical music features piano with other instruments, including four-hand piano, with music from early classical through modern.
Students from Jamie Lynn Hart's Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble showcase material from a variety of genres with a killer rhythm section.
The Electronic Production and Design (EPD) Senior Showcase presents capstone projects from EPD students. The projects include new electronic music, video game and visual media sound design, music software, and innovative music controllers.
With the release of its debut album Dogs in 2016, Nolatet—vibraphonist Mike Dillon, pianist Brian Haas, bassist James Singleton, and drummer Johnny Vidacovich—added its own new twist to a New Orleans, Louisiana, tradition.
Mark Shilansky plays original jazz and arrangements of standards and popular music with unexpected grooves, harmony, and humor, backed by his empathic, flexible band of horns, vocals, and rhythm section.
Please join the Berklee Global Jazz Institute and the Office of Academic Affairs in celebrating the commencement of students in the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Global Jazz) program. The ceremony includes a reception and student concert.
Guitarist, composer, and musical director Santiago Barragan Noguera presents a set of original material influenced by world and Latin music.
Bassist and composer Jinwoo Lee performs his arrangements and originals at his senior recital.
Join graduating multi-instrumentalist and producer dolltr!ck, a.k.a. Claire Marie Lim, for an evening of eclectic electronic music. She will perform originals, remixes, and covers from genres such as R&B, house, and Korean pop.
Bain Smith, a faculty pianist in the Five-Week Summer Performance Program, presents Sextet East Plays the Music of Bain Smith, featuring a faculty band.