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.
Italian singer-songwriter Emily Dukes, who is also a violinist, pianist, and guitarist, presents an evening of indie, pop, funk, and R&B originals and arrangements.
ENIGMATIC hits the Berklee stage again with fresh arrangements with grooves you've never heard before. Forget about keys and disregard everything you thought about the signature of time.
Fingerstyle guitarist Brooks Robertson will present an instrumental concert featuring music from guitar legends Chet Atkins, Jerry Reed, Buster B. Jones, and Tommy Emmanuel.
Pianist Yosuke Soeda performs with his group playing originals, jazz standards, and new arrangements.
Trumpet player José Villa performs traditional regional Mexican compositions with special guests.
Triple Tea, a jazz trio led by pianist Tommaso Taddonio, will play a set of original music with different instrumentation.
Nick Sanchez leads his eclectic band, the Prophecy, blending the musical styles of the Middle East with prog rock and modern jazz.
Vocalist Tim Liao's last recital at Berklee features his original songs and also some new arrangements.
Formerly known as the Detours, the Cotones are a Boston-based indie/alternative rock group formed in 2015 that is influenced by bands such as the Arctic Monkeys, Queens of the Stone Age, Led Zeppelin, and David Bowie.
This is piano principal Takumi Kakimoto's fifth recital at Berklee as a jazz composition and performance major.
The 2017 Music Education Symposium will feature guest speakers and opportunities for students and faculty to learn about using technology in settings with special-needs students.
The faculty of the Harmony Department at Berklee will present original compositions and arrangements for jazz orchestra.
This annual event features a panel of successful music business entrepreneurs.
This concert will feature original chamber music composed by students from the Society of Composers, the only collective of undergraduate student composers at Berklee.
This modern classical protest concert will be performed in memory of Composition Department professor Vuk Kulenovic, who passed away April 10, 2017.
Kenny Werner, artistic director of the Effortless Mastery Institute, uses his life story and experiences to explore the barriers to creativity and mastery of music.
The voice departments of the Conservatory and the College are collaborating to present some of our best and brightest vocalists. The program will showcase our stylistic diversity across a wide range of genres.
The annual display of double reeds in unique ensembles, both musical and stylistic, has become a Berklee tradition.
Voice Department professor Maggie Scott presents the Vocal Jazz Series, in which jazz vocalists perform repertoire from the Great American Songbook, accompanied by a trio on piano, bass, and drums.
Kris Adams and Tim Ray perform the music of former Ear Training Department chair Steve Prosser, accompanied by bassist Paul Del Nero and flutist Fernando Brandao.