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.
This concert features winners of the Songs for Social Change contest playing their original songs.
Enjoy an evening of jazz and classical music performed by the students from the brass departments of Berklee College of Music and Boston Conservatory at Berklee.
This master class/clinic on Hindustani (North Indian classical music) and Carnatic (South Indian classical music) will be presented by renowned artists from India.
The Berklee Clarinet Choir performs works by Bach, Mozart, and Bartok, as well as swing-era and new pieces.
Jim Kelly and Matthew Nicholl lead a faculty band that includes Mark Walker, Michael Farquharson, and Jim Odgren in a concert of original music. Although Kelly and Nicholl have performed many times in Italy, this will be their first concert in the United States.
Enjoy a lively and varied program of music from around the world featuring the Berklee Flute Choir and the Spring Winds and Piano Ensemble, led by faculty member Wendy Rolfe.
Each year, the Jazz Composition Department hosts a concert featuring the best works from its Chord Scale Voicings for Arranging (AR-201) course. Hosted by professor Jackson Schultz, this concert is always a treat.
Music education students showcase their work from the spring 2019 semester.
Qantara, which means arch in Arabic, brings to life a vision for the fusion of world jazz, Middle Eastern, western classical, and Latin American music in a way that transcends the boundaries of genre and geography.
Faculty from the Voice and String departments at Berklee College of Music perform contemporary solo songs cowritten by singer-songwriter Elvis Costello and the Brodsky Quartet.
Berklee's fifth annual Earth Day celebration features a mix of faculty speakers and student bands performing original music, including songs with environmental themes.
The Berklee Urban Service Awards (BUSA) celebrate Berklee students, faculty, staff, alumni, and partner organizations who perform social change in Greater Boston and honor people who make a difference in Boston communities.
Students from Jeannie Gagné’s Rehearsal Techniques for Vocalists class perform a blend of original and classic songs with an all-star band.
This concert, directed by marimba professor Nancy Zeltsman, will showcase many Berklee College of Music student groups playing a variety of musical styles, including classical, contemporary, jazz, and pop.
The Concert Choir presents a set of vocal music, led by Voice Department faculty member Ned Rosenblatt.
This performance features classical music involving piano and other instruments, as well as piano duet.
ENSEMBLE / PARALLAX is a contemporary music and multimedia group led by Peyman Farzinpour, an assistant professor of composition at Berklee College of Music. The group will present a multimedia concert featuring the music of Rebecca Saunders and Farzinpour.
Jeannie Gagné's Pop/Rock/Country Ensemble performs original and classic tunes with an all-star rhythm section.
Pianist and composer Takumi Kakimoto presents his senior recital as a jazz composition major at Berklee College of Music.
This showcase features audio, video, and research capstone projects from students majoring in electronic production and design.