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.
Enjoy original compositions featuring eclectic styles and colorful harmony from Helen Sherrah-Davies, a violinist, pianist, and assistant professor in the Harmony Department at Berklee College of Music.
Nando Michelin and Ebinho Cardoso present a collection of original songs using poetry by Manoel de Barros.
This concert, the 11th in the series, features Guitar Department faculty in solo and duo settings. Department chair emeritus Larry Baione, chair Kim Perlak, and assistant chair Sheryl Bailey will share the stage with colleagues who perform in classical, jazz, fingerstyle, folk, slide, rock, and blues styles.
The Composition Department presents an evening of original works by Berklee College of Music faculty composers.
Berklee's Ear Training Department faculty present a wide-ranging selection of some of their original music, from popular songwriting and jazz to contemporary classical and experimental new music.
This annual event features a panel of successful music business entrepreneurs.
OddSong is a unique chamber jazz group with a saxophone quartet, marimba, violin, and voice that features music composed and arranged by Darrell Katz with additional music by Helen Sherrah-Davies.
Join us for an exciting evening of music as Berklee Brass features its special guest artist, along with members of Berklee's faculty.
Come celebrate the 21st Octoboefest with the soulful sounds of the oboe. From traditional repertoire to contemporary creations, Berklee College of Music oboe students will take front and center for this celebration. Costumes are encouraged.
The Mivos Quartet will play a concert of 20th- and 21st-century music for string quartet.
Join the Laszlo Gardony Trio as it celebrates 20 years of performing and recording together.
This annual orientation for new and prospective music business/management (MB/M) majors features a keynote by MB/M alumni and networking with leaders of MB/M–connected student activities.
Join us for an interactive dialogue on the state of hip-hop culture, with live performances.
Each semester, students and faculty from the Music Education Department present an eclectic program that includes original student work and student-led ensembles, as well as short “Ed Talks” on the topic of music education.
Hey Rim Jeon, a pianist, composer, and associate professor in the Piano Department at Berklee College of Music, presents a concert featuring selections from her new album Groovitude.
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.
Enjoy a lively and varied program of music from around the world, featuring the Berklee Flute Choir and the Autumn Winds and Piano Ensemble, led by faculty member Wendy Rolfe. Music from the Baroque, Latin, Romantic, and other periods will be performed, highlighting varied woodwinds, piano, and the flute family, from bass to piccolo.
In his fourth and final recital at Berklee College of Music, Jason Mountario presents original compositions based on the contemporary jazz idiom, with the support of his large ensemble.
Students from Jeannie Gagné’s Rehearsal Techniques for Vocalists class perform a blend of original and classic songs with an all-star band.
Students enrolled in Marimba Ensembles 2 and 3, Marimba in Mixed Chamber Music Ensemble, and Marimba Transcriptions and Repertoire Lab perform a wide variety of music they have prepared throughout the semester. The performances are directed by Nancy Zeltsman.