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 students from Ashlee Varner’s Self-Accompanying Techniques class.
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.
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.
Led by Bobby Stanton, this concert is a combination of two guitar ensembles: the Western Swing and Surf ensembles. The repertoire will be the best of both genres, arranged for several guitars and rhythm section.
At Berklee’s annual Earth Day celebration, student bands perform original music about the environment, alternating with faculty and guest speakers.
Berklee College of Music faculty members Francine Trester and Marti Epstein perform old and new works for violin and piano.
Join us for a showcase of a mixed styles improvisation ensemble led by Berklee College of Music voice instructor Sarah Kervin.
The Berklee Concert Jazz Orchestra, composed of the best jazz instrumentalists at Berklee College of Music, plays the top original jazz compositions by the finest writers on campus.
Three student finalists present their processional brass band compositions in a playoff conducted by Berklee College of Music composition professor Julius Williams.
The Berklee Urban Service Awards (BUSA) celebrate Berklee students, faculty, staff, alumni, and partner organizations who perform social change in the Greater Boston area, and honors people who make a difference in Boston communities.
[Content warning: School shootings.] LATE is a mainly sung-through musical in three parts, revolving around a seemingly ordinary morning in the life of nine high school students getting ready for school. It’s an ordinary day—until it isn’t.
Students from Jeannie Gagné’s Rehearsal Techniques for Vocalists class perform a blend of original and classic songs with an all-star band.
Students perform small ensemble works in a variety of styles centering on mallet percussion instruments.
Berklee College of Music associate professor Mimi Rabson presents the Funkestra, featuring a fun evening of familiar music played by string-playing friends.
Students perform original songs written over the course of the semester in the course Vocal Perspectives on Songwriting 2 (PSVC-441). The music is written by Paula Cole and the performance is directed by course instructor Darcel Wilson.
Join us for Voices in Motion, an a cappella recital led by Joey Blake.
Directed by associate professor of voice Ana Guigui, this performance features Berklee College of Music students enrolled in PSVC-P171 Creating a One-Person Show performing their extraordinary life stories in an intimate and personal setting.
Enjoy beautiful classical ensemble music involving piano, from Baroque through contemporary.
Students from Peter Eldridge’s Vocal Perspectives of Songwriting class perform original tunes created from class assignments.
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.