Oliver Colvin Recital Hall
Located in the 1140 Boylston Street building, the Oliver Colvin Recital Hall is an 86-seat venue at the heart of Berklee's performance action. The venue hosts hundreds of events each year, including faculty concerts, senior concerts, and visiting artist clinics and master classes. Most Berklee students lead their first concert in this hall and it is their introduction to performing at the college. Events are free and open to the public, giving the Boston community an opportunity to hear the rich and diverse talent that resides on campus.
Profoundly influenced by ECM jazz, guitarist Asuka Akagawa presents an intuitive approach to improvisation.
Italian jazz guitarist Luca De Toni performs a set of original songs and covers, including songs from the jazz tradition.
Karen Shiraishi and her group present jazz arrangements.
Joined by friends, Thai guitarist and composer Ting presents a combination of fusion, progressive metal, and rearranged film music.
Thai guitarist and shred master Ting and bandmates present a special performance, combining fusion and progressive metal.
Singer-songwriter SamKayCoh performs a set of original pop tunes inspired by the best of R&B, rock, and folk. Through his original music, SamKayCoh creates a passionate experience for his audience.
Drum set principal Hyunjik Lee presents Latin and standard jazz tunes with his band.
Georgian singer-songwriter Mariam Janjghava, a.k.a. Janngo, performs her first show at Berklee College of Music. Tune in for original songs and well-known tunes in funk and R&B flavors.
Trace Zacur returns to Colvin Hall for his third performance, presenting a high-energy, diverse set of tunes ranging from instrumental jazz to rock and soul.
Smoked Berry is a newly formed Berklee College of Music student band that performs music in a variety of genres, including pop, ballad, R&B, and rock.
Man Yi Lok presents two projects: Summer Drummer, Vincent Lui’s alternative indie-pop project; and FUSIAN, a Harvard University a cappella group with a passion for East Asian culture and music.
Indiana Heights, a five-piece, progressive rock/fusion group based in Boston, Massachusetts, combines the styles of Steely Dan, Billy Joel, and the Beatles into a nostalgic yet unique sound.
Ukulele principal Charissa Hoffman presents an evening of original music and instrumental arrangements, drawing on her Nashville singer-songwriter roots and jazz influences.
Steely Dan saxophonist Roger Rosenberg performs and discusses his touring career as a multi-instrumentalist, as well as being a working musician in New York City with a career that stretches from Miles Davis and Quincy Jones to Steely Dan and Broadway.
Brianna Nelson, a resonant songwriter and soulful vocalist with a bohemian spirit, delivers a fresh mixture of folk, indie, and pop.
Lorenzo Bellini, an Italian pianist, singer, and composer, presents a series of original tunes, covers, and arrangements in a jazz/pop/soul key.
Vibraphone player Samuel Cerra presents a set of original funk and fusion tunes inspired by the culture and music of Leumas Acoustic Band members.
Italian vibraphonist Samuel Cerra joins one of his best friends, guitarist Pritesh Walia, in a tribute to Uzeb.
APEX is a funky, jazzy, fusion hip-hop band from the Genre Transcendence Movement, an art collective based on the premise that humans can unite beyond the barriers of culture and genre.
Jason Park presents his final recital at Berklee College of Music, performing fusion jazz that influenced him, along with original compositions.