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.
Paulina Parga is a Mexican singer-songwriter with Latin, folk, jazz, pop, and alternative influences.
Triple Tea jazz trio will present their original music, with electronic and film influences.
Gabriel Gomez presents his take on Latin American rock with an original set of songs, as well as some covers from the same genre.
Weijun will perform original compositions in the pop-rock/blues genre, spreading positive and meaningful messages of love and peace.
Contemporary writing and production major and piano principal Kate Lee will perform contemporary songs.
Composer, arranger, and producer Kate Lee will perform her original tunes as well as various styles of pop, jazz, and ballads.
Artist Salo Sion will be performing his original creations with hip-hop/jazz collective the Colour Wheel.
Pianist Jay Kim presents his senior recital.
In his senior recital, bass principal Giuseppe Cucchiara presents original music.
Payam Eslami presents a combination of duo, solo, and full band performances in jazz and fusion style.
In his senior recital, guitarist John Cattini presents Morningbird, an alternative/indie rock band that evokes bands such as the Beatles and Queen.
Beth Njoki is a singer-songwriter from Nairobi, Kenya, who tells stories and tales through song that she has collected over her life.
In support of his new album Born Under City Lights, vocalist Tony Ni Evans presents an evening of blood-pumping dance tunes and heart-warming ballads.
Valeria Penaranda's band will perform her two contrasting sides in music: Latin American and '50s and '60s jazz.
Piano principal Mira Cho presents an exciting night of musical favorites alternating between classical, jazz, pop, and her original pieces.
David Kim, a singer-songwriter from South Korea, will showcase original songs that have never been performed.
Dakota Galley presents Pando, a groove-centric fusion group with heavily improvised segments.
This performance will consist of transcriptions demonstrating the contribution and advancements jazz master Ray Brown implemented in both the mastery of the double bass and jazz music in general.
Eri Chichibu, a Japanese composer and pianist, and her group will perform her compositions and arrangements.
Percussionist Kan Yanabe presents an afternoon of Brazilian jazz in trio format, featuring pandeiro, guitar, and saxophone, and a special guest appearance by a vibraphonist.