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.
Flia de Tres features Patricia Ligia, a bassist from Uruguay; Santiago Galeano, a pianist from Argentina; and Felipe Aranha, a drummer from Brazil. The trio, which offers an interesting take on Brazilian music, is heavily influenced by the sounds of el Río de la Plata.
Fryderyk Hoang presents a jazz repertoire along with original compositions.
Singer-songwriters Alexandra Grace, LEW, and Arielle Marie join forces to create an evening of original acoustic music performed in the round.
For this recital, Weisheng Wu presents arrangements of covers, featuring several tunes that reflect the title of the performance in fusion and bossa genres.
Trace Zacur returns to deliver a high-energy concert of funk, rock, jazz, and everything in between.
Brazilian bassist Fernando Firmino presents original music for trio in a combination of jazz and hip-hop music.
Influenced by neo-soul, jazz and gospel music, Indian pianist/keyboardist/singer/producer Ron Cha presents original music and arrangements of his favorite songs.
Voting Yes is a Boston, Massachusetts–based alternative rock band with influences ranging from jazz to classical to pop-punk to Rick and Morty.
Aman Jagwani will present an array of original music and arrangements that display his influences and experiences in India and Boston. The style will be jazz, along with the fusion of different grooves and cultures to create varying improvisational contexts.
Misha Bogomolov, a world traveler, musician, thinker, and poet, joins friends to fuse various styles into songs with intense lyrical content, taking listeners on an emotional journey.
CANCELED: This event has been canceled.
Guitarist James Reed presents Views from Neptune, a student-led band from Boston, Massachusetts.
Pianist Aaron Pereira presents the Myles Electric Quartet, a traditional jazz ensemble with electronic timbres. The recital will feature drum and bass, techno, and pop.
Guitarist Lucas Santos and his trio present Brazilian and jazz tunes.
Guitarist Matt Sewell presents his senior recital.
Multi-instrumentalist Neal Lapolla will perform original compositions and arrangements of covers with his band, Bent Frames. This recital will feature music that draws influence from R&B, soul, jazz, and alternative music.
Paden Osburn presents her final show at Berklee College of Music with a set of acoustic covers and originals.
Poppa Ban presents NY Based, a new hip-hop experience with no band—just the artist, the DJ, and the people. The performance will feature songs from Poppa’s EP, other originals, and covers.
Kilough is an alternative singer-songwriter who is new to the Boston music scene. Supported by her band of two guitars, a bass, and drums, she performs upbeat and memorable music.
Chris Petty presents his solo electronic project, c_pet. This recital will feature original music utilizing a wide array of instruments, including drum set, Ableton Live with Push, malletKat, a modular synthesizer, and hand percussion.
Leni Stern ’80 is a guitarist who fuses jazz and world music into compositions and a sound that is uniquely her own.