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.
Bassist Valeria Falcon presents a solo project combining original and sensitive songs with a powerful Latin/funk repertoire.
Korean American singer-songwriter Julia Jahng performs a collection of originals written in the pop and Christian contemporary genres.
Northern California native Solomon Alber presents Solo with Satellites, a band that utilizes jazz, soul, and reggae to create a unique sound.
Vocalist Lily Marie Antonini, a.k.a. Lil-e, performs pop, disco, and Latin fusion songs.
Inspired by R&B, neo-soul, and funk, Alex Maes and her band perform covers and original compositions featured on her upcoming EP.
Buttonwillow navigates the uncharted waters of fiddle-ukulele duos with a blend of original music and obscure covers ranging from Django Reinhardt to Norwegian folk music.
Bassist and singer-songwriter Claire Davis showcases an original set of heartfelt lyrics with a healthy dose of groove. The concert features bandmates Leo Son (guitar), Dakota Maykrantz (drums), Maclin Tucker (trumpet), and Ian Lazan (trombone).
Woodwind multi-instrumentalist Jeri Sykes and pianist David McGrory bring the tradition of doubling, common in jazz and theater, to the world of classical music, presenting an evening of chamber music performed on a variety of instruments.
Southern Californian vocalist Emilia Hilgers showcases her island-inspired pop and R&B renditions of songs by DRAM, Kali Uchis, the Police, and many others.
Pianist and composer Vladan Milenkovic presents a set of original compositions in a jazz trio format.
Pianist Wilfie Williams presents contemporary jazz trio music.
Saxophonist Jonathan Reisin presents original music and arrangements influenced by jazz and Israeli music.
Japanese pianist Masafumi Kurosaki and friends perform a set of jazz songs and arrangements of his favorite tunes.
Growing up in the foothills of the Rockies, Jared Janzen always has been drawn to the mountains. This raw, organic connection is at the heart of his music as he guides listeners through an introspective and healing experience.
Guitarist Danny Circharo presents a blues-fueled Southern rock experience, diving into the deep catalog of one of rock’s greatest bands, the Allman Brothers Band.
Passionate about the transformative power of storytelling, Audrey Bussanich weaves folk and jazz roots into her songs. In this recital, she presents original music and performs covers of tunes that shaped her as an artist and person.
Japanese pianist Kohta Nakai and his friends perform a set of jazz tunes and original compositions.
Mexican bassist and composer Saul Ojeda presents Nisos Chidos and Friends.
German jazz pianist Nicholas von der Nahmer presents the debut performance of his Nordic Jazz Trio at Berklee College of Music. Together with Japanese drummer Yosuke Doki and American bassist Evan Palmer, the trio mixes North European Jazz with Japanese influences, creating a unique soundscape.
Sam Marsh, a vocalist and educator, presents her first and last solo show at Berklee College of Music. Marsh and a team of amazing musicians will present a variety of styles, including musical theater, classical, and indie pop.