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.
After a very successful first show, the Broadway Band shifts to a more intimate setting with Unplugged, an acoustic set of musical theater songs featuring six vocalists and a five-piece band.
The Classical Musicians Coalition at Berklee College of Music presents various classical chamber music performances by students.
Pianist Michiko Inoue presents original music and covers inspired by jazz, classical, and Brazilian music.
Blending orchestral elements with progressive rock, Oliver Price and his band perform a blend of soaring melodies and crushing rock rhythms, telling a story through dynamics and lyrics.
French guitarist Loïc Seznec presents Caméléon, a trio project combining post-rock, experimental, and electronic grooves. This recital will feature original compositions and arrangements.
Composer Daniel Jones presents a collection of original works for solo instruments, including flute, horn, marimba, and bassoon.
Hyakki Yagyo presents a jazz piano trio with traditional Japanese scale elements. The recital will feature original compositions combined with traditional Japanese music and modern jazz elements.
Chinese Tradition Music, an ensemble that combines Chinese and Western music, performs a concert that includes solo, duo, and small ensemble.
Drum set principal Yuval Cohen presents his jazz quintet.
Iñigo Fúster, a guitarist from Madrid, Spain, leads the Guitar Quintet, featuring Ángela Varo and Gelín Hau on violin, Noah Leong on viola, and Yi-Ming Hsu on cello.
Susan Hagen, joined by special guests, performs a recital of solo works and duo pieces.
Sungwoo Lee, a.k.a. Sung, presents an afternoon of jazz standards and original compositions.
Pianist Sergio de Miguel presents Espirales, a trio project including Euan Leslie (drums) and John Koh (double bass). The recital will feature original compositions combining modern jazz, Galician and Spanish traditional music, and Latin influences.
For the first time ever, Milosz Berdzik presents original music influenced by genres such as modern jazz, experimental, electronic, hip-hop, and breakbeat.
Massachusetts native Gabe Childs brings the sweet sounds of funky, jazzy soul to you this spring. Grab your dance shoes, leave your worries at the door, and warm your hearts.
Pianist Junghwan Kim presents different piano styles, from classical to modern, in a concert featuring guest performers.
A jazz piano trio composed of Shinya Lin, Evan Palmer, and Titus Kim share arrangements and interpretations of standards, as well as original music and free improvisation. The trio will feature music from its new album, Think of One.
Double bass player Eduardo Díez and vocalist Adriana Corredor present Un Gusto de Terruño, a tango experience that showcases different styles of the genre.
Singer and percussionist Fernando Zárate presents American Continent, a project with original music and arrangements based on grooves from South, Central, and North America.
At this master class and clinic, presented by associate percussion professor Jerry Leake, learn about North and South Indian percussion solos; merging rhythm theory and practice; compositional forms; and improvisations.