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.
Trombonist Sam Rowley and his group perform a selection of his original music along with other compositions influential to his artistic development.
Focusing on traditional Celtic tunes, lever harpist Rhiannon Ramsey-Brimberg presents a wide selection of music, including jazz and classical pieces.
Multi-instrumentalist Zachary Gilbert presents an hourlong concert of original music and covers of significance to him.
For his senior recital, drum set principal Hyunjik Lee presents modern jazz styles in a trio (piano, bass, and drums) setting.
Drummer Jonah Salen performs a set of original music with his band Gatch, featuring combinations of rock, funk, bluegrass, and jazz styles.
Mexican American vocalist Ryne Anthony leads a dynamic band through an energetic set inspired by icons in the gay community. The recital will feature music from artists such as Elton John, Queen, Selena, and Adam Lambert.
Chilean guitarist and jazz composer Sebastian Fuentes performs the music of Tim Miller.
Guitarist Myungheon Lee performs a set of original songs and covers in jazz and fusion genres.
For this master class, Chris Savarino will cover many topics, including polyrhythms, metric modulation, and odd time signatures.
Joined by his trio, guitarist Tim Barnard performs a set of modern jazz/fusion tunes by artists such as Allan Holdsworth and Pat Metheny.
Cypriot tenor Ektoras Georgiou, a student of Berklee College of Music voice professor Kathryn Wright, performs a selection of songs and arias from the classical repertoire.
Enjoy the art of the duo, in which chosen students coarrange and perform tunes with voice faculty Peter Eldridge, using only two voices, piano, and possibly percussion.
For his senior recital, Calvin Mausteller presents a mix of original music inspired by classic rock, folk, and fingerstyle guitar.
Guitarist Myles Clemons presents a solo project that combines hip-hop and funk.
Saxophonist Itamar Efrat presents his senior recital.
For his senior recital, Brazilian jazz guitarist and composer Rafael Naine performs a set of original compositions and jazz standards.
Clarinetist Benjamin Cousins presents a night of music influenced by his love for his hometown of New Orleans, Louisiana, and all the great instructors who have influenced him through the years.
Bass principal Alec Graham presents his senior recital.
Talented students, using techniques learned in their self-accompany class, perform a solo concert in the theme of spring.
Students of Rebecca Shrimpton’s Advanced Jazz/Blues Vocal Ensemble perform original songs and arrangements covering the spectrum of traditional and contemporary jazz, backed by a full rhythm section.