Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Showcasing over 200 events each year, the BPC may just be the busiest theatre in Boston, and it is certainly the most unique. Owned and operated by Berklee College of Music, the BPC hosts concerts by talented students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as... more
Located in the historic Back Bay, the Berklee Performance Center (BPC) is at the core of Boston's entertainment and cultural community. Showcasing over 200 events each year, the BPC may just be the busiest theatre in Boston, and it is certainly the most unique. Owned and operated by Berklee College of Music, the BPC hosts concerts by talented students, faculty, and visiting artists, as well as a wide variety of productions presented by outside promoters, arts presenters, and community organizations. Events at the BPC span every musical genre and represent a broad range of countries and cultures, from traditional artists to contemporary innovators defining the future of music.less
5 stars-I enjoyed the whole three hours. I had the best seat in the house besides being there.I got to see my friend Samantha Schultz graduate .The music and musicians were fantastic-great speaches/great overall presentation.The camera work was very professional.
There was alot of negative conversation toward the performers, and foul language. For the most part the broadcast was great, volume a little low, but overall grateful that i even got to see the concert!
It was great. Could have used a bit more volume at times.
I give you an A+
Wonderful show with talented students singing some classics. Didn't realize Carole, Annie, Willie, Chris would be there...extra treat. Only wish it didn't compete with Longy concert.
Enjoyed the show and look forward the next.....it was as if we were in the auditorium..great. ...thks....
I didn't have time to watch the entire show but what I saw was very good. Some video issues.
It was ok. Couple of problems:
1) I'm pretty sure it had been advertised originally as starting at 8:15 pm, so when we turned it on we found that it had started instead at 7:30 pm, so we missed quite a bit.
2) For some reason the screen kept shaking quite a bit throughout the presentation & I noticed that others commented on this as well.
3) Sometimes the sound was not good.
4) Basically the presentation was on par with a high school production.
Great performance. 5 Stars for performance... Awful video feed. Very choppy/jittery even in low def. No stars for technical video quality...Don't know who's problem it was but the students of Berklee deserve better...
Had company so saw but did not really get to hear it. Wish there was a way to save it on the computer so I could have really watched it later. I know there are some other shows coming up that I want to see but not at the time it is live! What I did see looked great. Better than a front row seat.
Fantastic! Highly recommend.
What a privilege and a thrill to hear this concert. 48 years of incredible ensemble leading by Phil Wilson. Stunning musicianship and communication at the hands of a master band leader. Home sick with bronchitis I would have died not to get to hear this show knowing it was unfolding live - not the same at all as watching a DVD later. God bless Concert Window and kudos to Phil Wilson for an amazing retirement concert!
It was fun to sample the songwriting talent at Berklee.
This concert was outstanding. There were many highly talented musicians. And the hosts kept it fun too.
Loved seeing our grandson, Ryan Masecar