Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s graduate string programs prepare musicians for versatile careers through specialized performance training and focused studies in audition technique, career development, and entrepreneurship. Apply by December 15.
Berklee's first international campus, in Valencia, Spain, offers master's degrees, summer programs, and many other opportunities for global music education.
M.M. in Choral Conducting
Develop your artistic voice and gain hands-on experience leading an ensemble in Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s choral conducting program, let by distinguished conductor George Case. Apply by December 15.
With the theme Love Supreme, the ninth annual BGJI Summit, to be held March 30 at the Berklee Performance Center, will celebrate the impact of William Shakespeare, Maya Angelou, Geri Allen, Kahlil Gibran, Gabriela Mistral, John Coltrane, and Martin Luther King Jr. on today's jazz era.
Berklee Honors Rosanne Cash, Nile Rodgers, and Esperanza Spalding
This year's honorary doctorate recipients span an array of musical genres, including country, hip-hop, pop, and jazz. Berklee President Roger H. Brown will present Rosanne Cash, Nile Rodgers, and Esperanza Spalding B.M. '05 with honorary Doctor of Music degrees on May 12.
Versatility is key for vocalists, and training across styles—from classical to pop to hip-hop—helps students prepare for a wide spectrum of career opportunities. Boston Conservatory at Berklee's Christy Turnbow and Michael Hanley embrace this integrated approach in vocal pedagogy.
Berklee has found its way into a host of books, including Alisa Valdes's novel Make Him Look Good. For Valdes, the connection is two-fold: she's an alumna and her protagionist is a rising pop star with Berklee roots. Read about 10 books that feature Berklee.