Full-Tuition Grants for Global Jazz Graduate Program
Beginning with the fall 2016 class, all students accepted into Berklee's master of music in contemporary performance (global jazz concentration) program will be awarded full-tuition grants valued at $47,500.
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.
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.
Alumni Alex Lacamoire '95 ("Hamilton," "In the Heights"), Stephen Oremus '92 ("The Book of Mormon," "Kinky Boots") and Will Wells '11 ("Hamilton") meet with alumni, and Lacamoire visits campus, giving notes to musical theater students.
Fernando Furones conducts his first orchestra—but likely not his last—after studying in Berklee’s Five-Week Summer Performance Program, Study Abroad program, Boston undergraduate program, and Valencia, Spain master’s program.
Organized by Quincy Jones ’51 ‘83H, Hamilton’s Lin-Manuel Miranda, and others, the recent Rise Up as One Concert built bridges between cultures as Berklee students and alumni performed with Latin music superstar Alejandro Sanz ’13H.
Alongside their Grammy-winning heroes such as Danilo Pérez and John Patitucci, students performed on stage at the 2016 Newport Jazz Festival with the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, turbo-charging their performance careers with guidance from Berklee master's program students.
In this episode of Inside Berklee, Cathy Young, director of Boston Conservatory at Berkee's Dance Division, talks about taking risks, the recent merger, and preparing students for careers as versatile, entrepreneurial artists.