City Music Boston

If you're a third- through 12th-grader living in the greater Boston area, Berklee City Music® can give you the tools and support you need to reach your fullest potential through theory/musicianship classes, ensembles, one-on-one instruction and mentoring, and performance opportunities. You’ll have access to expert faculty and a comprehensive curriculum in popular and contemporary music.

You’ll not only emerge as a better student and musician, but also as a more confident and well-rounded individual ready to shape your world.

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Sights and Sounds

City Music college scholar Antonio Sheill-Loomis delivers a winding guitar solo for a track he wrote.

City Music student Lea Grace Hicks-Swinson and college scholar Josh Sutherland cover Alicia Keys.

City Music Boston students join Elevation Theory in a performance at the Berklee Dining Hall.

Student and Alumni Profiles

Sarah Coelho

High School Academy student Sarah Coelho attended the Five-Week Summer Performance Program for the third year in a row thanks to the City Music Scholarship.

Henry Oyekanmi

Berklee City Music College Scholar Henry Oyekanmi discusses his time at Berklee and how he was able to graduate a year early.

Aaron Johnson

Aaron Johnson is an alto saxophone and piano player who recently graduated from Milton Academy. He reflects on his time at Berklee City Music Boston.

Aidan Gallegos

Berklee City Music High School Academy student Aidan Gallegos reflects on taking a semester off from City Music to concentrate on his academic pursuits.