Discover Boston Conservatory at Berklee
Explore the spaces we’ve designed to take you from where you are to where you want to be. There are a few options to learn more about Boston Conservatory at Berklee's campus:
- Attend an In-Person Campus Tour
- Join a Virtual Information Session
- Explore a Virtual 360 Campus Tour
- Take a Self-Guided Campus Tour
- Connect with a Faculty Member
Tour Boston Conservatory at Berklee (In-Person)
Join a student-led walking tour featuring our urban campus in Boston, Massachusetts, including visiting facilities for both Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music. Campus tours usually run 60-90 minutes.
While we are excited to reopen our campus following the pandemic, please be advised that during the summer of 2021, the guided in-person campus tour will have limited access to indoor campus locations. As we progress throughout the summer we will begin to add indoor locations back into our campus tour as health and safety precautions allow.
To schedule your campus tour, view the tour calendar and register online. We highly recommend reservations, as we can only accept walk-ins if the tour is not at maximum capacity.
Plan Your Visit
Boston Conservatory at Berklee campus tours are generally offered on weekdays (Monday through Friday) between 10:00 a.m.—4:00 p.m. Eastern Time. Exact tour times may vary.
Boston has a diverse climate and tours run in all types of weather conditions. Though tours are rarely canceled due to weather conditions, we will communicate any changes to you in the event of inclement weather.
Campus tours are not offered on weekends, holidays, or during semester breaks. Use the schedule below as a guideline to learn when to register for your visit. Exact dates are subject to change. View the event portal to register and for the most up-to-date information.
Time of Year:
Registration opens on or before:
|Summer 2021||June 21–August 13||June 7, 2021|
|Fall 2021||September 27–December 17||September 17, 2021|
|Spring 2022||January 31–May 6||December 17, 2021|
Virtual Information Sessions for Prospective Students
To get the most out of your campus tour, we recommend that you attend a Virtual Information Session first. Prospective students and their families are invited to tune in to one of our virtual info sessions to learn more about Boston Conservatory at Berklee. We'll answer your questions about:
- Academic Programs
- Applying to Boston Conservatory at Berklee
- The Audition Process
- Financing Your Education
- Career Services
- Residence Life
Berklee College of Music offers a separate virtual information session showcasing Berklee College of Music. Learn more about Berklee College of Music’s programs and register at their campus visit page.
Virtual 360 Campus Tour
Take a virtual 360 tour to learn about Boston Conservatory at Berklee's residence halls, practice facilities, classrooms, performance venues, dining halls, and more. The video will rotate by moving your mobile device, dragging the picture on your desktop, or moving your head while wearing virtual reality (VR) goggles.
Self-Guided Tour: Explore the Boston Campus
If you are unable to make it during one of our scheduled, in-person campus tours you can also visit on your own. Use our Self-Guided Campus Tour Packet to help navigate your journey through Berklee’s campus in Boston, which features spaces for both Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music students. This tour will take you past 12 unique spaces where current students live, learn, and turn their dreams into reality.*
*Please note: To maintain the health and safety of our community, visitors following the Self-Guided Campus Tour are not allowed inside Berklee buildings. If you would like to visit select Berklee buildings, please register for an in-person campus tour with our admissions team.
Connect with Faculty
If you would like to connect with a faculty member, please contact the respective department chair listed below. Visit our faculty listing to learn more about our faculty.
- For instrumental inquiries, please contact Chair of Instrumental Studies Matthew Marsit
- For composition inquiries, please contact Chair of Composition and Contemporary Music Jonathan Bailey Holland
- For voice inquiries (including classical and musical theater voice), please contact Chair of Voice and Opera Patty Thom
- For dance inquiries, please contact Chair of Dance Mila Thigpen
- For theater inquiries, please contact Chair of Theater Patsy Collins Bandes
For additional upcoming events, visit the Virtual Admissions Events page.