Prospective students are encouraged to visit Boston Conservatory at Berklee and take a campus tour. Visiting campus is one of the best ways to decide if the Conservatory is the right school for you. Our tours are led by current students, giving you the opportunity to hear about their experiences.
Studying at Boston Conservatory at Berklee places you in the heart of Boston, the cultural epicenter of New England. Here you will be surrounded by some of the most prestigious performing arts organizations and artists in the world—with campus located just minutes from the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, and much more.
Please register for your tour at least one week prior to your visit, so that we may best accommodate your preferred date and time. You will receive an email confirmation with directions to our campus shortly after scheduling your tour. Tours are not offered on holidays or weekends. Tours last about one hour and a half. They begin at 921 Boylston Street, and end at the Conservatory Welcome Center at 8 Fenway.
Lessons with Faculty
During the fall and spring semesters, there may be opportunities to meet with a faculty member for a lesson. If you are interested in meeting with faculty, please email them directly at least two weeks prior to your visit.
If you are unable to attend a campus tour, please feel free to stop by the Berklee Office of Admissions, located on the 6th floor of 921 Boylston Street, during regular business hours, to meet with an Admissions staff member who can provide materials and answer any questions you may have. We strongly recommend making an appointment with a Boston Conservatory Admissions Counselor in advance by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. We look forward to your visit!
Looking for Berklee College of Music?
Though Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Berklee College of Music have merged, we still maintain separate application processes and campus tours. To visit Berklee College of Music, please view their campus visit page.