Artistry in Action: Chamber Series presents chamber works by Beethoven, Bohuslav Martinů, Scott Wheeler, and Jesse Montgomery performed by renowned Boston Conservatory at Berklee faculty members and alum Nicholas Johnson.
Students in Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Master of Music in Vocal Pedagogy program perform a medley of works from operatic, art song, musical theater, and contemporary music canons that demonstrate great vocal flexibility and cross-genre singing.
Prospective students and families are invited to attend Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Admissions Open House on Saturday, October 15. Open House is a great opportunity to visit campus, meet our community, and see spectacular Boston Conservatory performances. Registration required.
Boston Conservatory faculty member and acclaimed cellist Rhonda Rider performs works by Brahms, Yu-Wei Chang, and Michael Begaywith violinists Markus Placci and Judith Eissenberg, violists Robert Bruce and Jayna Leach, and cellists Andrés Celis, Grace Fairweather, Elaina Spiro, and Backkyoung Cho.
Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble fuses rock ’n’ roll, heavy metal, funk, and groove with the traditional harmonies and colors of the wind ensemble in an immersive concert experience featuring works by Frank Zappa, Sally Lamb McCune, John Mackey, Steven Bryant, and Katahj Copley. This performance has been selected as part of Boston Conservatory at Berklee's fall 2022 Center Stage collection.
Boston-based contemporary duo Transient Canvas—Amy Advocat, bass clarinet, and Boston Conservatory faculty member Matt Sharrock, marimba—opens their 2022–2023 season with a new program, Crossroads. This electroacoustic concert explores the relationships between human beings and our environment, and features music by Sydney Doemel, Teerath Majumder, Caroline Louise Miller, João Pedro Oliveira, Dan VanHassel, Kirsten Volness, and Kitty Xiao.
Described by the New York Times as “opera’s disrupter in residence,” Detroit Opera Artistic Director Yuval Sharon makes a guest appearance at Boston Conservatory to discuss his process and vision for the future of opera.