Supporting our Divisions
Boston Conservatory at Berklee offers a world-class performing arts education through its Dance, Music, and Theater divisions. Gifts to the divisions enhance the student experience by supporting curriculum development, visiting artists, and financial assistance for students. Explore the divisions below and consider a gift to the one that means the most to you.
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With a profound depth of knowledge and an impressive portfolio of real-world dance experience, Boston Conservatory teachers and acclaimed guest artists are as passionate about their students as they are about their craft. By challenging students to think beyond conventions, the Conservatory provides an environment for young dancers to grow into cutting-edge artists. The Conservatory’s outstanding technical training, supported by thought-provoking coursework, guides dancers' development as “whole artists”—those who are well-rounded, culturally aware, and fully engaged in mind, body, and spirit.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Music Division offers a reimagined approach to classical music training that reflects and engages with the world we live in. By embracing diversity—of people, perspective, and aesthetic—our students are prepared to both impact the world now and shape tomorrow’s musical landscape. Our renowned faculty help forge bonds between our students and the field and empower our students to cultivate original artistic expression. With an emphasis on contemporary classicism and the art music of the future, our students are equipped with the versatility and entrepreneurial mindset needed to carve their own career paths. As leaders and radical innovators, Boston Conservatory graduates are artist-citizens who use their creative platform to change the world for the better.
Home to dreamers, rebels, and innovators, Boston Conservatory at Berklee offers a new model for theater education that helps students carve their own career path in theater. Many theater programs promise to create “triple threats” who can act, sing, and dance. But why be limited to three? At Boston Conservatory, talent isn’t viewed as a “threat,” but as a gift to be celebrated with respect and joy. Studying theater is a means for discovering one’s authentic self, developing an empathetic imagination, and exploring truths about the world. In our classrooms and on our stages, we celebrate both individual identity and diversity in all forms, and champion artistry as a powerful vehicle for social justice. Our rigorous and comprehensive programs promote personal choice in a supportive, creative, ever-evolving environment that is setting the stage for the future.