Bachelor of Music in Harp Performance


Program Overview

Boston Conservatory at Berklee's undergraduate harp performance program offers everything a harpist could want: a collaborative learning environment, faculty who value individuality and encourage exploration, a city that is home to extraordinary harpists who perform in a broad spectrum of genres, and an arts environment that features an amazing range of performance opportunities.

The Conservatory's harp program is focused on developing technical prowess and refining artistry. Between personalized instruction with award-winning harpists and the abundance of soloist and ensemble-based performance opportunities, Conservatory harpists are constantly performing and shaping their creative perspective.

Students also have the opportunity to use their talent to help those in need through a special partnership with Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) known as GentleMUSES. Students who choose to participate in this initiative perform harp repertoire as a therapeutic service to complement the medical work of MGH's Cancer Center and pediatric and neonatal intensive care units. Patients benefit from the calming effects of the music and appreciate the performers in a unique way.

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