Boston Conservatory student Shelbie Rassler (B.M. '20, composition) produced and edited her arrangement of “What the World Needs Now” for virtual orchestra, becoming a viral internet sensation in the age of social distancing.
Today, Berklee announced that it would transition to online learning beginning Monday, March 23 to help minimize the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). I realize that this is a difficult and unexpected turn of events, and I want you to know that we are here to support you during this challenging time
Boston Conservatory at Berklee and SpeakEasy Stage Company proudly announce an artistic and academic partnership between the two institutions, beginning in the spring of 2020. This alliance will enhance the hands-on experiences of the next generation of theater artists at one of the most respected theater companies in New England.
It isn’t every day that student musicians are featured on a professional recording alongside an acclaimed soloist, but with the release of Bowie Cello Symphonic: Blackstar on January 10, several Boston Conservatory at Berklee students can claim this distinction.
This time of year, scores of Boston Conservatory at Berklee students, alumni, and faculty light up stages with their artistry, bringing seasonal joy to audiences across the country. On December 13 at the Boch Center Wang Theatre, three Conservatory students did just that—this time, alongside a certain pop superstar whose voice has become practically synonymous with Christmas: Mariah Carey.
In 2019, Boston Conservatory at Berklee continued to push the limits of what a conservatory education looks like for today’s performing artists. Here’s a roundup of some of the independent publications that recognized Boston Conservatory at Berklee as a top-tier conservatory for dance, music, and theater in 2019.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee announces the appointment of Patsy Collins Bandes as chair of theater. Collins Bandes reports to Dean of Theater Scott Edmiston and is a key member of the divisional leadership team.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Alumni Entrepreneurial Grant Program (EGP) empowers alumni to explore and develop their unique programmatic ideas in the arts. Established in 2013, the EGP has awarded nearly $20,000 to date, seeding ideas that have become fledgling theater companies, vital community programs, cutting-edge contemporary dance presentations, and more.