Boston Conservatory at Berklee Announces Its Spring 2018 Performance Season

January 10, 2018

Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s spring lineup features the Berklee Silent Film Orchestra performing its original score to award-winning film Battleship Potemkin; the beloved Mozart comedy opera Così fan tutte; Winterworks, a dance concert presenting original choreography by Conservatory students and guest choreographers; Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, a musical based on the 1988 film of the same name; Tchaikovsky's heartrending opera, Eugene Onegin; the Boston Conservatory Orchestra with guest conductor Ken-David Masur; The Cradle Will Rock, the 1937 play with music by Marc Blitzstein; and an impressive lineup of guest artists performing for the Boston Conservatory’s popular Piano Masters Series and String Masters Series.
View the full schedule of events—most of which are free or low-cost.

January 20, 2018: Berklee Silent Film Orchestra Performs Battleship Potemkin
January 28, 2018: String Masters Series: Kathryn Lockwood, Viola
January 30, 2018: Piano Masters Series: Janice Weber
February 8–11, 2018: (Opera) Così fan tutte
February 22–25, 2018: (Dance) Winterworks
March 4, 2018: String Masters Series: Jorja Fleezanis and Karl Paulnack
March 8, 2018 (Theater) Dirty Rotten Scoundrels
March 13, 2018: Piano Masters Series: Ralph Votapek
April 5–8, 2018: (Opera) Eugene Onegin
April 8, 2018: String Masters Series: Desmond Hoebig, Cello
April 8, 2018: Boston Conservatory Orchestra with guest conductor Ken-David Masur
April 17, 2018: Piano Masters Series: Yong Hi Moon
April 19–22, 2018: (Dance) Limitless: Spring Dance Concert
April 27–29, 2018: (Theater) The Cradle Will Rock