While few could predict what 2020 had in store for higher education, one thing remained consistent: Boston Conservatory at Berklee earned recognition as one of the best schools for performing arts education, both for its innovative degree programs and leading summer intensives. The 2020 accolades, gathered from independent sources, underscores Boston Conservatory’s reputation as a leader in performing arts education.
Boston Conservatory will resume on-campus instruction this spring with a hybrid semester that blends in-person instruction and state-of-the-art online coursework. The semester will begin a week later and forgo spring break.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee announces it will conduct all studies entirely remotely for the fall 2020 semester, providing students with a rich and immersive learning experience that balances important experiential training with dynamic academic coursework, and allows for more individualized attention and mentoring from faculty.
Each year, Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s Dance Division invites a group of extraordinary dance professionals to choreograph world-premieres, reconstruct masterworks, and share their knowledge and experience with students beginning their careers. The 2020–2021 lineup includes Camille A. Brown, Jarek Cemerek, William Issac, Gabrielle Lamb, Martha Nichols, Victor Quijada, and Gustavo Sansano.
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse into Boston Conservatory dancers' collaborative process with some of today's leading choreographers as they prepare for the Conservatory's fall dance concert, From the Ground Up, which features six world premieres commissioned specifically for Boston Conservatory dance students.