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
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.
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.
The 2016 merger between The Boston Conservatory and Berklee College of Music marked the first time two performing arts colleges joined forces, setting off a powerful ripple effect of groundbreaking “firsts” across the Conservatory’s three divisions and the wider Berklee organization—not to mention higher education and the performing arts at large. We reflect on the joint institution’s pioneering collaborations, genre-combusting performances, and innovative learning opportunities through the lens of the question: What milestones could have only been possible in this unique space—the world’s most complete training ground for performing artists?
After Boston Conservatory at Berklee renamed select courses in its ballet curriculum in support of an ongoing institutional effort to ensure inclusivity in the classroom, the school’s senior vice president and executive director Cathy Young sat down with Dance Magazine to discuss how the Conservatory is rethinking dance instruction for today's dance student.