Boston Conservatory at Berklee string students shone brightly at the third annual Massachusetts String Teachers Association's (MA-ASTA) Masters Solo Competition, which took place on campus on March 18. Elisa R. Sadaba (B.M. '17, cello) won the Grand Prize, as well as the the Audience Favorite prize. Montserrat Siles (B.M. '20, violin) was judged the Best Contemporary Performance in the Senior Division.
Two ensembles from Boston Conservatory at Berklee—brass quintet No Strings Attached and cello quartet BoCoCelli—are headed to Washington, D.C. in April for a performance on the John F. Kennedy Center’s Millennium Stage.
Conservatory alumna Dorothy Latham has had a storied career at the intersection of music and education. Since retiring, she has found a "fourth career" at a place she loves: the city’s historic Symphony Hall, home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
As the nation recognizes Women’s History Month this March, Boston Conservatory at Berklee salutes the legacy of visionary founder Julius Eichberg, who in 1867 opened the Conservatory’s doors to women and those who had never before had access to a conservatory-style education.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s impressive spring performance lineup brings the finest in performing arts to the stage and celebrates the school's historic 150th anniversary year. Tickets on sale January 25, 2017 at 12:00 p.m.
Boston Conservatory at Berklee will celebrate its 150th anniversary in spectacular fashion on May 9 with a grand gala at Symphony Hall, featuring Tony Award-winning Broadway and television star Alan Cumming as Master of Ceremonies.