Boston Conservatory at Berklee prepares you to be a leader who can confidently interpret a composer’s vision and express that vision to orchestras and audiences alike.
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“I learned the raw mechanics of ensemble work and how to methodically build a piece with the musicians as collaborators. This practical aspect was complemented by classes in orchestration, score reading, and musicology, which rounded out my development so that I emerged as a fully professional musician.” —Russell Ger (M.M. ’10, Orchestral Conducting)