Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance


Program Overview

Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s piano performance program boasts a small faculty of world-renowned pianists with illustrious performance careers. Offering valuable industry experience and mentorship, Conservatory faculty members are dedicated to providing their students with the personalized attention needed to sharpen their technical skills, shape their artistry, and build their confidence as concert pianists.

The Conservatory’s rigorous undergraduate program helps students gain a rich understanding of standard piano repertoire through their own practice and intensive courses in baroque, classical, romantic, and 20th-century solo and concerto music for piano. In addition, pedagogy courses and performance seminars allow students to explore their technical and artistic boundaries.

Because the program is designed for concert pianists, it offers a multitude of opportunities for students to perform for public audiences. Students also have regular exposure to high-profile artists who visit campus as part of the school’s revered Piano Masters Series, or who are in Boston to perform with the nearby Boston Symphony Orchestra. These guest artists give master classes that offer artistic guidance and career advice to Conservatory piano students. 

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