Bachelor of Music in String Performance


Program Overview

Boston Conservatory at Berklee's string performance program offers a reimagined approach to training aspiring professional artists who are polished performers, articulate communicators, creative collaborators, experts in traditional and standard repertoire, and curators of new music.

Throughout the four-year program, students have many opportunities to perform as soloists and as members of the school’s various ensembles. In order to replicate the pacing and structure of a professional music company, every two weeks throughout the semester, students rehearse and perform with a new ensemble, including symphonic orchestras, chamber ensembles, string quartets, and pit orchestras for dance, opera, and theater productions. Students are also encouraged to work with peer composers, instrumentalists, and vocalists to explore different styles and practice collaborating with various types of artists.

The Conservatory’s string faculty comprises internationally renowned soloists, teachers, award winners, and chamber music performers. With relevant, real-world experience and a healthy variety of teaching approaches, faculty members give students valuable artistic insight and foster a familial environment in which students can grow.

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