Boston Conservatory at Berklee is recognized for its top-tier vocal training. With a nurturing community of teachers and peers, and a forward-thinking curriculum that is continually evolving, our voice and opera programs will help you grow as a professional singer and as a whole artist for the 21st-century stage. Additionally, the Voice/Opera Department offers graduate degrees in vocal pedagogy and choral conducting.

WATCH: Student Francesca Mehrotra sings "Par le rang et par l'opulence...Salut à la France" from 'La Fille Du Régiment,' composed by Gaetano Donizetti and set to a French libretto by Jules-Henri Vernoy de Saint-Georges and Jean-François Bayard.


  • B.M.
    Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance
    Four-Year Program
  • M.M.
    Master of Music in Opera Performance
    Two-Year Program
  • M.M.
    Master of Music in Voice Performance
    Two-Year Program
  • P.S.C.
    Professional Studies Certificate in Voice Performance
    One-Year Program
  • G.P.D.
    Graduate Performance Diploma in Opera Performance
    Two-Year Program
  • G.P.D.
    Graduate Performance Diploma in Voice Performance
    Two-Year Program

By the Numbers

  • 65 voice/opera undergraduates
  • 55 voice/opera graduates
  • 25 voice/opera faculty
Sara Piques Eddy headshot; in red long sleeve shirt

Meet Your Mentors

Boston Conservatory at Berklee Adds Six New Faculty to Teach Voice, Opera

New hires include Metropolitan Opera soloist Sandra Piques Eddy, As One composer Laura Kaminsky, and UIA Talent Agency Vice President Shawn Marie Jeffery.

Alumni Spotlight

From the Voice Studio to the Recording Booth

Opera alum Eric Ferring talks about his debut solo album, produced by Boston Conservatory voice teacher Rebecca Folsom.

Featured Story

Connecting Students with Industry Greats

This year, students from the Voice/Opera Department learned from a roster of top-tier guest artists, including Viewpoints proponent Anne Bogart, Grammy-nominated baritone Stephen Powell, vocal acoustics expert Kenneth Bozeman, Metropolitan Opera soprano Karen Slack, and many others.

WATCH: Students Amy Onyonyi and Imani Francis perform Hall Johnson's spiritual "Scandalize My Name," accompanied by staff accompanist and Conservatory alum I-Ying Lin.