Bachelor of Music in Voice Performance


Program Overview

Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s voice performance program has a reputation for providing young singers with in-depth artistic and technical training that inspires development as a whole artist through unparalleled instruction and ample performance opportunities.

Over the course of the four-year program, students build a strong vocal technique, cultivate linguistic and musicianship skills, and receive valuable acting experience that gives them a professional edge in a highly competitive field. Additionally, students explore related areas of study that are personally meaningful and help to further diversify their skills, such as conducting, teaching, music business and technology, music therapy, composition, improvisation, and holistic health. This flexible curriculum allows singers to focus on vocal studies while expanding their sense of self and understanding their potential as a whole artist.

Furthermore, students are supported by a diverse faculty of esteemed teachers who embody a range of experiences as singers, actors, directors, and collaborators. Through valuable professional insight and nurturing guidance, the faculty encourage students to explore their boundaries and embrace their instincts.

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