Master of Music in Multiple Woodwind Performance


Program Overview

Boston Conservatory at Berklee’s master’s program in multiple woodwind performance prepares students for vibrant careers in music through specialized performance and audition training, a broad range of opportunities to perform publicly and refine musicianship, and focused studies in career building and entrepreneurship.

Performance opportunities are plentiful at the Conservatory. In addition to solo and studio recitals, woodwind graduate students participate and act as leaders in a number of Boston Conservatory ensemble groups, such as Boston Conservatory Wind Ensemble. In order to replicate the pacing and structure of a professional music company, students rehearse and perform with a new ensemble every two weeks, including symphonic orchestras, chamber ensembles, contemporary ensembles, and pit orchestras for dance, opera, and theater productions.

Throughout the program, students work closely with esteemed faculty members in private lessons to hone their artistic voice and build their technical skills. In order to achieve professional readiness by the end of the program, students will expand their audition and performance repertoire, compile professional materials, and begin to articulate their career goals.

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