The Boston Conservatory's Summer Intensives for high school and college students mirror the Conservatory curriculum and provide opportunities for students to study with a dedicated and distinguished faculty.
Founded in 1867 and internationally known for its training programs, The Boston Conservatory offers degrees in music, dance and theater, as well as summer learning opportunities for high school and college students. These summer programs mirror the Conservatory’s rigorous curriculum and provide opportunities for students to study with distinguished faculty and world-renowned guest artists.
Summer Dance Intensive: The Boston Conservatory's Summer Dance Intensive is an immersive dance training program designed to transform technique, ignite artistry and inspire creativity. Featuring acclaimed guest artists Zoe Scofield, Brian Brooks and Ebony Williams (B.F.A. '05). Learn more here.
Vocal/Choral Intensive: The Boston Conservatory's Vocal/Choral Intensive is a two-week intensive for high school-aged singers interested in musical theater and/or classical voice, who want to explore their abilities as soloists, actors, choral singers and musicians. Learn more here.
Musical Theater Dance Intensive: The Boston Conservatory's Musical Theater Dance Intensive is a three-week intensive that offers young dancers the opportunity to work with Broadway veterans and esteemed faculty in a rigorous training program that includes voice and acting, ballet and jazz and theater dance. Learn more here.
High School Composition Intensive: The Boston Conservatory's High School Composition Intensive is a two-week intensive for young composers who want to improve their music composition skills, build a diverse professional portfolio and study with the Conservatory’s world-class faculty. Learn more here.
Eli Epstein Horn Intensive: The Boston Conservatory Eli Epstein Horn Intensive is a one-week French horn training program for students who want to strengthen their horn technique, musicianship and performance skills in a short time. Learn more here.