Experience New England in the Summertime!
June 23 – 30, 2019
Felix Mendelssohn: Elijah
Erin Freeman, conductor
Boston Symphony Hall
About the Location
Join us in one of America’s oldest cities for a week you won’t forget. Relish in the history of Massachusetts’ capital city as you visit landmarks along the famous Freedom Trail. In your free time, head to one of the city’s renowned art museums, see the penguins at the New England Aquarium, and take a stroll along the beautiful Charles River esplanade.
Choristers will stay on the Tufts University Campus, just a 30-minute commute to the center of Boston. Founded in 1852, Tufts is located on a lush hill in between the cities of Medford and Somerville. Enjoy a picnic on the picturesque President’s Lawn and head over to the beautiful Granoff Music Center for rehearsal. When in the mood for food and entertainment, a quick 10-minute walk will bring you to popular Davis Square, where you can indulge in a wide assortment of delicious food and soak in the perfect Boston summer weather.
Sing at Symphony Hall
Located walking distance from the finish line of the Boston Marathon, Boston Symphony Hall has been home to some of the finest musicians from around the world since it opened in 1900. The hall is home to the Boston Symphony Orchestra and was designated a U.S. National Historic Landmark in 1999.
NEWCOMERS ONLY APPLY NOW- LIMITED TIME DISCOUNT FOR FIRST-TIME ATTENDEES
Newcomers, we are saving space for you! Take advantage of early application and a special newcomer discount for first time Berkshire Choral International attendees. Not only that… but you are guaranteed acceptance if you qualify! All returning choristers are invited to apply during regular enrollement periods.
Newcomer Early Registration: Friday, May 11 - Wednesday, June 6
Newcomer Tuition: $2000, $1600 for those 45 and under
$200 non-refundable registration fee due with application.