Institutional Activities

Musical activity is an essential part of university life. As part of its educational mission, the Puerto Rico Conservatory of Music has distinguished itself by developing a wide and varied annual program of activities that allows students to perform before an audience, strengthen their technique and encourage the audience's taste and appreciation for music. Annually, more than 250 activities are presented with the participation of students and faculty members, institutional groups and renowned local and international artists. In this way, the Conservatory provides our community with the opportunity to enjoy a varied musical offering of excellence in a first-class environment. Open to the general public, some of our activities are free of charge.


Telephone: (787) 751-0160, Ext. 260

Weekly activities

Family concerts

Considered one of our audience's favorite series, the Family Concert Series features faculty members, guest artists, and the Conservatory's major ensembles.

  • When: Sundays at 4:00 pm
  • Cost: General admission $10.00
  • Where: Jesús María Sanromá Room*

* The Jesús Maríá Sanromá Room is located in the Bertita and Guillermo L. Martínez Theater of the CMPR.

Departmental concerts and student concerts

The Student Concert Series and Departmental Concerts are a workshop for the technical development of students through active participation or performance.

  • When:  Monday at 6:00 pm (Departmental) Tuesday at 5:00 pm (Students)
  • Cost: Cost free
  • Where: Anthony “Junior” Soto Room*

* The Anthony “Junior” Soto Room is located in the Bertita and Guillermo L. Martínez Theater of the CMPR.

Jazz in the Afternoon

Enjoy an afternoon of Jazz with the main ensembles of the students of the Department of Jazz and Caribbean Music.

  • When: Wednesday at 6:00 pm
  • Cost: Free entry
  • Where: Rafael Hernández Amphitheater*

*Subject to change. The amphitheater is located in the Plaza de La Laguna in the CMPR.

Other activities

The Conservatory offers a variety of activities such as festivals, workshops, forums, master classes, symposiums and others, open to the general public. For more information access our billboard.

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