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Berklee is collaborating with the Spanish edition of the prestigious MIT (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Technology Review magazine for EmTech España 2014 to be held for the second consecutive year at the Palau de les Arts Reina Sofia in Valencia, on November 12-13, 2014. Berklee faculty and students from the master's degree program in music production, technology, and innovation at the Valencia campus will be playing an active role in the event, sharing the latest innovations and technologies in music.
“Emtech is the world leading conference for showcasing emerging technologies with the greatest potential to change our lives,” explained Stephen Webber, director of the master's degree program in music production, technology, and innovation at Berklee’s Valencia campus. “As such, we are both delighted and excited about our collaboration with EmTech-Opinno for EmTech España 2014, not only for the prestige of being part of the event, but also for the opportunity to showcase the cutting edge developments in music that our master's students are achieving through the application of technology to music.”
Berklee’s participation at EmTech España 2014 will include:
Masters students in this year’s music production, technology, and innovation program will also be conducting various performances and demonstrations, including:
EmTech is the world’s leading conference on emerging technologies and an opportunity to glimpse the future and begin to understand the technologies that matter and how they’ll change the face of business and drive the new global economy. EmTech España is the meeting point where technology, business, and culture converge to showcase the most cutting-edge technological advances – in medicine, robotics, electronic materials and renewable energy – and to meet the researchers, scientists, academics, entrepreneurs, businessmen and investors working on them.
Now in its second year, Berklee College of Music’s master's degree program in music production, technology, and innovation was launched in September 2013 at the Valencia campus. This intensive one-year program is designed to offer musicians and composers an unparalleled opportunity to explore new artistic directions using innovations in music, technology, and application of technology to music to prepare them to succeed in the music world of today. There are currently 38 students from various countries, including Colombia, Ecuador, France, Nigeria, Spain and the US, attending the program this year.
Watch the summary of last year's edition: