Student Presents Mediterranean Conversations
Berklee’s Valencia campus students will have the opportunity to attend a new workshop series, Mediterranean Conversations. The series will take place on March 20, 21, 26, and 27, from 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., at the campus library. Organized by master’s student Neda Shahram, the series features Saeed Shahram, an international award-winning film composer and pianist from Iran with more than 25 years of experience in the movie industry, and recent Berklee master’s graduate Moira Lo Bianco.
March 20 and 21: Saeed Shahram will talk about the theory of Persian music as well as the film scoring process in the Middle East. “I am proud to have an accomplished artist expose this historic music,” says Neda Shahram.
March 26 and 27: Lo Bianco will bring to the Valencia campus a workshop she presented in Boston, Classical Chords. She will explore the history of improvisation in classical compositions and present students with a new approach to compose. “I am proud to have a fellow alumna now share her journey and experience with Berklee’s Valencia campus,” says Neda Shahram.
Learn more about Neda’s process in launching the series “Mediterranean Conversations”