Mediterranean Music Institute | Berklee Valencia Campus
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Mediterranean Music Institute

Berklee’s campus in Valencia plays a vital role at promoting the importance of Mediterranean music in Spain and Europe.

Deeply rooted in traditions from the past while embracing modernity, the city of Valencia has long been a crossroads of countless artistic influences from the Mediterranean region, which has led to a strong local music culture.

For this reason, the Valencia campus is tightly involved with Berklee’s Mediterranean Music Institute in a number of ways, ranging from concerts and festivals showcasing world-class Mediterranean music artists to recording sessions at the campus' state-of-the-art studios with students and resident artists. In addition, students doing the minor in Mediterranean music at Berklee’s campus in Boston must spend one semester on the Valencia campus.

For more information on the dates and location of these events, please check out our concerts and events.

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