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Stephen Webber, director of the music production, technology and innovation master's program, will be attending the MIT Technology Review 2014 EmTech event that will take place on November 12th-13th at the Palau de les Arts in Valencia.
Stephen will be joined by american vocalist, record producer and songwriter Nona Hendryx during their presentation 'Turntables and Tutus: Exploring Unconventional Musical Instruments and Wearable Technology'.
Other presentations and performances by faculty and students from Berklee's Valencia campus include:
Drones Over Valencia: Music by Francisco Rafart, Chapman Stick. Visuals by Alayna Huges, Pierluigi Barberis & John Forsyth
Robotics at Play: Music by Nick Bernstein and Gianni Abbott. Robotics by Pierluigi Barberis
Science Fiction: John Broaddus and Emily Newton
chewBACHa - An in depth exploration of the dark and light side of the force (Music, SFX & Video explanation and performance)
Closing Concert: The Berklee Scratch Ambassadors
Stephen Webber, Director, Turntables
Mansa Alazar, Turntables
Kareem Clarke aka DJ kTunes, NS-7II
George Lacson, Bass & technology
Cinnamon Denise, Vocals & Looping
Juan Sebastian Laverde,
David Rios and
Lili D’l Sol
EmTech is 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. It’s where technology, business, and culture converge. It’s the showcase for emerging technologies with the greatest potential to change our lives. It’s an access point to the most innovative people and companies in the world.
Watch the summary of last year's edition