The label manager at Distiller Records Kali Bradford will join our music business seminar.
The Divison of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion awards students who get involved in social initiatives while at Berklee.
The Music Production, Technology, and Innovation graduate program presents a multisensory event blending music with technology.
This special concert features students in the undergraduate Berklee Study Abroad and First Year Abroad programs.
Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and LGBTQ+ activist Monique Mizrahi (Honeybird) is the visiting artist of the month.
Berklee Study Abroad students will visit Granada on a trip full of discoveries about southern Spain’s heritage and flamenco music.
The ninth annual event for music discovery and networking, featuring new Berklee students, is here.
Students will get expert guidance and cutting-edge resources to develop their career through this workshop series.
Don’t miss the final session of the annual open-air concert series, Un Lago de Conciertos until spring 2019.
These 30 minute-long sessions of practical tips will prepare students for their next career challenges.
An opportunity for new students to meet the staff and faculty, who will answer questions and inform about our campus.
We welcome our new graduate and undergraduate students as they enter Berklee’s campus in Valencia.
We restart our popular open-air series with three concerts on September 7, 14, and 28.
On Saturday, July 7, the graduate class of 2018 will perform at their graduation concert to celebrate this milestone.
A musical celebration with students from Berklee’s campus in Valencia in collaboration with Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències.
The class of 2017–2018 will collect their honors at the graduation ceremony taking place on July 9.
A one-week course on composing and arranging for composers and conductors from Valencia.
On July 16, 20, 26, and 27, our students will perform at our most popular open-air concert series.
In partnership with the business school ESADE, we will host courses on music thinking in management.
Faculty Pierce Warnecke leads an open-air installation featuring sculptures by Valencian sculptor Rafael Amorós and mapped projections designed by students.
Legendary guitarist Al Di Meola will be our guest artist on campus this week, performing at our commencement concert.