Record producer, engineer and mixer Adam Moseley will visit us to host workshops on music production.
The label manager at Distiller Records Kali Bradford will join our music business seminar.
Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and LGBTQ+ activist Monique Mizrahi (Honeybird) is the visiting artist of the month.
William Cepeda, recipient of an honorary doctorate from Berklee will be our artist resident for a week.
Producer, violinist, and vocalist HÄANA will host a studio recording session and workshop on campus.
Composer, percussionist, electronic musician, and Boston alumnus Ricardo Donoso will visit us this month.
The Canadian luthier innovator and founder of Godin Guitars visits the campus.
Scott Cohen, cofounder of the digital distribution company The Orchard, will talk to students about creative entrepreneurship.
The former president of Warner Music visits campus to host a seminar on the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
The CEO of KraftBox Entertainment and former president of Fox Music is in residency this month.
Fundraising expert and visiting professor Tony Woodcock will host a seminar on social entrepreneurship.
The entertainment lawyer and the opera singer and former executive director at The Broad Stage on campus this month.
Boston assistant professor in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department will give a workshop on Ableton, Pro Tools, and Logic.
Soundpainting creator Walter Thompson will give a special workshop open to all students on campus.
Legendary guitarist Al Di Meola will be our guest artist on campus this week, performing at our commencement concert.
Vice President for Innovation and Strategy and Managing Director of BerkleeICE Panos A. Panay will conduct workshops on campus.
The campus will be filled with flamenco as renowned artists in the genre offer workshops and private lessons.
Students will meet Music Ally CEO and founder Paul Brindley, who will join our Music Business Seminar.
Alumnus Wesley A’Harrah M.A.’15 is back on campus, this time as head of training and development at Music Ally.
Franco-Algerian cellist and singer Nesrine Belmokh will join a session organized by the students of the Women in Music team.
The Dutch band will join the Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) graduate program’s forum.