This special concert features students in the undergraduate Berklee Study Abroad and First Year Abroad programs.
An opportunity for new students to meet the staff and faculty, who will answer questions and inform about our campus.
On Saturday, July 7, the graduate class of 2018 will perform at their graduation concert to celebrate this milestone.
The class of 2017–2018 will collect their honors at the graduation ceremony taking place on July 9.
We resume our concert series, Un Lago de Conciertos, featuring students and faculty most Fridays from now until October.
Award ceremony honors students who have shown a strong commitment to social justice, community outreach and engagement, diversity, and inclusion.
Berklee Valencia and CD Baby present the first DIY Musician Conference in Europe, an event designed for independent artists.
Berklee Valencia presents Musaico Festival, the campus’ first free and family-oriented music festival.
Faculty Pierce Warnecke will participate as a guest artist in the ISM Hexadome project in Berlin.
Creativo Collective, a group of graduate students, organizes a two-part event that includes a seminar and a benefit concert.
Undergraduate students will travel to Madrid to get career advice from established industry professionals.
We will host the Yamaha Commercial Audio Training Seminar (YCATS), which train sound engineers to operate digital mixing consoles.
Legendary DJ A Guy Called Gerald will share mixing desk with Faculty Nacho Marco and theBasement Soundsystem.
We welcome our new graduate and undergraduate students landing at Berklee’s Valencia campus.
We celebrate the launch of the official Women in Business’s new chapter in Valencia, which includes some of our students.
The International Career Center will hold three days of panels, workshops, and concerts to guide students on their future careers.
DISCOVER-i is based on the collaboration between students from our four graduate programs. Come join us on November 29!
Berklee’s campus in Valencia and Fundación Conexus Madrid – Comunitat Valenciana organize a unique concert at Auditorio Nacional de Madrid.
Berklee President Roger H. Brown will give a keynote speech at EDEM business school in Valencia on Wednesday October 25.
Program director Emilien Moyon to offer a keynote on “Looking at New Tech to Change How We Consume Music.”
Global Entertainment and Music Business faculty members Alexandre Perrin and Neeltje Mooring to speak at the event’s AWAL stage.