The Music Production, Technology, and Innovation graduate program presents a multisensory event blending music with technology.
The student-led initiative She Knows Tech will hold this workshop, for female and female-identifying students.
Composer, percussionist, electronic musician, and Boston alumnus Ricardo Donoso will visit us this month.
The student-led initiative She Knows Tech will hold this workshop, targeted to female and female-identifying students.
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.
Graduate students can get advice on their career goals from experts and alumni in 10 workshops during one week.
Boston assistant professor in the Contemporary Writing and Production Department will give a workshop on Ableton, Pro Tools, and Logic.
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.
Enjoy Berklee students and faculty as they perform in our most anticipated open-air concert series.
Conor Dalton, an award-winning engineer and founder of Glowcast Audio Mastering studio, will offer a mastering workshop on campus.
We resume our concert series, Un Lago de Conciertos, featuring students and faculty most Fridays from now until October.
Multiple Grammy winner, jazz drummer, percussionist, and producer Gregg Field will give a master class on campus.
American vocalist, actress and record producer Nona Hendryx invited as a guest artist this month.
Award-winning sample library developer Eduardo Tarilonte will be on campus to give a master class.
Faculty Pierce Warnecke will participate as a guest artist in the ISM Hexadome project in Berlin.
User Experience Design expert Alexander Muir will conduct a series of master classes on design thinking.
We will host the Yamaha Commercial Audio Training Seminar (YCATS), which train sound engineers to operate digital mixing consoles.
Artist in residence Patrice Rushen will give a workshop on pre-production and join talks about music production.