The Music Production, Technology, and Innovation graduate program presents a multisensory event blending music with technology.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games program students will record their original compositions by conducting a brass quintet.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games program students will conduct recordings with the Budapest Symphonic Orchestra.
An opportunity for new students to meet the staff and faculty, who will answer questions and inform about our campus.
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.
Enjoy Berklee students and faculty as they perform in our most anticipated open-air concert series.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games Scoring students travel to the AIR Studios (Lyndhurst) to record their final project.
We resume our concert series, Un Lago de Conciertos, featuring students and faculty most Fridays from now until October.
Award-winning sample library developer Eduardo Tarilonte will be on campus to give a master class.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games graduate students will record their original compositions conducting a string quartet.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games graduate students will record their original compositions, conducting a string quartet at Palau de la Música.
Scoring for Film, Television and Video Games graduate students will record their original compositions conducting a brass quintet.
DISCOVER-i is based on the collaboration between students from our four graduate programs. Come join us on November 29!
Students at Berklee’s graduate program in scoring for film, television, and video games will present their final projects at the Hemisfèric.
Music arranger, conductor, and composer Vince Mendoza visits campus.
The award winning American songwriter and President of Fox Music from 1994 to 2012, Robert Kraft
, visits the Valencia campus.
This event is organized by Berklee and the UN SDG Fund to encourage gender equality in the music industry.
Violinist and founding member of The David Grisman Quintet, Darol Anger, visits the Valencia campus.
Composer and sample library developer Eduardo Tarilonte visits campus.
Aims to shed light and raise awareness on the unbalanced presence of women in the world of conducting.