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.
The 7th edition of the Berklee Showcase will feature different student bands and DJs at Veles e Vents in Valencia.
Students to meet panel with industry leaders from Ableton, Live Nation, United Talent Agency, Sony Music, and more.
Graduate and undergraduate students will begin their Spring semester at the Berklee Valencia campus on January.
Professionals and visiting artists visit the campus to hold a series of seminars, panels and workshops for students.
Patrice Rushen will deliver a keynote speech at Berklee Valencia Career Seminar. Moderated by Lucio Godoy.
Mulit-level workshops will provide resources for personal websites, professional performance, digital strategies, and entrepreneurial careers.
Alumni will share their success stories and talk about their transitions from Berklee student to music professional.
Scoring for film, television, and video games graduate students will conduct recording sessions of their pieces in Budapest.
Scoring for film, television, and video games graduate students will conduct and record young musicians from Conservatorio José Iturbi.
Berklee students will feature their artistry and creativity at this one-of-a-kind a concert that melds music performance with technology.
December 2016 will see students from the scoring for film, television, and video games conduct and record their original compositions.
Alumnus Snorri Hallgrimsson will talk about his work scoring shows like Iceland and Broadchurch.