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Through private lessons and student ensemble courses, wind players enrolled in the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) build expertise on their instruments while exploring a wide range of styles from world music to jazz to pop. One-on-one instrumental studies will improve your skills as an improviser and help you develop a sound that is distinctly your own. At the same time, weekly ensemble studies will improve your listening and collaborative skills, giving you the experience and confidence you’ll need as a performer. Combined with coursework in music production and entrepreneurship, our master’s program is designed to help you launch a successful career in music.
Students performing at “La Nit de Berklee”, the farewell concert representing the culmination of a year of work, learning, and achievements.
Saxophonist at “La Nit de Berklee”, the farewell concert representing the culmination of a year of work, learning, and achievements.
Trumpeter performing at MUSAICO Festival.
Winds ensemble playing at “La Nit de Berklee”, the farewell concert representing the culmination of a year of work, learning, and achievements.
Saxophonist playing at “Un Lago de Conciertos” concert series.
Saxophonist performing in a local venue in Valencia.
Student playing in a local venue in Valencia, in one of the multiple performance opportunities offered during the academic year.
Winds ensemble before the rehearsal of “La Nit de Berklee”.
Student performing in a local venue in Valencia.
Winds ensemble during “La Nit de Berklee”.
Winds faculty from the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) at Berklee Valencia are not only committed educators, they’re also accomplished performers, composers, and improvisers. They know the ins and outs of today’s music industry, and their expertise will help you reach your goals as a professional musician.
Get to know the entire Berklee Valencia faculty.
Meeting your musical idols—and learning the secrets to their success—can inspire and motivate you to take your own playing to the next level. Wind students in the master’s program at Berklee Valencia have unparalleled access to visiting artists from all over the world.
Renowned wind players such as George Garzone, Melissa Aldana, William Cepeda, Antonio Serrano, Arnetta Johnson and Justin Stanton, among others, have visited our campus. Watch this video to get a glance of what’s waiting for you as a wind student in Berklee Valencia.
Wind instrumentalists that apply to the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) might be eligible to get a Berklee scholarship. To review the complete list of scholarships and options to fund your education, you can visit the scholarship and funding section.