The International Carreer Center holds a three-day bootcamp focused on professional development through panels, workshops, and individual mentoring sessions.
We welcome new students in the Berklee Study Abroad undergraduate program landing at Berklee’s campus in Valencia.
Record producer, engineer and mixer Adam Moseley will visit us to host workshops on music production.
Berklee Valencia joins Fundación Bancaja in a series of monthly concerts to showcase students’ artistry.
The tenth annual event for music discovery and networking, featuring new Berklee students, is here.
The label manager at Distiller Records Kali Bradford will join our music business seminar.
The Divison of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion awards students who get involved in social initiatives while at Berklee.
The Music Production, Technology, and Innovation graduate program presents a multisensory event blending music with technology.
Students in the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) program perform alongside their teachers at this concert series.
This special concert features students in the undergraduate Berklee Study Abroad and First Year Abroad programs.
Multi-instrumentalist, singer-songwriter, and LGBTQ+ activist Monique Mizrahi (Honeybird) is the visiting artist of the month.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games program students will record their original compositions by conducting a brass quintet.
William Cepeda, recipient of an honorary doctorate from Berklee will be our artist resident for a week.
Berklee Valencia joins Fundación Bancaja once again in a series of concerts showcasing our new students’ music.
Producer, violinist, and vocalist HÄANA will host a studio recording session and workshop on campus.
Undergraduate students will get career advice from established industry professionals.
Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration) graduate program students will attend this new event that takes place in Haarlem, the Netherlands.
The student-led initiative She Knows Tech will hold this workshop, for female and female-identifying students.
Berklee Study Abroad students will visit Granada on a trip full of discoveries about southern Spain’s heritage and flamenco music.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games program students will conduct recordings with the Budapest Symphonic Orchestra.
Composer, percussionist, electronic musician, and Boston alumnus Ricardo Donoso will visit us this month.