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.
The ninth annual event for music discovery and networking, featuring new Berklee students, is here.
The Canadian luthier innovator and founder of Godin Guitars visits the campus.
Students will get expert guidance and cutting-edge resources to develop their career through this workshop series.
Scott Cohen, cofounder of the digital distribution company The Orchard, will talk to students about creative entrepreneurship.
Don’t miss the final session of the annual open-air concert series, Un Lago de Conciertos until spring 2019.
The student-led initiative She Knows Tech will hold this workshop, targeted to female and female-identifying students.
The former president of Warner Music visits campus to host a seminar on the history of rock ‘n’ roll.
The CEO of KraftBox Entertainment and former president of Fox Music is in residency this month.
These 30 minute-long sessions of practical tips will prepare students for their next career challenges.
Fundraising expert and visiting professor Tony Woodcock will host a seminar on social entrepreneurship.
The entertainment lawyer and the opera singer and former executive director at The Broad Stage on campus this month.