Berklee Valencia’s Virtual Open Day | Berklee Valencia Campus

Berklee Valencia’s Virtual Open Day

Berklee Valencia's virtual Open Day took place on April 17, 2021. Attendees learned more about the academic offerings and on-campus resources, heard from current students and alumni, and joined in on live masterclass.

If you were not able to join us, watch the recordings below.


Presentation Berklee Valencia campus

Get to know the ins and outs of Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain. Learn more about our programs, on-campus resources, location, and hear more about what to expect as a Berklee student.


  • Ana Calvillo, Admissions and Scholarships Manager
  • María Martínez Iturriaga, Executive Director, Valencia Campus
  • Simone Pilon, Dean of Academic Affairs
  • Stine Glismand, Director of the International Career Center
  • Clara Barbera, Director of Student Affairs, Diversity, and Inclusion
  • Pilar Vicente, Director of Enrollment 


Live Master Classes

Production Tools for the Contemporary Performer

Faculty member Liz Teutsch and Program Director Magda Giannikou of the Master of Music in Contemporary Performance, Production Concentration lead a discussion on the numerous tools that a self-produced performer can employ as they take the listener on an emotional journey in their musical recordings. 


The Modern Management Agreement: Contractual Issues to Be Resolved

Pete Dyson, professor in the Master of Arts in Global Entertainment and Music Business, introduces how contractual issues and how agreements are resolved in the industry. 


Audio Visual Artistry in Ensemble

Marta Verde and Elysha Zaide, instructors in the Master of Music in Music Production, Technology, and Innovation talk about their professional work, how it connects to the classes they teach at Berklee, and will describe what they are doing with students with the Audio Visual Ensemble. 


Did You Hear the Music? The Function of Music in Film

Faculty member Vicente Ortiz, and Program Director Lucio Godoy of the Master of Music in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games explore how and to what extent the choice of music or the decision to remain silent impacts different types of film scenes. They will look at specific examples to explore this topic. Prepare to be amazed by how small changes can make a difference.


Songwriting: Catching the Muse

Viktorija Pilatovic, Assistant Professor in the First Year Abroad, Study Abroad, graduate, and Summer Performance programs will develop ideas and go through the creative process of catching the muse to sketch a song.


Webinar: Meet with Current Students and Alumni

Wondering what is awaiting you? Hear stories from current students and recent alumni about their experiences during and after the graduate program, and learn how their time in Valencia influenced their career goals and personal lives. Our alumni are from all over the world and have amazing stories to share.

Moderated by Simone Pilon, Director of Academic Affairs, and Stine Glismand, Director of the International Career Center.


  • Ryn Jorgensen, student, Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games
  • Caroline Hughes, student, Music Production, Technology, and Innovation
  • Devin Malloy M.M. ’17, Contemporary Performance (Production Concentration)
  • Henrike Kresser M.A. ’20, Global Entertainment and Music Business
  • Zoe Schneider B.M. ’18 M.A. ’19, Global Entertainment and Music Business 


Spain Summer Performance Program Information Session

Have you considered spending three weeks immersed in music this summer? Join Enric Alberich, Program Director for Undergraduate and Summer programs on the Valencia campus, for an information session about the Spain Summer Performance Program.