Berklee Valencia Campus Faculty

Enric Alberich

Professor, Berklee Valencia
ealberich@berklee.edu | 617 266-1400 x3433
  • Master’s degree in education and ICT (e-learning), Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
  • Degree in jazz, Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya
  • Bachelor of music degree in jazz composition, Berklee College of Music
  • Project director or guest conductor of medium to big band ensembles worldwide
  • Former director of L’Aula de Música Moderna i Jazz at the Fundació Conservatori del Liceu in Barcelona, Spain

Graham Ball

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Primary specialty: concert promotion and venue management
  • Former marketing director, Sony
  • Former international marketing director, Virgin

Alfons Conde

Assistant Professor, Berklee Valencia
aconde@berklee.edu | 617 747-2421
  • Ph.D. studies, Music Composition, Royal Holloway University of London
  • Superior Degree, Modern Music, Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya
  • Certificate, Film Scoring, University of California - Los Angeles
  • Pianist and keyboardist
  • Score composition for films El Callejon, Viento en Contra, La Mosquitera, No-Do, The Dark Hour, The BeckoningExcuses!, and more 
  • Music preparation for films The Phantom, The Stupids, The Negotiator, and more

Benjamin Costantini

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Founder, Objetiv@rte, a company dedicated to research support services
  • Founder, La Crème Records, a Creative Commons–driven record label
  • Conference manager, midem music festival
  • Produced more than 50 albums for a wide variety of artists
  • Master’s degree in anthropology and sociology
  • Postgraduate degree in economy and business management

Mason Daring

Visiting Professor, Berklee Valencia
mdaring@berklee.edu | 617 747-8846

"I teach a class I designed called Scoring the Moment. Every week students look at a classic scene in a movie. For example, I show them scenes of kisses from famous movies, and then I show a scene from a movie I did where somebody kisses, and then they score that kiss next week. When they come back and play it for me, then I play them what I did. The next week we do gun fight or we do abandoned or we do tornado. It's great fun to see what they do on scenes I've already done. And I tell them, if you're going to do this for a living, sooner or later, you're going to do one of those things."

Enric Enrich

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Primary specialty: private international law, copyright, and personal image rights
  • Law degree, University of Barcelona 
  • Practicing lawyer in Barcelona since 1980, currently with Enrich Advocats
  • Former chairman of the Copyright and Image Rights Committee of the Barcelona Bar Association and of the Committee of Copyright and Entertainment Law of the International Bar Association
  • Arbitrator of the World Intellectual Property Organization and the Independent Film and Television Alliance

David Loscos

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Former international and local product manager, BMG Music Spain
  • Former world music channel manager, Eresmas Interactiva – Wanadoo
  • Former label manager of WorldMUXXIC and director of Other Music Division, MUXXIC Records
  • Founder, Fireyellow
  • Degree in business management, University of Barcelona
  • M.B.A. in music industries, Institute of Popular Music at the University of Liverpool

Javier Loscos

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Primary specialty: business communication/professional development

Victor Mendoza

Professor, Berklee Valencia
vmendoza@berklee.edu | 617 747-8282
  • Vibraphonist and composer
  • Guest appearances with the World Festival Orchestra under the direction of Paquito D’Rivera, the Milan Svoboda Orchestra in Prague, sold-out shows at Queen Elizabeth Hall in London and in Tel Aviv, and as soloist with the Carlos Chávez Symphony Orchestra in Mexico City
  • Solo appearances with the 85-piece Banda del Puerto in Valencia, Spain, under the direction of award-winning conductor Isidro Coll Ballesteros, as well as the Granada Symphony in Spain
  • Recordings and performances with his own group, as well as with artists such as Paquito D’Rivera, Claudio Roditi, and Giovanni Hidalgo
  • Named one of the Outstanding Latin Jazz Artists of the Year by Latin Beat magazine Black Bean Blues named one of the best Latin jazz recordings of the year by Modern Drummer magazine
  • Named "the genre's leading vibraphone practitioner" and "one of today's most resourceful composers" by Jazziz magazine
  • Clinician for Yamaha and Vic Firth

Emilien Moyon

Program director, Berklee Valencia
emoyon@berklee.edu | 617 266-1400 x3406
  • Ph.D. in strategic management with the thesis “Business Model Change: The Case of the Majors in the Phonographic Industry (1998–2008)”
  • 2012 Award for the Best Thesis Dissertation in Strategic Management
  • 2008 Award for the Best Poster Presentation, Business Model Workshop, Cass Business School
  • Cofounder of Business Model Community

Polo Orti

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
porti@berklee.edu | 617 266-1400
  • Jazz pianist and composer
  • Author of "Vals" and "Be Bop Blues," included in the Superior Music Conservatories repertoire
  • Three compositions (Quick and Running, Autumn, and Tiempos Felices) included in Gary Burton, Pat Metheny, Mitchel Forman, Will Lee, and Peter Eskine’s album Reunion, which reached the top of the U.S. Billboard charts
  • Performances with Herbie Hancock, the Yellowjackets, Tete Montoliú, the New York Voices, the Eric Marienthal Band, the Michel Camilo Trio, Gary Burton, Antonio Sánchez, Scott Colley, and Julian Lage

Mario Rossy

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Studied classical double bass with Ferran Sala and Ludwig Streicher and jazz bassist Ron Carter at City College of New York
  • Former member of the Orquestra Ciutat de Barcelona and the Orquestra de Cambra Teatre Lliure
  • Performances and recordings with Brad Mehldau, Jimmy Cobb, Tete Montoliu, Kurt Rosenwinkel, Perico Sambeat, Paquito D'Rivera, and Wynton Marsalis
  • Member of Chano Dominguez's band

Perico Sambeat

Instructor, Berklee Valencia
  • Alto and soprano saxophonist
  • Studied harmony and arrangements with Zé Eduardo at the Taller de Músics
  • Attended the New School in New York and performed with Lee Konitz, Jimmy Cobb, and Joe Chambers
  • Performances with Steve Lacy, Daniel Humair, Fred Hersch, Bob Moses, Louis Bellson, Michael Brecker, Bob Mintzer, Maria Schneider, Pat Metheny, and Kenny Wheeler 
  • More than 20 recordings as a leader and nearly 100 recordings as a sideman, with such artists as Brad Mehldau, Kurt Rosenwinkel, and Tete Montoliu
  • Latin Grammy nominee
  • Winner of numerous awards, including the Bird Award given by the North Sea Jazz Festival and best recording of the year (Flamenco Big Band)