The New York Times details Danilo Pérez's efforts to promote jazz in his home country of Panama.
DownBeat reports on the BGJI's collaboration with the 2014 Dominican Republic Jazz Festival.
After launching successful programs in Mexico and Colombia in 2014, Berklee Latino, the college’s only program taught in Spanish, returns to the México City campus of the Tecnológico de Monterrey, June 15-20, 2015. The program explores the essence of Latin music, focusing on three main areas of study: composition, performance, and production.
Berklee is expanding its Spanish program, Berklee Latino, to Bogota,... Read more.
Earlier this year Berklee debuted the Berklee International Network's (BIN) Facebook page with a video contest. Prizes included the chance to record a podcast.
Berklee and South Korea's Baekseok Arts University Announce Agreement to Create Educational Opportunities
Berklee College of Music has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Seoul, South Korea’s Baekseok Arts University (BAU) to create mutual educational opportunities for students at both schools.
More than 100 students from 30 countries were part of Berklee College of Music's second graduating class at its Valencia, Spain, campus this month.
Since Berklee opened its campus in Valencia, Spain in 2011, a vibrant, new music scene has emerged between the students and the city's musicians.
Surrounded by the music industry and flamenco elite, José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela receive the first Masters of Mediterranean Music Award.
José Mercé and Pepe Habichuela will be named Masters of Flamenco by Berklee College of Music’s Mediterranean Music Institute. The award will be given by the institute’s directors, Matthew Nicholl and Javier Limón.
Berklee Latino and the Mediterranean Music Institute, in collaboration with the Instituto Cervantes, presented a concert that took the audience on a journey through Spanish music.
With talent comes responsibility. That's the message the Berklee Global Jazz Institute delivers as it travels around the world—including a recent visit to Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain—performing, collaborating, volunteering, and effecting social change.
Renowned tenor and international conductor Plácido Domingo was awarded an honorary doctor of music degree by Berklee College of Music at its campus in Valencia, Spain on Friday, April 4.
Renowned tenor and international conductor, Placido Domingo, will be awarded an honorary doctorate by Berklee at its campus in Valencia on April 4, 2014.
Two students were awarded Lollapalooza scholarships to attend Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain.
Hortensia Roig, general secretary of the Escuela de Empresarios (EDEM) in Valencia, Spain, is the first Spanish woman to join Berklee College of Music’s Presidential Advisory Council.