International Programs

We seek to bring the Berklee experience around the world. The Office of Global Initiatives creates connections and expands the reach of contemporary music education by engaging other cultures and by discovering new musical ideas through Berklee's method.

We create programs and partnerships that help us identify and discover talented musicians around the world, and we strive to provide them with opportunities to take their passion for music to the next level. Let us discover you! 

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Read about what's happening with Berklee around the world.


Sights and Sounds

Berklee Latino Mexico 2015 Highlights.

The Berklee Indian Ensemble presents their first original, 'Jaago Piya.'

Berklee Latino Colombia 2015 Highlights.


Milenio: Without Identity, a Musician Does Not Move Forward: Oscar Stagnaro

August 2, 2017

Journalist Xavier Quirarte sits down with Oscar Stagnaro, executive director for Berklee Latino, for a Q&A covering topics such as advice for up-and-coming musicians, the Berklee Latino program, and the role of jazz in today's Latin music.

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Field recording in Matanzas, Cuba

At documenta, Interdisciplinary Dive into Cuba Thrills Global Art Crowd

July 26, 2017

At the fourteenth documenta, an international exhibition for contemporary art established after World War II, Berklee Professor Neil Leonard took attendees on a multisensory journey to Cuba with help from talented alumni.

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Class of 2017 at Berklee's Valencia, Spain campus; photo by Tato Baeza

Berklee’s Campus in Valencia Honors Grads and John McLaughlin at Commencement

July 21, 2017

Berklee's campus in Valencia, Spain, recently celebrated its fifth anniversary at commencement, saluting its new master's degree recipients and awarding an honorary doctorate to legendary guitarist, composer, and pioneering bandleader John McLaughlin. In five years, the international campus has hosted more than 1,500 students from 71 nations and granted $4 million in scholarships to graduate students.

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