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.
Two students who attended Berklee Latino were each awarded a scholarship through Berklee Latino to take part in other Berklee programs.
Danilo Pérez, pianist, composer, philanthropist, educator, and artistic director for the Berklee Global Jazz Institute, will visit Berklee’s campus in Valencia, Spain, with Berklee students for a week filled with activities.
Under the musical direction of Javier Limón, artistic director for Berklee's Mediterranean Music Institute, four Berklee students will give six concerts in Spain, February 11-19.
Berklee is now affiliated with Communication University of China, Beijing; Shanghai Conservatory of Music, Shanghai; and Xinghai Conservatory of Music, Guangzhou.
Twenty years ago, after nearly a half-century of making a name for itself in Boston as a leader in contemporary music education, Berklee formed the Berklee International Network (BIN) to formally take its mission and message global. This year, the BIN celebrated its anniversary by adding six new schools to the fold.
Students have been invited to perform alongside Spanish superstar Alejandro Sanz during the 2013 Latin Grammy Awards in Las Vegas.
Berklee Latino, Berklee's first-ever program to be taught in Spanish, will be held January 13-18, 2014 at the Mexico City campus of Tec de Monterrey.
Berklee announced a new Berklee on the Road (BOR) workshop in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, from January 7-12.
Lucas Vidal is a thriving composer who studied film scoring at Berklee College of Music.
Berklee and premier world music festivals: Lotus (Lollapalooza Chile) and Lollapalooza Brazil, have announced the winners of the first Lollapalooza master’s scholarships to attend the master’s program in contemporary performance at Berklee’s international campus in Valencia, Spain beginning in September 2013.
Berklee in Valencia alumni Jonas Buehler and David Antolin wrote the score for the Spanish short film TOC TOC.
José María Cano, an instrumental figure in bringing Berklee’s Valencia campus to life, spoke to the campus’s first class of master's graduates at the commencement ceremony on July 15, 2013.
Seventy-four students from 27 countries will be the first to graduate from Berklee's inaugural master’s programs launched in September 2012 at its new international campus in Valencia, Spain.
Seventy-four students from 27 countries will be the first to graduate from Berklee's inaugural master’s programs, launched in September 2012 at its new international campus in Valencia, Spain.
The Rethink Music program recently hosted the first-ever Rethink Music Valencia event, a one-day workshop focused on soliciting and testing new business models for the music industry.
In June 2013, Berklee's master's students in Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games achieved something that, as many of them said, “was beyond their wildest dreams.” After several meetings with top executives in the film industry who shared their know-how and gave extremely valuable advice, students recorded one of their cues for a short film, trailer or other projects of their choice at the Warner Bros. recording studios in Los Angeles.