The Office of International Programs, in conjunction with Summer Programs, is excited to announce a new series of special programs to be conducted at our new campus in Valencia, Spain. The programs will kick off this July and cover a range of musical topics.
Berklee’s Office of International Programs is known for traveling the globe to conduct music education programming at our partner institutions, world-class music festivals and prime hot spots of various music traditions. With the opening of the Valencia campus at the Palau de les Artes Reina Sofia in Valencia, Spain, we now have an amazing location in Europe to host our excellent educational programs.
This summer we will produce 4 short programs. The programs will be 3 to 4 days in length allowing students to experience the Berklee teaching method on a range of musical topics in our state-of-the-art facility, while absorbing some fine local culture in the city of Valencia. The programs will are;
• Singer-Songwriter and Vocalist Program
• Berklee Groove School
• Art of Improvisation: Blues and Jazz
• Re:Tool – Music Technology in Performance and Production
The programs will begin on July 3rd and run in a series through July 16th. Click here for more details and to apply!
For now, I would like to leave you with an announcement about the faculty members/artists that will be teaching at the Re:Tool – Music Technology in Performance and Production program. They are;
• Stephen Webber, professor of music production and engineering (Stylus Symphony and Re:Generation)
• Kai Turnbull, assistant professor of electronic production and design,
• Brian “Raydar” Ellis, instructor of ensembles, and
• Dawaun Parker, Grammy Award winning, multi-platinum musician, record producer and rap artist.
I strongly encourage you to read up on these artists/educators and hope to see you in Valencia this summer!
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