This year at Berklee’s campus in Valencia, fellows from the Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games master’s program, and from the Music Production, Technology, and Innovation master’s program are working together with Berklee professors and the Conservatorio Profesional de Valencia, recording film and game scores with student orchestras, in an effort to bring the faculties within Berklee closer through collaborative projects, as well as integrating Berklee to other artistic institutions in Valencia.
Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games Fellow Felipe Téllez and Berklee Instructor Enrique Hernandis have been in charge of spearheading this initiative with the supervision of Scoring for Film, Television, and Video Games Program Director Lucio Godoy and Music Production, Technology, and Innovation Professor Chris Wainwright. Felipe has shared this video with us, recorded the 31st of October 2015 at the Ann Kreis Scoring Stage in Berklee Valencia:
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