Danielle Angeloni is a singer/songwriter inspired by culture, traveling, and life. She loves collaborative writing, learning, and performing and is honored to be finishing her Degree in Professional Music and Minor in Music Technology and Innovation at Berklee’s Valencia, Spain Campus.
Six months ago I decided to take the Spring 2013 semester abroad in Berklee Valencia, and had no idea what I was in for! I sold my car so I’d have some extra money for traveling, and decided that Europe would be my next adventure. Now having taken the life-changing semester abroad, I am returning to Berklee Valencia because I know it is currently the best decision for furthering my career as a musician. Continue reading →
Hoje vou falar um pouco sobre a história da Berklee, como ela surgiu, quando ela surgiu e outras curiosidades. Aposto que muita gente, assim como eu há um tempo atrás, não faz ideia do porquê do nome Berklee, então decidi dedicar esse post ao surgimento da nossa querida universidade. Continue reading →
Neda Shahram, a student at Berklee’s Valencia campus enrolled in the Global Entertainment Music Business (GEMB) master’s program, shares her experience in initiating a new workshop series at the campus’ library.
For the past two semesters of my graduate career at Berklee Valencia as a GEMB master’s student, I became three times more proud to be surrounded by the next generation of musicians. The three-force pride derives from three different instances, whereby my inspiration stemmed to start conversing musically, Mediterranean-style. All of the instances took place inside the incubator that is Berklee Valencia where—yes—I eavesdropped on passerbys in the hallway, students in class and listened to many concerts and rehearsals. Continue reading →
February 15, 2014 marks the one-year anniversary of my acceptance into Berklee’s Global Entertainment and Music Business program. February 21, 2014 will be the six month anniversary of the day I stepped foot in Spain to live and learn. It’s been a wild ride so far, and this is just a fraction of the things I’ve done in a few, short six months: Continue reading →