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Sing Your Song — In Spain!

The Office of International Programs and Summer Programs are excited to announce the faculty members for the 2012 Singer-Songwriter and Vocalist program to be conducted at our new campus in Valencia, Spain from July 3rd to 5th.  This will be the second year we hold this program which will cover stage performance techniques, song form and harmony, lyric writing and vocal technique.  Students will have the opportunity to work with world class Berklee faculty members associate professor of ensembles Nancy Morris, instructor of voice and ear training Darcel Wilson, singer/songwriter Livingston Taylor and Professor of Ensembles Ken Zambello.  Also, stay tuned for news about s special guest artist in residence for the program!

2012 Singer-Songwriter and Vocalist Faculty

2012 Singer-Songwriter and Vocalist Faculty

We encourage you to check out the complete details for this program and the 3 other new programs we will produce during the month of July as well.  The other programs include;

Berklee Groove School
Art of Improvisation: Blues and Jazz
Re:Tool – Music Technology in Performance and Production

We look forward to seeing you in Valencia!

Get Your Groove On and Learn the Art of Improvising

2012 Berklee Groove School and Art of Improvisation

Faculty members for the 2012 Berklee Groove School and Art of Improvisation

Vocalists and Instrumentalist of all styles are encouraged to check out two new special programs Berklee will produce at our new campus in Valencia, Spain this summer.  Berklee Groove School and the Art of Improvisation: Blues and Jazz will introduce musicians to the important topics related to live performance.  Continue reading

Rhythm Of the Universe (Interview with the mastermind of the project Emir Cerman)


Before coming to Berklee, Turkish film scorer Emir German created a five-minute video about Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Republic of Turkey, with Cerman’s original score over historical footage. The video had 10,000 views on YouTube in the first two months of its life, and last August, in advance of the 85th anniversary of the republic’s founding, Cerman’s video was picked up by CNN Turk, Kanalturk, and MTV Turkey, reaching almost 4 million people.

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