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Graduates of prestigious music school in Valencia represent UK
July 11, 2013
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July 11, 2013
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SIX students from the first graduating class of Berklee College of Music’s Valencia campus represent the UK.
Established in September 2012 as a hub for talented musicians to pursue international careers, the one-year master’s program will graduate 74 students representing 27 different countries.
Beth Schofield, of Cornwall, and Matthew Warner, from Hertfordshire will receive their Contemporary Performance Master’s. Nderi Anet, of London, and Nathan Barlow, of Leeds, will graduate with their Global Entertainment and Music Business Master’s. Alexander Redfern, of Suffolk, and Amie Doherty, of Ireland, will receive their Film, Television and Video Games Master’s.
The ceremony will take place on Monday, July 15. There will also be a recital by the students on Sunday, July 14.
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