From Your Hometown to Berklee to Healthy Decision Making & Success
A Conversation with Enrique Gonzalez Müller
Join MP&E faculty and alum Enrique Gonzalez Müller ('99) in a casual conversation about key concepts regarding career and lifestyle success and decision making. Through Enrique's personal story from Berklee student to Latin Grammy-winning and Grammy-nominated producer, he'll cover concepts applicable to any student looking to get the most out of this college experience and prepare for healthy and successful careers out there in the "real world".
After graduating from Berklee College of Music in 1999, Enrique Gonzalez Müller started his career as a music producer and engineer at the Plant Studios working with artists like the Dave Matthews Band, Joe Satriani, Joan Baez, MC Hammer, DJ Quik, Les Claypool, and members of Metallica. In his home country of Venezuela, he's produced many chart-topping albums for Caramelos de Cianuro, Desorden Público and Viniloversus to name a few. In 2009, his collaboration with Los Amigos Invisibles won the band a Latin Grammy Award for their album Commercial and this collaboration later earned them a Grammy nomination in 2018 and another Latin-Grammy win in 2020. In Italy, Gonzalez Müller has also produced, arranged, and mixed albums for L’Aura and scored a no. 1 hit with "Teach Me Again" from Elisa and Tina Turner. In the U.S., he’s continued to work with Nine Inch Nails, Victor Wooten, Kronos Quartet Jason Newsted (ex-Metallica) and toured with Wynton Marsalis. In 2015, Gonzalez Müller was the recipient of Berklee's Distinguished Faculty Award for his innovative work as an educator and in 2018 became the program director of the Master's in Music Production for Berklee Online.