Hailing from the Midwestern United States, Liz Teutsch grew up in a home saturated with music, from her parents’ Beatles records to her multi-instrumentalist grandmother’s square-dance fiddling. This early exposure encouraged her studies studies in violin, piano, cello, percussion, drum set, bass and guitar, and eventually led her to Berklee College of Music’s Boston campus where she majored in Music Production and Engineering. From there she has continued on with a career rich in collaborative, creative ventures in music production, sound for visual media, and education. Liz feels extremely fortunate that she is now able to fuse two of her passions – music and teaching – at Berklee College of Music’s campus in Valencia, Spain, where she has worked and taught since 2013. An Associate Professor, Teutsch teaches courses at both the graduate and undergraduate level in music production, recording and mixing techniques.
Liz formerly served as the Director of Academic Technology on Berklee’s Valencia campus and also as the Director of Audio Production at Boston University's Center for Digital Imaging Arts. She was based in Boston for over 10 years where she worked as an educator, technician, and tracking and mix engineer for music and multimedia. She is an active member of the Audio Engineering Society and recently completed a 2-year post as the AES Vice President of the Southern Europe, Middle East and Africa Region.
Liz is a graduate of Dartmouth College and Berklee College of Music, an avid yogini, and thrilled to be living in a warm-weather climate for the first time in her life.