Welcome to the leading community of industry professionals dedicated to the art of scoring.

We’ve created an opportunity for you to study with modern masters of their crafts. Dive into a decade of score studies, guest interviews, and panel discussions to discover how to take your music to the next level.

We welcome you to join our community today!

RECENT EVENTS

On October 11, in association with Fans of Film Music, we hosted an interview with John Powell, which was moderated by Kaya Savas. This interview is available to all our members (including our free tier, Chamber). Chamber members may view it on our Free Events page; Orchestra and Philharmonic Members may view it on the dedicated Event page.

We recently wrapped up a 4-session study of James Horner's score to Apollo 13, featuring the original orchestrator Steve Bramson. Members may stream the full length videos to Part 1, Part 2, Part 3, and Part 4. Eighteen highlight excerpt videos are also available:

Please check back soon for more upcoming ASA events.

Rhapsody in Blue

Score study of George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Coming winter 2020.

Joey Newman

Coming winter 2020.

Alan Silvestri’s Back to the Future

Coming winter 2020.

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