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! JOIN NOW PART TWO! JAMES HORNER'S APOLLO 13WITH STEVE BRAMSON Thank you to all who joined our Zoom score study event on June 20th! We had over 160 people in attendance. We will have a continuation of this online study on July 11th at 10am! Sign up to be a member and you'll automatically be sent the Zoom link the day before the event. If you weren't able to make the first score study, do not worry! It's fine to jump in for this one... there's always plenty to learn! We will be joined again by Steve Bramson, the orchestrator of Apollo 13. More info here. Check out highlights from the first installment of our Apollo 13 score study. Orchestra and Philharmonic members have access to the full video. LIVESTREAM: THE GOSS-GERSHWIN CHALLENGE A replay of our free livestream from March 21, 2020 is available for viewing here: UPCOMING EVENTS Part Two! Study James Horner’s Apollo 13 with Orchestrator Steve Bramson July 11 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm IN THE WORKS Rhapsody in Blue Score study of George Gershwin’s Rhapsody in Blue. Coming summer 2020. Psycho: A Look at Bernard Herrmann’s Genre-Defining Score Coming summer/fall 2020. Joey Newman Coming Fall 2020 POPULAR VIDEOS Our events are all open to the public. We are constantly at work on new events so check back often, join the ASA for discounts, follow us on Twitter and Instagram, and like us on Facebook to get notified when new events are added. Sign up for our e-mail list to get news about our upcoming events and opportunities. Please enter your name. Please enter a valid email address. Sign Up! Thanks for subscribing! Please check your email for further instructions. Something went wrong. Please check your entries and try again. You can get involved! The Academy of Scoring Arts is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization run by volunteers. Want to help out? Have an idea on how to make it better? We’re all ears. Please fill out our volunteer form!