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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.

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We've now completed three online studies of James Horner's 1995 score to Apollo 13, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. The fourth and final installment in our series will be on September 5 at 10am Pacific Time! We are honored to be joined again by Steve Bramson, who orchestrated the score alongside Horner. Check out highlights from the first, second, and third installments of our Apollo 13 score study. Orchestra and Philharmonic members have access to the full videos.


Sign up to be a member and you'll automatically be sent the Zoom link for our study on September 5. The link is also available here (viewable by members only).

Fans of Film Music 11 with John Powell

October 11 @ 10:00 am - 11:30 am

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 fall/winter 2020.

Joey Newman

Coming Fall 2020

A replay of our free livestream from March 21, 2020 is available for viewing here:

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