Your membership includes significant discounts for attending our live events, including Ravel studies, Ellington groups, INFOrum panel discussions, Legends film score studies, and more. Attend more than six studies and your membership will have paid for itself with the discounts alone.
Mix with industry professionals
Many of our events include lunch with the price of admission. Sit down and break bread with fellow professionals to talk music, pick their brains, and compare notes. You can even play your music in our Adventures in Listening feature and receive instant constructive criticism.
Our Harmony Partners Program provides our members with special discounts on studio gear, software, and services from a specially curated list of composer-friendly vendors.
Ongoing Education for Musicians
Membership can be a major form of ongoing education for many of our members. We all need continued stimulation and exposure to make strides forward in our craft and career.
You're never alone when you join a community that loves music and film scores the same way you do. Ask your questions, get musical and career advice, and make strides towards achieving your dreams.
Yes, absolutely! But the cost will be higher. Our events are published to this web site, Facebook, Eventbrite, and our social media channels. Tickets may be purchased through Eventbrite or at the door. Members of our Chamber (free), Orchestra, and Philharmonic levels receive discounts for our events.
We record nearly all of our events (except those for which we cannot secure clearance), and do our best to post them to the site no more than two weeks after the event takes place. Chamber members get access to limited highlights, while Orchestra and Philharmonic members get access to the complete event.
Our events are regularly attended by everyone from top-level professionals to students. Many of our events also include breakfast and/or lunch, so there are ample opportunities to get to know your colleagues in the industry and form friendships and collaborations.
Our main hub is Los Angeles, the center of the film and television world. There are affiliated groups who have run Ravel studies similar to ours in many other cities, including San Diego, Chicago, Seattle, Toronto, New York, London, Milan, Tokyo, and more. Our web site serves to publish our work around the globe, while our leadership and volunteer team continues to explore possibilities for hosting future events in other locations.