Specialized training in music composition, screen scoring, and technology in a liberal arts university through mentoring and individualized attention.
Become an efficient, versatile composer for the screen through intensive technical training, private lessons, recording sessions, and networking.
Create a highly personalized program exploring the aesthetic foundations and psychology of music and the arts, and perform qualitative research.
About Screen Scoring at NYU Steinhardt
Co-directors Ron Sadoff and Mark Suozzo discuss the program.
Create music for film, TV, video games, virtual reality, and more. Prepare for your scoring career with intensive course work, our renowned composition faculty, multiple opportunities for collaboration and recording, and access to a vast network of peers, industry practitioners, and accomplished alumni in New York City.
Our students work with filmmakers in a variety of different contexts forging many successful and long-lasting relationships.
Students participate in recording sessions that serve as our laboratory for current scoring practices.
Our Friday@1 series presents conversations with some of the most renowned composers, songwriters, publishers, and industry executives in New York City and beyond.
Hone your skills in scoring for TV, film, advertising, or videogames at one of our summer workshops.
Master's students Sophia Stone and Pierce Constanti scored director Laura Zéphirin's "Making Waves."
Eric Smith and Mike Brun scored films that premiered at this year's festival.
Cameron Moody discusses the experience of working as music assistant and assistant composer for the renowned composer.
The music of Ariel Marx and Gavin Brivik was featured in two films that premiered at this year's festival.
Jennifer Rowekamp, a recent graduate of the Screen Scoring master’s program, became Pixar’s newest Associate Music Editor.
Screen Scoring Graduate Student Shao-Ting Chang won the Golden Bell Award for Best Music/Sound Design on the film “Bite.”
"Living Undocumented," a documentary on Netflix, was scored by Screen Scoring alumnus Gavin Brivik.