MA in SCORING ONLINE VIDEO SERIES

facebook live pulse college ma in film scoring
 
Thank you for your interest in the Facebook Live Q&A series for the MA in Film & Visual Media Scoring programme. This 1-Year MA in Scoring for Film & Visual Media Programme delivered by Pulse College and it’s roster of world-class film scoring professionals such as Conrad Pope, Richard Bellis and Garry Schyman, is taught in the historic Windmill Lane Recording Studios campus and run in collaboration with the DIT Conservatory of Music.
 
The purpose of this series of Exclusive Facebook Live Q&A Events is to give you the inside track on this renowned MA in Scoring programme and to help you discover what makes this programme one of the most highly rated of it’s kind in the world!
 
Simply register your interest using the form below to receive links and reminders to join us live on Facebook!
 

Dates / Times

Episode 3 in this series takes place Thursday 25th May [6pm Dublin / 1pm New York / 10am Los Angeles].
We will be joined by an MA in Scoring Student to discuss life at Pulse College, living in Dublin, the value of the live recordings and their experience composing and conducting for a 110-piece orchestra in Bulgaria. This is an ideal opportunity to pose questions to a real life learner on the MA Programme on a topic of your choice.
 
Episode 4: Thursday 29th June [6pm Dublin / 1pm New York / 10am Los Angeles]
The Dissertation, the Application of Practice Based Research and Academic Life in Pulse College – MA in Scoring Programme Director, Fionnuala Conway
 

Register

To join us for this Facebook Live Q&A, and to watch back previous Facebook Live Q&A Events, simply register your details below and you will be invited to this exclusive online event on our Facebook page. We will be sending email reminders in advance of the event and also sending out recordings of the Facebook Live Q&A Events after each one if you can’t watch them live.
 

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