The Hollywood Reporter Names Frost Top 25 Music School For Film and TV

The Hollywood Reporter Names Frost Top 25 Music School For Film and TV

By UM News

The Hollywood Reporter Names Frost Top 25 Music School For Film and TV

By UM News

The Frost School of Music at the University of Miami has been named one of the Top 25 music schools for film and TV by the prestigious entertainment trade magazine The Hollywood Reporter for the fifth consecutive year.  The announcement was revealed in the November 17, 2018 issue.

In commenting Dean Shelly Berg stated:  “The Frost School of Music is a very special music environment for those who want to pursue careers in film and television.   We are honored to be acknowledged by The Hollywood Reporter for the fifth year running.”  

Frost’s Media Writing & Production degree program offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in creating music for film, television, video games, and other media. Courses cover a broad range to prepare students for careers as composers and/or producers for media, including advanced recording and editing techniques, media scoring, game music, traditional and virtual orchestration, production across a wide range of genres, and career development/entrepreneurship skills.

Esteemed Frost faculty member Carlos Rafael Rivera recently scored big with his first Emmy Award for his theme music for the Netflix limited series Godless. Carlos Rafael Rivera is Assistant Professor and Director of the Musicianship, Artistry Development, & Entrepreneurship (MADE) Program.

 

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