How to Find – and Get Accepted – Into the Best Composition Programs

What is the best composition program for you?

To determine this, you’ll have to sort through a number of factors, including:

  • Right environment
  • Best faculty
  • Scholarship offerings
  • Performance opportunities (Composers have to get their music played!)
  • Recording opportunities
  • Building your portfolio
  • Academic atmosphere

And so much more.

This certainly isn’t easy.

After all, there are so many composition programs that exist…

Which one is the best fit for YOUR future?

How We Help Composers Get Accepted to College

  • Finding the Right Schools: Every school is unique in their offerings. We help you figure out which is best for your future.
  • Finding the Right Faculty: As a composer, you study with the same faculty member for four years. We help you find the right people for you.
  • Composition Portfolio: We help every composer craft an impeccable portfolio of original scores. We even help format the scores themselves to look publisher-quality.
  • Auditioning: You are evaluated by a professor who oversees admissions auditions at a competitive college program.
  • Interviewing: We work closely with you on the interview process, helping you prepare answers for the types of questions asked in college interviews.
  • Pre-Screen Recordings: We advise you on how to make an outstanding pre-screen recording.
  • Scholarships: We help you choose schools most likely to award scholarship. Additionally, our collaboration may help you receive tremendous merit-based scholarship as we prepare you for outstanding auditions and applications, both of which are looked at for scholarship consideration.
  • Music Essays: We help you craft impeccable essays, personal statements, and other materials for college.
  • Music Resume: We help you build an impeccable resume’
  • Unlimited Consultations: Throughout the entire journey, you have unlimited access to us.

Our composition students have been accepted to nearly every major music school.

These include Juilliard, Rice, Michigan…

New England Conservatory, Berklee, USC Thornton…

Frequently, our composers receive tremendous scholarships.

Here is a testimonial from a family of a composer from my class of 2019:

Our students get tremendous results in this process as we focus on a few core items.

These are just a few things we focus on with our composers:


Spaces are limited, and we only take a small number of students each year.

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