The American School of Modern Music is a high-level music school that meets the requirements of today’s musical environment. It is popularly known as Parisian School of Music (Jazz and contemporary music).
The school trains professionals in all music professions (instrumentalists, composers, arrangers, performers, sound engineers, producers) inspired by the working methods and study programs of the best American universities.
Its unique teaching team in France is composed of renowned international artists in the world of music with many distinctions (Grammy Awards, music victories, Knight of Arts and Letters, diplomas from the American universities).
The indicators of training are as follows:
- The number of students received in major American universities in 2019: six at Berklee College of Music, including three with scholarships worth $ 30,000 / year, a scholarship student for the famous New School of New York, and a student received at Princeton University.
- The pedagogical objectives are divided into 19 modules/courses to be validated for graduation (among the 51 modules available at the school)
- Each year the graduation ceremony is held in a renowned Parisian hall following a public concert given by the graduate students in the presence of the teachers and the school management.
American School of Modern Music Fees
- Course Fee: €3,300 (per annum)