$2,000
Avg. Amount Awarded
196
Days
June 30 2019
Application Deadline
1
Awarded last year
No
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Description

The Pete Carpenter Fellowship was established in 1989 by BMIF Advisory Panelist and iconic composer Mike Post, in memory of the late Pete Carpenter, who was Mr. Post's co-composer of television themes and scores including The A-Team, Magnum P.I., The Rockford Files (for which they won a GRAMMY), Hardcastle and McCormick, Hunter and Riptide. The program annually awards a $2,000 stipend for four to five weeks of intensive, in-studio mentorship with established composers in Los Angeles, and also offers the opportunity to consult with other distinguished film, television, and gaming composers and leaders in the entertainment industry. The fellowship is open to any composer over the age of 21 pursuing a career in film, television, and/or gaming composition.

Amount Details

$2,000
Low Amount Awarded
$2,000
Total Amount Awarded

Eligibility Requirements

  • CheckmarkMust be a graduate student
  • CheckmarkMust be at least 21 years old
  • CheckmarkCitizenship requirements: US
  • CheckmarkMust not be attending high school currently
  • CheckmarkMust study part-time

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