Music schools/courses

programs, certificates, diplomas and degrees (On campus, Online or On-site)
Total 100 training courses/programs at schools in New York, NY, USA



SAE Institute New York

Campus/Training Center: New York City
Phone No.: 212-944-9121

Electronic Music Production (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment

The EMP courses offered at SAE New York are an ideal way for anyone to learn the techniques and equipment needed to create electronic music. We currently offer 2 different Electronic Music Producer courses. Students are encouraged to take both, but may register for them individually if desired.


Metropolitan College of New York

Campus/Training Center: New York City
Phone No.: 212 343 1234

Music and Publishing Industries in the Digital Age

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This course covers the business of the music and literary publishing industries, in the United States and in the global digital environment, and focuses on the current spectrum of product creation, financing, production, marketing, distribution and exhibition in light of the rapidly changing technologies, digital rights management and copyright issues and end-user/consumer practices. Students will follow the artistic, technical and commercial development of a music venture or literary and periodically published products from inception and creation through production, distribution dissemination and marketing, both nationally and internationally.


American Musical and Dramatic Academy

Campuses/Training Centers: New York City, Los Angeles
Phone No.: 1-800-367-7908

Acting, Dance and Musical Theatre

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Our rigorous Integrated Program is designed for performers who want to become a triple threat by receiving comprehensive training in acting, musicianship and dance.

At AMDA, we believe a performer must perform. Our culture is built around Performance Immersion, and from day one, you’ll find unrivaled performance opportunities in the three core areas of acting, musical theatre and dance, both in and out of the classroom, plus individual voice lessons and musicianship. Over the course of your four semesters, you’ll also enhance and refine your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musical theatre and dance. Finally, through courses in career preparation and audition techniques, you’ll learn how to navigate the industry and leverage all of this training for a successful career on stage and screen.

When you finish the Integrated Program, you also have the option of applying all... [Read More]

Dance Theatre

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Our intensive four-year degree is designed for ambitious dancers who want to become capable, multi-disciplined performers. This rigorous course of physical study is grounded in classical technique and complemented by focused courses in a variety of styles.

At AMDA, we believe a dancer must dance. Our culture is built around Performance Immersion, and from day one, you will find an unrivaled number of dance performance opportunities in a variety of disciplines and receive the support of our extraordinary faculty, who will encourage you to conceptualize your own productions. You’ll also experience Critical Studies courses designed to be immediately relevant to the life and career of a working dancer.

Finally, you’ll learn how to navigate the professional dance industry and gain the solid entrepreneurial foundation necessary to thrive in the performing arts.

Musical Theatre

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Our intensive four-year degree program integrates comprehensive artistic training in acting, musicianship and dance, providing you with a well-rounded education and foundation in theatre craft and history.

At AMDA, we believe a stage performer must perform. Our culture is built around Performance Immersion, and from day one, you will find unrivaled performance opportunities both in and out of the classroom. Over the course of your four years, you’ll also enhance and refine your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced concepts in acting, musicianship and dance, including Critical Studies courses designed specifically for the performing artist.

Finally, upper-level courses that focus on career preparation, networking, audition techniques and entrepreneurship will help you to navigate the industry and apply all of this training as a working stage actor.

Acting for stage, film and television

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Our rigorous Studio Program is designed to give talented performers the opportunity for serious study in acting craft and technique ?everything you need to play a great character on stage or screen.

At AMDA, we believe an actor must act. Our culture is built around Performance Immersion, and from day one, you will find unrivaled performance opportunities both in and out of the classroom. Over the course of your four semesters, you’ll also enhance and refine your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced acting concepts. Finally, through courses in career preparation and audition techniques, you’ll learn how to navigate the industry and leverage all of your training as a working actor.

When you finish the Studio Program, you also have the option of applying all of your credits toward the AMDA Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Acting.

Acting

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Our intensive four-year degree program is designed to give you everything you need to pursue your calling as a professional actor. With comprehensive artistic training in performance for stage, film and television, you’ll master the craft.

At AMDA, we believe an actor must act. Our culture is built around Performance Immersion, and from day one, you’ll find unrivaled performance opportunities both in and out of the classroom. Over the course of your four years, you’ll also enhance and refine your performance technique through an intensive curriculum that focuses on both foundational and advanced acting concepts. Through Critical Studies courses designed to be immediately relevant to the working actor, you’ll gain a well-rounded education in the arts.

Finally, upper-level courses that focus on career preparation, networking, audition techniques and entrepreneurship will help you navigate the industry and apply all of this training as a working actor.


ExitCertified USA

Campuses/Training Centers: Houston, Las Vegas, Philadelphia, Phoenix, New York City, Sacramento, San Francisco, San Jose
Phone No.: 1.800.803.3948

Advanced Music Production in Logic Pro 9 (Certificate)

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

This three-day course teaches invaluable real-world techniques for music production and editing, mixing, notation, and scoring to picture with Logic. Throughout the class, students learn numerous professional secrets for streamlining production workflows and constructing a mix to meet the most exacting standards. Experienced Logic users and newcomers alike will find invaluable methods for manipulating tempo and pitch, fine-tuning audio and MIDI tracks, processing MIDI data, managing signal flow, assigning physical controllers, and getting the most out of Logic’s revolutionary software instruments.


Broadway Training Center of Westchester

Campus/Training Center: New York City
Phone No.: (914) 478-5825

Musical Theatre

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment

A very popular introduction to theatre! Musical Theatre combines acting, singing, and dancing- all equally important and necessary to the Musical art form. Students experience musical theatre performance through theatre games, pantomime, vocal and physical warm ups, song and dance sessions, storytelling poetry interpretation, and improvisational scene work.

Voice and Music

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Whether you want to learn to read music or are already analyzing chord structures, this class will help you apply theory to your performing. With heavy emphasis on developing clean rhythm and ear training, you will learn to use theoretical knowledge to make yourself a more accurate and confident musician! Of value to vocalists, instrumentalists, and dancers. Don’t worry, it’s not all book learnin’... but do bring a pencil!

Adult Sing

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Whether you are an experienced crooner looking to expand your repertoire or a newbie looking for the confidence to sing outside of the shower, Adult Sing is for you! This class lays out the fundamentals of safe singing and helps you find your personal style as a performer. The combination of group and solo work lets you learn at your own pace while enjoying the collaboration of other singers in a supportive and non-competitive environment.


New York University School of Continuing and Professional Studies

Campus/Training Center: New York City
Phone No.: (212) 998-7200

Music Marketing

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Continuing Education: Marketing, Advertising, and Public Relations
Explore an exciting career in the music marketing industry or start your own record label. In this course discuss this and much more, including how traditional marketing principles are applied--and frequently rewritten--for the music industry. Examine key elements of music marketing, including artists, record companies, managers, publicity, booking agents, touring, radio and television, music retailing and distribution, demographics, trends, and the downloading phenomenon. Students analyze and develop marketing plans, track trends, and plan promotional events. Guest speakers are featured.
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Music for Young Children

Course Format: Public Course/Instructor-Led/Open Enrollment  V

Gain an introduction to the methods and materials used to teach music to young children, ages six months to five years, in preschool or daycare environments. Genres of music covered include classical and folk music, traditional children’s songs, and multicultural music. Students develop a thematic curriculum to connect music to weekly themes in the classroom. Instruments and movement activities are incorporated into the class. Handouts include songs and articles about children’s early musical experiences.

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