Tel Aviv student in Boston wins Berklee-BMI film scoring scholarship
ARimon School of Music graduate has won a prestigious scholarship from Boston’s Berklee College of Music.
Berklee student Noa Beazley from Tel Aviv was awarded the Berklee BMI Film Scoring Scholarship this week by two-time Emmy Award-winning composer Trevor Morris. Within her first two years at Berklee, Beazley’s diverse skill set earned her accolades including the Video Game Audio Scholarship for Women, The Rick Applin Award for best fugue, and the Jeronimas Kacinskas Award for outstanding composition, according to Berklee.
In her application letter, Beazley stated that her future career plans, “lie entirely in the field of film and video game scoring,” and that Berklee had provided her with the knowledge, skill and preliminary list of contacts to help her start on the path of her career.
The first BMI-sponsored scholarship was first presented in 1998 by composer Michael Kamen and it continues to be awarded to a student selected by Berklee’s Film Scoring Department. The award is based on the student’s musical ability, financial need and potential for career success.
NOA BEAZLEY (left) shares a smile with BMI’s Doreen RingerRoss.