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Namiko Mori Receives BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship

Posted in News on April 11, 2014
Pictured L-R at BMI’s Los Angeles office are: Program Manager UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Kristen Kang, BMI Vice President Film/TV Relations Doreen Ringer-Ross, BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship recipient Namiko Mori and Program Director UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Pascale Cohen-Olivar.
Pictured L-R at BMI’s Los Angeles office are: Program Manager UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Kristen Kang, BMI Vice President Film/TV Relations Doreen Ringer-Ross, BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship recipient Namiko Mori and Program Director UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Pascale Cohen-Olivar.

UCLA Extension student Namiko Mori is the recipient of this year’s BMI/Jerry Goldsmith Film Scoring Scholarship. Named after Oscar and Emmy-winning film and television composer Jerry Goldsmith, the scholarship is an annual award that partially underwrites the recipient’s study in UCLA Extension’s Film Scoring Program, a continuing education program designed to help composers develop the specialized skills and contacts needed to pursue a successful career in film scoring.

The announcement was made at Broadcast Music Inc.’s Los Angeles office by BMI Vice President Film/TV Relations Doreen Ringer-Ross along with Program Director UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Pascale Cohen-Olivar and Program Manager UCLA Extension Entertainment Studies Kristen Kang.

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