Music In Africa Foundation Media Sound Hamburg scholarship 2018 for young film/video music composers.

Application Deadline: 25 April 2018

Media Sound Hamburg, in partnership with the Music In Africa Foundation, is calling on young film music composers, video game music composers and sound designers to apply for a scholarship to take part in an exciting summer school in Hamburg, Germany, between 8 and 17 June 2018.

The successful candidate will get to attend various masterclasses, workshops, forums and special events while interacting with international film composers and industry professionals throughout the 10 days of the summer school.

The lecturers at this year’s Media Sound Hamburg will include Frans Bak (The Killing, Doctor Foster), Martin Hernandez (Oscar nominations for Birdman [2015] and The Revenant [2016]) and Ari Pulkkinen (video game music for Angry Birds, Dead Nation, Outland), among others.


Applicants need to:

  • Be from an African country
  • Be under 30 years old
  • Have experience in music composition
  • Have an interest in sound design/film music composition/video game music composition
  • Have a valid passport


Applicants will need to submit the following to be considered for the scholarship:

  • CV
  • Biography detailing previous work and interests
  • Music In Africa profile (with extracts of your work such as videos and audio)

What you will get:

  • A scholarship to Media Sound Hamburg 2018 (8 to 17 June 2018)
  • Free choice of any masterclass, workshop, forum or special event at Media Sound Hamburg
  • Flights (economy), accommodation and a per diem.

Application Procedure:

Apply Now for the Music In Africa Foundation Media Sound Hamburg scholarship

If you do not hear from us by 3 May 2018 you may consider your application unsuccessful.

For More Information:

Visit the Official Webpage of the Music In Africa Foundation Media Sound Hamburg scholarship 2018 


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