Presented by Sundance Institute's Film Music Program.
On April 12, 2014, in Beverly Hills, California, the Film Music Program will host the fourth annual ComposersLab: L.A.
* Enrollment for the special event is $125.
* Student discounts available
* Register now and receive a discount to "ComposersLab: LA – On Stage" (see below)
Through a series of informative conversations, presentations, and networking opportunities with renowned composers and industry professionals, ComposersLab: L.A. will offer film composers valuable insight into the process of creating music for film. ComposersLab: L.A. is a condensed version of Sundance Institute’s more intensive annual Music And Sound Design Labs, which connect composers and directors and gives them firsthand experience into the collaborative process of developing music for film.
ComposersLab: L.A. is supported by BMI. The Sundance Institute Film Music Program is supported by Time Warner Foundation and the Film Music Foundation.
The full-day program, led by Peter Golub, Director of the Sundance Institute Film Music program, will be announced in the next few weeks. Check back here for further details and get your tickets now.
* Students are eligible for a discount on registration and can purchase tickets here. Please be prepared to show your student ID at the door to confirm entry.
* Registrants for our April 12th workshop also qualify for a discounted ticket to the ‘On Stage’ event listed below! Promo code available on the check-out page.
ComposersLab: LA – On Stage
Presented by Sundance Institute's Film Music Program and The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
An intimate behind-the-scenes look into the creative process of a film composer. Peter Golub, Director of the Sundance Institute Film Music Program, hosts an afternoon delving into the career of one of the most successful and exciting film composers working today. Join world-renowned composer Harry Gregson-Williams (the Shrek series, The Chronicles of Narnia, Kingdom of Heaven, Man on Fire, Spy Game) live onstage at The Wallis as he shares insight into his creative techniques including a live demonstration of his work, with special guests. A select group of Sundance Institute’s Composer Fellows will also show their own scored version of a scene from an established film offering the audience a unique chance to discover first hand how music shapes and enhances the identity of a film and the experience of the viewer.
Sunday, March 30, 2014, 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts
9390 N. Santa Monica Blvd
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
To get more information and purchase tickets visit: thewallis.org/events.php