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Film Music Composition And Conducting Masterclass With George Fenton And Dimitri Scarlato 1st Edition



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Workshop info

Place:
Vienna, Austria

Dates:
22 - 28 July 2021

Fee:
Conductors (active participants) - €800,
Auditors (passive participants) - €200

Deadline for Applications:
till the class is full

George Fenton

Maestro George Fenton
(UK)

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Dimitri Scarlato

Maestro Dimitri Scarlato
(UK)

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Join the 1st edition of the FILM MUSIC COMPOSITION and CONDUCTING MASTERCLASS. This course is aimed to composers who are interested in learning how to conduct their recording sessions and want to develop a basic understanding of conducting techniques. In addition, they will be tutored in composition by George Fenton, internationally acclaimed British composer with 5 Oscar nominations and multiple Ivor Novello, BAFTA, Golden Globe, Emmy and BMI awards, and Dimitri Scarlato, the Area Leader in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music in London. During the intensive week you will compose and record a cue (or cues) for a clip given by the tutor or of your choice.

Schedule:

Conducting (all afternoons except for the last day)

The conducting pieces will be announced at the end of May, and will comprise of 2 short extract from the classical repertoire and 2 short extract from film music. The composers are invited to look all the pieces, but they should prepare only 1 piece.

Composition (all mornings except for the last day)


Master Class information:

Places are limited - please inquire today.

About the Faculty:

George Fenton

Conductor



For more information, please visit:

Maestro's Personal web-site
www.georgefenton.com (in new tab)


Dimitri Scarlato

Conductor



For more information, please visit:

Maestro's Personal web-site
www.dimitriscarlato.com (in new tab)