MUSIC SCORING: THE ANATOMY OF A FILM CUE: a seminar for filmmakers and media artists at DCIFF 2014
US Navy Memorial Heritage Center
Washington , DC
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MUSIC SCORING: THE ANATOMY OF A FILM CUE: a seminar for filmmakers and media artists at DCIFF 2014
A DC Independent Film Festival SEMINAR:

How to compose music for a film? The Mayor's Arts Award Recipient for Outstanding Emerging Artist, Composer Brian Wilbur Grundstrom, will talk about how to score music for a film. Grundstrom will dissect a film cue by going through the various iterations and explaining the changes made along the way. He will also explore the composer/director relationship.

Brian Wilbur Grundstrom composes for film, orchestra, opera, chorus, piano, quintet and other ensembles.   His awards include Encore from American Composers Forum, ASCAPLUS from ASCAP and Composers Assistance Program from the American Music Center. He received four grants from the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities , an agency supported in part by the National Endowment for the Arts, and won Outstanding Emerging Artist in the 2013 DC Mayor's Arts Awards. Brian received Peer Awards for Sadie's Waltz and Arc of Light: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss from Television, Internet, & Video Association of DC (TIVA-DC). The Bridge Club song from his Musical Pepe! The Mail Order Monkey Musical was nominated for a 2009 OUTMusic Award

WASHINGTON DC METRO STOP = Archives-Navy Memorial-Penn Quarter/Yellow and Green Lines

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US Navy Memorial Heritage Center (View)
701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW
Washington , DC 20004
United States


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