THE MUSIC MAKES THE MOVIE: Collaboration with Musicians and Composers
Take part in this discussion on how musicians and composers collaborate with directors behind-the-scenes to craft impactful film scores.
Moderated by Linda Bloss-Baum. Linda is the Senior Director for Artist and Industry Relations at SoundExchange. In that role, Linda drives awareness and visibility for SoundExchange across multiple channels related to performance and music entertainment. Before joining SoundExchange full time, she served as an independent consultant for SoundExchange and recording artists through her agency, LBB Creative Strategies. Prior to establishing LBB Creative Strategies, Linda ran the Warner Music Group office in Washington, D.C. for six years. She also served as Vice President, Public Policy/Government Relations at Universal Music Group/NBC Universal and Time Warner, Inc.
Liza Figueroa Kravinsky is an award winning music composer for films and other media. She is also the founder and music composer of the critically acclaimed GoGo Symphony, a classical orchestra playing party music over Washington DCs gogo beat. Previously, she composed for, directed, and performed with Robin Power and the Uptown Dames, a Paisley Park project created by Prince. She also toured with Mowtown recording artist Stacy Lattisaw; TRJ, a faction of go-go band Trouble Funk, and go-go band Pleasure.
Elik Álvarez is a Venezuelan-born composer who has managed to capture his
audience with his unique compositions for the screen. A dynamic artist molded by
traditional concert music, modern styles, and Latin-inspired rhythms, he is committed to
bring exciting innovations to each and every project he works on. Álvarez has composed music for more than 70 films, television series, and documentaries.
Carnegie Institution for Science, Elihu Root Auditorium (View)
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Washington, DC 20005
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