I will be in Los Angeles on the 23rd to take part in a panel on the making of the Elysium score. It’s called “Bringing the Elysium score to life: tips from the team.”
Tickets are on sale so if you are around and available, drop by!
I had great intentions to keep this site more up to date with analysis of music and film scenes, but things got a bit busy. And in the meantime this site has gotten more and more visited and popular.
So I have been thinking to provide small thoughts on film scoring in a more manageable format requiring less time and preparation, but still providing valuable insights.
I will start that asap, but in the meantime, here’s a look at what kept me busy for a bit: I was orchestrator and conductor on the big budget film “Elysium” by director Neill Bloomkamp (“District 9”.) The film stars Matt Damon and Jodie Foster and is coming out in August.
I was in London at the famous Abbey Road in London conducting the orchestra there for three days. It was my first time there and as you can expect, it was a wonderful experience. Here are some pictures.Â