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When you talk about young talent in the industry, it's impossible not to mention Justin Hurwitz who has already demonstrated his amazing abilities as a storyteller so early in his career. In this interview, Justin talks about his background and how he set himself on the path to becoming a film composer. Hear his fascinating insight including how he met director Damien Chazelle in college, how he paid the bills by writing scripts for sitcoms like The League and The Simpsons, and how he learned from all the mistakes he made on his first feature. We discuss how he learned through making mistakes on Damien Chazelle's first feature, Guy And Madeline On A Park Bench which was also a musical. Then learning more on Whiplash before tackling the modern musical once again with La La Land. Justin dissects his process including how he wrote both the score and the music to the songs in the film, as well as working with lyricists Benj Pasek & Justin Paul. The whole music process on La La Land took 2 years and we talk about Justin's workflow through it all. Justin Hurwitz is such an incredible storyteller and personality, and it was immensely inspiring to hear his story and approach to one of 2016's most critically-acclaimed films. Interview Produced & Presented By: Kaya Savas Special Thanks: Justin Hurwitz Albert Tello LTLA Communications
Janine Jansen, violinist Exclusive interviews of 20 artists of the Verbier Festival. Recorded in Verbier, Switzerland, by Tim Burgess for medici.tv. Follow the 2013 interviews on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/medicitv Youtube http://www.youtube.com/user/medicitv Twitter https://twitter.com/medicitv Watch the 2013 Verbier Festival concerts in free replay on medici.tv! http://www.medici.tv/#!/verbier-festival-on-medicitv
"EL ORFANATO". Suite. F.Velázquez ORQUESTA FILARMONÍA CORO ZIRYAB Dir: FERNANDO VELÁZQUEZ IV Congreso Internacional de Música de Cine "Ciudad de Úbeda" Concierto de clausura Patio central del Hospital de Santiago. Úbeda. Jaén. 12 de julio de 2008 Grabado y editado por BSO SPIRIT, ARKA Studio y Singular Soundtrack.
스페인 밀레니엄 오케스트라 . 지휘 임재식. 첼로 김지훈
Composer Fernando Velázquez's talents and style as a musical storyteller has given us some amazing scores such as The Orphanage, Mama, The Impossible and Crimson Peak among many others. Recently, Fernando continues his collaboration with director J.A. Bayona with A Monster Calls as well as with the fantasy adventure Zip & Zap And The Captain's Island (Zipi y Zape y la Isla del Capitán). Fernando talks about about his background and how he never remembers a time that he didn't want to write film scores. We discuss the differences between Spanish and American cinema, his relationship with J.A. Bayona, how he approached scoring A Monster Calls, and is posed with the question of "will we hear a Fernando Velázquez score for Jurassic World 2?" Fernando's music has brought the films he has scored to vivid and emotional life, and it's an enlightening delight to hear him speak about his craft.
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