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SCL NY Seminar: A Guide to Production Music Placement

May 29, 2019   |   6:00pm PDT

 

SCL New York Seminar: A Guide to Production Music Placement

The SCL in New York presents
A GUIDE TO PRODUCTION MUSIC PLACEMENT

With

JOEL FEINBERG

CEO, De Wolfe Music USA

Moderated by

DANNY GRAY

SCL NY Steering Committee Member

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Join us for a discussion of effective strategies for placing production music in television and other media.  Our panel will review music submissions from SCL Members and use this material as the basis for the evening’s discussion.

SCL Members are invited to submit original music for review at this event. Submissions are limited to one track per person; music may be vocal or instrumental, but should be appropriate for production library usage.

Submit music directly to adminny@thescl.com in MP3 format only.  Up to ten tracks will be reviewed at the seminar, and will be selected on a first-come, first-served basis.

Joel Feinberg (CEO, De Wolfe Music USA) has over 20 years of experience in building businesses and forging rock solid relationships in music, television, film and finance. In his decade-plus career with De Wolfe Music, Joel has selected and licensed thousands of productions for film & television as well as assisting with some of the world’s top brand campaigns.  He is an active musician, engineer and composer which compliments his passion for music publishing and the continued growth of De Wolfe Music in the United States.  https://www.dewolfemusic.com/

Moderator

Danny Gray is an internationally-awarded composer working at the intersection of contemporary concert music and multimedia scoring.  He has contributed music to over 800 episodes of television on major networks and channels including ABC, NBC, History, National Geographic, and Investigation Discovery.  His film scores have been heard at festivals nationwide, and his score to the independent feature film One Penny was nominated for Best Original Score, 2017 World Music and Independent Film Festival.  As a concert music composer, his works have been premiered and recorded by ensembles including the Chelsea Symphony, the Manhattan Choral Ensemble, and the Australian Boys Choir.  He was a finalist for the 2015 American Prize in Composition.

Danny created the film music curriculum for Western Connecticut State University, where he is an adjunct instructor of Media Scoring and Audio Production.  He is a graduate of the Purchase College Conservatory of Music.

Venue

Ripley-Grier Studios
520 8th Avenue, #16th floor, Room FG
New York, NY 10018 United States
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