Launching Your Film Scoring Career
THE SOCIETY OF COMPOSERS & LYRICISTS
and THE AMERICAN COMPOSERS FORUM
jointly present the seminar
LAUNCHING YOUR FILM SCORING CAREER
Tuesday, March 30, 2004 at 7:15 p.m.
Professional Musicians (Local 47) Hall
817 Vine Street, Hollywood, CA 90038
The Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL), the non-profit professional organization for film and television music composers, along with the American Composers Forum of Los Angeles (ACF-LA), the non-profit professional organization for concert composers, jointly present a seminar for our members and non-members looking to learn more about a composing career in film, TV, and multi-media. Whether you’re an experienced composer or someone just starting out, this panel of experts will guide you through the many creative, technical and business issues that are essential to getting up and running in today’s work environment.
You’ll hear frank advice from professionals who have worked for years in every aspect of the music business, from the concert stage to the scoring stage. They’ll be answering your questions and offering valuable information that can’t be found in any book, as they candidly share their experiences and insights. In addition, each attendee will be given a wealth of resources, including sample contracts, software demo CDs, how-to pamphlets for making a professional demo and setting up a project studio, lists of the many organizations, publications and websites that exist to help you in your music career, and much more. Please join us for an evening that’s guaranteed to be an exciting and worthwhile step toward developing your music career.
Panelists include composers Lee Holdridge, Penka Kouneva, Craig Stuart Garfinkle, and attorney Jeffrey Graubart. Moderated by composer Alex Shapiro. SCL Seminar Chairperson: Laura Dunn