Womens’ Work: Film, TV, Musical Theatre and Game Composers


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August 10, 2014 –

This panel of talented musical storytellers is sure to ignite a lively and engaging discussion about the issues facing female composers. With first class credits across a wide variety of disciplines, panelists will share career strategies, major issues within the industry and some juicy anecdotes along the way.

Come for a new perspective on the universal concerns of composers: temp scores, sample libraries, copyright agreements between director and composers, vertical layering in game composition, collaboration on big Broadway shows and more!

The Society of Composers & Lyricists (SCL) in New York, in conjunction with New York Women in Film and Television presents Women in Film.


Micki Grant – composer, lyricist and actor.

Sarah Plant – composer, flutist and keyboardist who scores feature films, documentaries, animations, multimedia, and museum installations.

Winifred Phillips – award-winning composer. Her video game credits include Assassin’s Creed Liberation, The Da Vinci Code, God of War, Speed Racer, Shrek the Third, several LittleBigPlanet games, and many more.

With moderator Elizabeth Rose, who has written songs for television, film and the New York stage.