by / November 25th, 2010 /

How to get your music into film and TV in America

TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN presents
‘HOW TO GET YOUR MUSIC INTO FILM & TV IN AMERICA’
PANEL DISCUSSION

PACCAR THEATRE, SCIENCE GALLERY, PEARSE ST, TRINITY COLLEGE DUBLIN
TUESDAY 14TH DECEMBER 2010 – 6PM TIL 7.30PM

FREE ADMISSION – BOOKING ESSENTIAL – GO TO: WWW.SCIENCEGALLERY.COM/EVENTS
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Featuring a world class music supervisor, publisher, composer & songwriter to discuss film/TV music….

Trinity College will present “How To Get Your Music into Film & TV in America” a compelling panel focusing on music placement and scoring in film and TV, at their upcoming three-day music for film and TV series. Anne Cecere, BMI Director, Film/TV Relations, will lead the panel discussion that includes prominent music supervisor Gary Calamar; Jim Reid, Senior Vice President of Synchronization for Warner Music Group UK; Rob Hope, songwriter and lead member of Seneca; and Irish BMI composer and Trinity alumnus Ciaran Hope who will also be giving master-classes to Trinity music students over the 3 day event.

This event is made possible by the kind support of Trinity College Dublin and will be hosted by Science Gallery. For directions to Science Gallery please visit: http://www.sciencegallery.com/find_us