Hollywood Insider: Discover How the Magic of Movie Music Is Created
Supports: Berkeley Symphony (Berkeley, CA)
Item Number: 107
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On Saturday, November 3, 2012, Meyer Sound hosts David Newman—composer, conductor and one of today’s most accomplished creators of music for film—for an evening devoted to exploring how music impacts our experience at the movies and fits the film images and narrative. The venue will be Meyer Sound’s Pearson Theatre, which “is possibly the first venue to realize the full, multisensory impact of the cinematic experience, from high-quality visuals to undistorted sound reproduction.”
Using film clips from contemporary and classic movies, Newman will illustrate how the entire process of scoring a film works, from the time a composer first reads a script to the final dub. Examples will include All About Eve—the end of which “is one of the most amazing musical sequences ever in a movie”—which was scored by his father, nine-time Oscar-winning Alfred Newman.
Limited to 50 people. Only 20 tickets available for early purchase at $200 each.