Film Music & Orchestration in Hollywood with Dr. Norman Ludwin [Singapore]
Film Music & Orchestration in Hollywood with Dr. Norman Ludwin
Early Bird Tickets – $90 (until 1 Aug 2019)
Standard Tickets – $110 (from 1 Aug 2019)
Registration closes once the full capacity of 90 participants is reached.
All participants will receive a free copy of Dr. Norman Ludwin's
Special discounts will be given for all of Dr. Ludwin's E-books on the event day.
Full Day Seminar
AM Session – Masterclass on Orchestration in Hollywood
Dr. Ludwin will cover a range of topics pertaining to the role of an orchestrator in Hollywood films as well as go through full orchestral scores of Hollywood films he has worked on.
PM Session – Music Critique / Q&A
Participants will have an opportunity to have their music (scores or mp3 mockups) critiqued by Dr. Ludwin. Works of 10-15 participants will be chosen for Dr. Ludwin to go through during the PM Session. Further details will be sent to participants upon signing up.
Light refreshments will be provided during the Tea Break
Dr. Norman Ludwin is a leading scholar in the study of orchestration and film composition. He is an instructor in the UCLA Film Scoring Program, the Film Scoring Academy of Europe, and the Musicians Union AFM Local 47.
His recent orchestration credits include Jurassic World, Inside Out, Star Trek Into Darkness, Super-8, John Carter, and Priest.
Dr. Ludwin has worked as a double bass player on over 210 motion pictures, including work with artists Michael Giacchino, John Williams, Jerry Goldsmith, Thomas Newman, Danny Elfman, Chris Young, Jeremy Lubbock, Charlie Haden, Barbara Streisand, Roger Kellaway, James Newton Howard, and David Foster.
Norman’s compositions and arrangements have been performed by a variety of groups worldwide, including recent performances by the Seattle Symphony and the New World Symphony. He has been awarded the ASCAP Composers Plus Award for the last five years.
Dr. Ludwin has written 11 books on orchestration and film composition including “Modern Harmony" and "Developing Variation".
He has presented seminars at the Munich Hochschule, Zurich School of the Arts, University of Rovigo (Italy), BMI Headquarters, The Society of Composers and Lyricists in New York, the Screen Composers Guild of Canada, Northeastern University in Boston, University of Maryland, Howard University, Ron Jones’ Academy of Recording Arts, Seattle Composer’s Alliance, China Conservatory of Music in Beijing, Beijing Normal University, Nanjing University of the Arts, Rangsit University in Bangkok Thailand, Kuala Lumpur and at Ho Chi Minh Conservatory in Vietnam.
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