Tag: Interviews

Alan Silvestri: The Man Who Needs No Introduction

A few days ago, I arrived in Gent, Belgium for the 2015 World Soundtrack Awards and Concert, as part of the Film Fest Gent, that was celebrating the music of...

/ 3rd November 2015

Composer Dave Porter about scoring ‘Flesh and Bone’

Some of you might possibly have heard about a TV show called Breaking Bad. If you happen to be one of those people, you will most probably understand that I...

/ 2nd November 2015

Dominik Scherrer: Scoring Through Mystery and Time

Ivor Novello Award-winning Composer, Dominik Scherrer is a man for all of time and all of history. If you gaze throughout his career so far, you will find a versatile...

/ 22nd October 2015

Hollywood in Vienna: Behind the Scenes of the prestigious Film Music Gala

Having lived in Vienna for a year and a half now, it’s not uncommon to hear from others about how nice it must be to live in the so-called Capital...

/ 30th September 2015

Scoring as a team: The creative approach of The Newton Brothers

No matter if it was Mozart, Beethoven, Bach, Brahms or Williams, Goldsmith and Morricone: All the great composers we know are usually known for creating their beautiful music alone in...

/ 23rd September 2015

Music Director Marcin Przybyłowicz about the musical approach of The Witcher 3

The Witcher clearly is a phenomenon and put Poland on the Triple AAA video game map. Based on Andrzej Sapkowski‘s books it has made its way to become one of...

/ 7th September 2015

A Decade of Epicness: Aleksandar Dimitrijevic about composing for trailers

Aleksandar Dimitrijevic. A name as difficult to pronounce as it is important to remember. Composer Aleksandar Dimitrijevic has been working in the trailer music industry for over ten years now...

/ 25th August 2015

Bear McCreary: A composer ahead of his time

From the very first episode of ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ you could feel a change in the future of music for Television. I remember the thoughts going through my head at the...

/ 18th August 2015

Music is a language: Tips from Inon Zur for young artists

In addition to our extensive article on Inon Zur’s new album ‘Age of Sirens’ we wanted to share his thoughts on what he believes is important for young composers to...

/ 16th August 2015

An insight into Dynamedion with Co-Founder Tilman Sillescu

We all have places that we would like to explore. When posed with this question, most people’s lists would be topped by destinations like Paris, New York or Tokyo; all great...

/ 6th August 2015

A tribute to the fans, collaboration and the world we live in: Inon Zur about “Age of Sirens”

With his credits reaching from video games like Prince of Persia, Dragon Age, Fallout, Warhammer 40.000, to Crysis, EverQuest, Fantasia and the Syberia series Inon Zur is one of the...

/ 2nd August 2015
Penka Kouneva

Composer Penka Kouneva – Changing Perceptions

With the exciting new release of her second Orchestral album ‘The Woman Astronaut,’ Bulgarian Composer Penka Kouneva has become a talent to watch, as well as to listen. I had...

/ 21st July 2015