Scoring for motion picture and television faculty Garry Schyman was recently interviewed on scoring the soundrack to the videogame Bioshock: Infinite. Read the article.
Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television faculty Garry Schyman recently provided the score for the highly-anticipated and recently released videogame, BioShock Infinite. Read the article.
Thornton alumnus Jonathan Sadoff highlighted his beginnings and career as a film composer. He most recently scored the entire soundtrack to Beautiful Creatures, which opened in theaters on Valentine’s Day. Read the article.
Andrew Shulman Featured in The Beach Reporter’s Preview of Commemorative Concert for Legendary British Composer
To celebrate what would have been Benjamin Britten’s 100th birthday, Shulman collaborated with TV and film composer Bruce Broughton and pianist Robert Edward Thies to create a centennial concert. Read the article.
The Beach Reporter featured the Thornton alumni, who put $2 million into the eco-friendly studio that was designed specifically for film, TV and video game composers. Read the article.
Broadway World reported that SMPTV faculty Daniel Carlin will be one of the judges for CINE’s inaugural Film Scoring Competition. Read the article.
The Washington Post ran a positive review of SMPTV faculty Jon Burlingame’s The Music of James Bond. Read the article.
Jon Burlingame’s book, The Music of James Bond, was referenced in a Wall Street Journal article that analyzed the 007 theme’s effect on the male psyche. Read the article.
Releasing just before the newest Bond film, Skyfall, Burlingame’s book will provide the backstory to the music of the Bond films. Read the article.
SMPTV faculty Jon Burlingame was recently quoted in a Cleveland Plain Dealer article addressing the relevance and future of reality television singing competitions. Read the article.