Irish film composer Ciarán Hope has organised a panel discussion titled ‘How to get Your Music into Film & TV in America’ that will take place in the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin on Tuesday 14th December at 6pm. The panel discussion event is part of a three day Music for TV and Film event being held on the historic campus.
The event will focus on music placement and scoring in film and TV and will be lead by Anne Cecere, BMI Director of Film/TV Relations. The participating panellists include music supervisor Gary Calamar; Jim Reid, Senior Vice President of Synchronization for Warner Music Group UK; Rob Hope, songwriter and lead member of Seneca alongside Ciarán Hope himself, a BMI composer and Trinity graduate who will also be giving master-classes in film composition to Trinity music students over the three day event.
The ‘How to get Your Music into Film & TV in America’ panel discussion will take place in the Paccar Theatre of Trinity College’s Science Gallery. It will take place on Tuesday, December 14th from 6:00pm to 7:30pm. The event is free of charge but booking is essential. For booking information or more information about the event visit: www.ciaranhope.com/filmtv and www.sciencegallery.com/events.