Does life really need a soundtrack?
A workshop facilitated by Maurice Seezer.
We are bombarded with music and sound design on a daily basis, and with more and more of the information we receive being visual, is it not time to put more thought into the way sound, in all its forms, can create a whole new narrative perspective?
About Maurice Seezer:
Twice nominated for a Golden Globe award in the ‘Best Original Song’ category, Maurice Seezer is a musician, songwriter and film score composer. He has contributed to a number of soundtracks for Jim Sheridan, Baz Luhrmann, Michael Rhymer, Kirsten Sheridan and Neil Jordan. (’In the Name of the Father’, ‘Mission Impossible’, ‘Romeo And Juliet’, ‘Batman Forever’, ‘Moulin Rouge’ and ‘Breakfast on Pluto’)
Who is this workshop for?
This workshop is for musicians, songwriters and aspiring soundtrack composers who have an interest in audio/midi recording.
Date: Saturday 9th March
Time: 10am to 4.30pm.
Morning Session: Perspectives on experimentation: finding a voice
Afternoon Session: Collaborative exploration of the chosen work
Venue: The Theatre Development Centre, Triskel
Cost: € 20
Capacity: 20 max.
Booking: To apply for this workshop, please submit one example of your work, whether audio only or audio / visual (please provide a link to a sound / visual file sharing site, ie Soundcloud, Youtube or Vimeo) to firstname.lastname@example.org BY 5.30 pm FRIDAY MARCH 1st.
5 of these pieces will be selected for workshopping in the afternoon session. Participants will be notified in advance of this selection.
The TDC is very grateful to Maurice Seezer for facilitating this workshop.