The Business of Screen Composing

Come along and hear multi award winning screen composer Jay Stewart advise and demonstrate how to make a living out of composing for the screen.

Jay Stewart has composed the music on countless television shows including My Kitchen RulesThe BlockHouse RulesReno Rumble, Channel 7 News as well as many documentaries.

My insights and philosophy have assisted me in providing more music for television than anyone else in Australia over the last 10 years… and I am passionate about advising young composers who want to become full time professionals” Jay Stewart.

Based on his expertise and successes Jay will present:

– how to compose simply and effectively

– how to create music that your clients will love

– how to quote for a job in order to earn a solid income

– how to work with the producer and director to gain their trust

– how to work with the editor to get the best results

..and more..

 

Monday 4 April, 4 – 6pm
Northern Rivers Conservatorium
152 Keen Street Lismore

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Tickets $30 / $15 Screenworks members & Students
(plus booking fee) available online click here


This event is designed to inform composers, musicians, screen producers and screen content creators on how to manage the business side of screen composing.

Learn how to respond to challenges of the job. “When I first decided to become a Screen Composer I spent two years sending out Showreels and Bio’s with no success. Today I have a well established career. It’s this journey that I feel is useful to young aspiring composers. To make the hopeless feel hopeful.”

 

This event is proudly supported by APRA AMCOS
& The Northern Rivers Conservatorium


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About the presenter

APRA 2013 SCREEN MUSIC AWARDSJAY STEWART
In the last decade Jay Stewart has written more music for Australian Television than any other composer. He has been awarded the statistical award, “Most Performed Screen Composer”, seven times and was a finalist the other three years.

Last year alone his music featured either as background or theme music on over ten different TV productions including: My Kitchen Rules – background music; The Block – Theme & backgrounds; House Rules – background music; Reno Rumble – Theme & Backgrounds; Channel 7 News – Tease  & underscore music; Farmer Wants a Wife – background music; Better Homes & Gardens – Theme music; The Force – Theme & background; It’s Academic – Theme & background. 

Other notable productions from previous years include: The Mole, Comedy Inc, RSPCA Animal Rescue, The Zoo, Celebrity Survivor Australia, Made in Italy with Silvia Coloca, Who Dares Wins and Find My Family.

 

Monday 4 April, 4 – 6pm
Northern Rivers Conservatorium
152 Keen Street Lismore

Tickets $30 / $15 Screenworks members & Students
(plus booking fee) available online

 


This event is proudly supported by APRA AMCOS
& Northern Rivers Conservatorium

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Published on February 12, 2016 2:30 am