We love music and we love horror and many of you feel the same. When the two are used together to make us jump out of our skin, it’s magical. A panel has caught our attention at this years WonderCon entitled The Music That Makes You Scream and we have all the info for you about it below. Dig it!
This looks to be a very entertaining panel with some top notch talent.
From The Press Release:
WHO: Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI), the leading global music rights organization, along with White Bear PR will return to Wondercon to present an elaborate panel discussion on the art of composing for one of the most demanding genres – Horror! BMI Director, Film/TV Relations Anne Cecere and White Bear PR Founder Chandler Poling will moderate this spine tingling panel. The panel discussion will be followed by a Q&A session. There will also be giveaways distributed following the panel.
WHAT: “The Music That Makes You Scream” panel at the 2013 Wondercon will feature BMI Film and TV composers who will be discussing the process of scoring for screams.
• Tyler Bates “Day of the Dead” & “Halloween II”
• Anton Sanko “The Possession” & “Nurse 3-D”
• Frederik Wiedmann “Mirrors” & “Hostel III”
• Dino Meneghin “Teen Wolf”
WHEN: Saturday, March 30, 2013
10:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., Room 208
WHERE: Anaheim Convention Center 700 W. Convention Way Anaheim, CA 92802
WHY: The highest-rated series and specials on television feature the scores of BMI composers, crafting the theme and/or background music for nearly three-quarters of all prime-time network programs. BMI’s composers such as the legendary John Williams also contribute to billions of dollars in box office receipts with film scores in many of the year’s top films. Promoting the role of music in film, BMI partners with the Sundance Film Festival and other industry workshops to enhance the role of music in film and television.
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