How to Talk About Music

How to Talk About Music

Vasco Hexel
Wednesday, 22 May, 2019
6:30 for 7:00pm

Location

Atos
Mid City Place
71 High Holborn
London
WC1V 6EA
United Kingdom
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with Vasco Hexel
While no one expects producers and directors to be music experts, composers and music supervisors all benefit from receiving a clear brief.  

Likewise, media creators should feel comfortable talking about the general narrative and expressive aims and requirements of their project. Music can be a highly effective and emotive storytelling tool, and media creators and their collaborators need a shared language with which to discuss it.

In this talk, media composer and educator, Vasco Hexel, presents ways in which to think and talk about music.  He offers recommendations on how to listen to music, enabling media creators to listen to select aspects of music so they can feel more confident when they discuss music with their creative team.  

This event will be of interest to producers of games, tv and film, as well as composers and musicians.

Vasco Hexel (BM, MMus, PhD) is a media composer and educator.  He works with the Royal College of Music and has composed original scores for award-winning animations, short films, documentaries, TV idents, commercials, production music and feature films.

Producer: Phil Barnes

 

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Location Details

Mid City Place
71 High Holborn
London
WC1V 6EA
United Kingdom

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