Composition for Screen Showcase

Dates
18 April 2024, 7:30pm

Venue
Britten Theatre

Tickets
£10

The orchestra in the Britten Theatre below a screen on stage showing the moon and Earth

18 April 2024, 7:30pm

Venue
Britten Theatre

Tickets
£10

Leif Tse, Sam Sheer, Sophia Bass and Thérence Guillerme conductors

RCM Composers for Screen unveil their latest scores accompanying footage created by young film-makers.

Alumni from the College's Composition for Screen course are in demand throughout the Hollywood and UK film industries, and hold numerous accolades including BAFTA, Grammy, Golden Globe and Academy awards.

Don't miss this chance to hear the film composers of the future as their scores are performed live to new films by young producers, projected above the orchestra in the cinematic Britten Theatre. The event will be introduced by Dr Dimitri Scarlato in conversation with award-winning British film composer George Fenton. 

Featuring music by Sobhan Afsarianmoahssel, Sophia Bass, Pierre Catherine-Buffet, Jelly Chen, Leah Clarke, Isin Eray, Thérence Guillarme, Yaor Jacob, Toby Longhurst, Blazej Mokrzak, Joel Ofori, Josh Urben, Jérémy Velez, Matthew West, Yiti Wu, Ka Youn Yoo and Yi Zeng.

This Showcase is dedicated to Samy Qoraiche-Sahraoui, an RCM Composition for Screen student who sadly and unexpectedly passed away in March 2024.

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The Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, led by acclaimed conductor Jac van Steen, perform Messiaen’s epic masterpiece Turangalîla-symphonie at the Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall on Wednesday 1 May, 7.30pm.

Join us for this special event, featuring RCM pianist Thomas Kelly as soloist and Imsu Choi on the ondes Martenot.

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