Scoring Pixar's "Luca" with composer Dan Romer | Free Live Zoom Event Sat 4 December

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Scoring Pixar's "Luca": A Conversation with Dan Romer

Award-winning composer, songwriter, and music producer Dan Romer discusses the in-depth process of scoring Pixar’s animated fantasy film “Luca”.

Discussion includes Dan’s collaboration with director Enrico Casarosa along with insights on scoring with ethnic instruments and an 82 piece orchestra to give the score the perfect Italian touch, transporting viewers to the 1950s-60s Italian Riviera where sea monsters masquerade as humans.

Listen here: Luca Soundtrack

Dan Romer is an award-winning composer, songwriter and music producer based in Los Angeles. Romer’s scores include four-time Oscar-nominated Beasts of the Southern Wild (Searchlight), Maniac (Netflix), Good Doctor (ABC), Beasts of No Nation (Netflix), Atypical (Netflix), Skin (A24) and Wendy (Searchlight). In 2018, Romer composed the music for Ubisoft’s flagship video game “Far Cry 5.” More recently, he is scoring the coming-of-age hit show Ramy (Hulu). In addition to his scoring work, Dan produced several worldwide hit singles for numerous acclaimed artists including A Great Big World’s and Christina Aguilera’s GRAMMY-winning “Say Something,” and Shawn Mendes’ “Treat You Better.” Website: https://danromer.com/

Moderated by Glenn Jordan: http://www.glennjordan.com/

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