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SCORING THE FUTURE: WRITING MUSIC FOR SCI-FI Coming to WonderCon 2017

A must attend panel at WonderCon is brought to us by Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI) and White Bear PR. This panel never fails to entertain and enlighten the audience on various aspects of music in the movies, television shows and video games we enjoy. In previous years the panelists had composers sharing stories of how the composers got started in the industry, inspirations for the music they compose, tips on working with the producers and/or directors, one panel even included a composer that uses some very unique instruments including a bone flute.

This year year looks to be just as promising as prior years with the Scoring the Future: Writing Music for Sci-Fi featuring composers Greg Edmonson (Firefly), Andrew Lockington (The Space Between Us), Heather McIntosh (Z for Zachariah) and Tree Adams (The 100).

Be sure to add this to your WonderCon plans by attending the Scoring the Future: Writing Music for Sci-Fi panel on Saturday, April 1, 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. in room 213.

BMI AND WHITE BEAR PR TO PRESENT ‘SCORING THE FUTURE: WRITING MUSIC FOR SCI-FI’ PANEL DISCUSSION AT WONDERCON

WHO: Broadcast Music Inc.® (BMI®), a global leader in music rights management, and White Bear PR, will return to WonderCon, to present Scoring the Future: Writing Music for Sci-Fi. The compelling panel will feature composers Greg Edmonson (Firefly), Andrew Lockington (The Space Between Us), Heather McIntosh (Z for Zachariah) and Tree Adams (The 100).

WHAT: Scoring the Future: Writing Music for Sci-Fi panel at WonderCon will be co-moderated by BMI’s Senior Director of Film, TV & Visual Media, Anne Cecere, and Chandler Poling of White Bear PR. The panel will delve into how soundtracks are created for movies and TV shows set in the future and address the question: How do you create music for something that doesn’t exist yet? The panel will be followed by a Q&A, allowing the audience a chance to receive exciting giveaways. The panel is open to Wonder-Con badge holders.

WHEN: Saturday, April 1 / 12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. in room 213.

WHERE: Anaheim Convention Center, 800 W Katella Ave, Anaheim, CA 92802

WHY: BMI’s composers, such as the legendary John Williams and Mike Post, contribute to billions of dollars in box office receipts, with film scores in many of the year’s top films as well as highest rated TV series. In fact, BMI composers, craft the theme and/or background music for nearly three-quarters of all primetime network programs. In addition to WonderCon, BMI partners with other events to enhance the role of music in film, television and video games.

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