BASCA presents: Meet the Music Supervisors
Date(s) - 06/02/2018
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
Unit 5 Tileyard Studios
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BASCA is working in partnership with the newly formed UK & European Guild of Music Supervisors (GMS) to present an evening lead by some of the biggest names in music supervision across the advertising, film and TV sectors.
The evening, moderated by BASCA Board Director and media composer Mark Ayres, will see an in-depth panel discussion examining the current landscape of the industry, full of tips and advice on what music supervisors are looking for and how best to secure sync deals.
We are delighted to welcome the following four esteemed speakers:
Nick Angel was director of A&R for Island Records from 1990-99 where he signed PJ Harvey, Elbow and Pulp. In 1999, he became head of music for Working Title, supervising everything from Billy Elliot and Atonement to Bridget Jones’s Diary and Love Actually.
Nick currently works independently and recently supervised Paddington 2 and Yardie.
Maggie Rodford is Managing Director of the independently owned Air-Edel Group, working closely with composers, negotiating contracts, producing, music supervising and co-ordinating music recordings. She has worked on many high profile films scores including Murder on the Orient Express, Kubo and the Two Strings and The King’s Speech.
Sarah is an independent music supervisor for film & TV. Her credits include Oscar and multi award winning The Theory of Everything, Ab Fab The Movie, Tolkien, Goodbye Christopher Robin and 8-Part TV drama Glue for which she was awarded both UK and International Music + Sound awards for best use of existing music in a TV show.
Abi is the founder and managing director of Leland Music and Leland Originals, working closely with the world’s most successful brands including Sony, Nike, Lloyds, Honda and film makers such as Kevin Macdonald on Touching The Void and The Last King of Scotland. She has supervised every John Lewis Christmas campaign since 2010.
Doors and registration will open at 6:30 pm, with the panel discussion (including a Q&A) running from 6:45 pm – 8:15 pm. All attendees are invited to meet and network with composers and industry professionals at a dedicated networking session taking place after the panel at the main bar at Tileyard Studios from 8:15 pm – 9:30 pm.
Please note this event is strictly for BASCA members and selected invited guests only. The event is FREE for BASCA Professional and Standard members and £10 (+ booking fee) for BASCA Digital members.