Chad Fischer

Chad was formerly the drummer of School of Fish (Capitol Records), known for their early 90’s KROQ hit “Three Strange Days.” Chad then went on to form his own band, Lazlo Bane (Almo Sounds), which he fronted on guitar and vocals and also produced.  Their song “Superman” is the theme song to NBC’s hit comedy…

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George Fenton

George Fenton has written scores for over 100 films, many plays and Television series. For his film and television work he has received 5 Oscar nominations and won multiple Ivor Novello, BAFTA, Golden Globe, Emmy and BMI Awards, the Nina Rota award at Venice and a Classical Brit. He has enjoyed long collaborations with directors…

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Ilan Eshkeri

Ilan Eshkeri is an award-winning composer, artist, songwriter, producer, and creator whose work is performed in concert, theatre, film, television and video games. His eclectic body of work is linked by his love of narrative. He most recently created music for the BBC nature docuseries A Perfect Planet, his fourth collaboration with legendary naturalist Sir…

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Robert Duncan

Four-time Emmy award-nominated composer Robert Duncan is always on the hunt for sounds with personality. On any given day he is tinkering away in his studio searching through his trove of musical oddities, global instruments, deconstructed pianos and industrial salvage, metal brushes, a hot rod exhaust pipe, a fire extinguisher, and many other odds and…

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Tim DeLaughter (The Polyphonic Spree)

Tim DeLaughter of The Polyphonic Spree has achieved success internationally. The band is critically acclaimed, and has garnered fans across the globe. The band has performed at the MTV music Awards, The Nobel Peace Prize Ceremony, The Beatles induction into the Music Hall of fame (where they performed in the famous Beatles Sgt. Peppers costumes),…

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John Corigliano

The American John Corigliano continues to add to one of the richest, most unusual, and most widely celebrated bodies of work any composer has created over the last forty years. Corigliano’s numerous scores—including three symphonies and eight concerti among over one hundred chamber, vocal, choral, and orchestral works—have been performed and recorded by many of…

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