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Interview with Gustavo Dudamel

A conductor famed for his passion now creates his own equally dramatic score with the nationalistic charge of “The Liberator”

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Interview with Brian Tyler

August 6, 2014

One of Hollywood’s hardest working composers blasts away with the August triple threat of “Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles,” “The Expendables 3” and “Into the Storm”

Interview with Joseph Trapanese

June 24, 2014

An “alt. sci-fi” composer phones found footage home with “Earth to Echo”

Interview with Joel McNeely

May 21, 2014

The composer resurrects his major studio career with “A Million Ways to Die in the West” as he goes gunning with Seth MacFarlane to bring back a classic Hollywood scoring sound

Interview with Dustin O’Halloran

April 1, 2014

A composer who sees in colors hears a silently anguished musical relationship of “Breathe In”

Interview with Edwin Wendler

February 10, 2014

A composer with a very particular set of skills helps John Ottman bring “Non-Stop” in for a safe score landing

Interview with Andrew Feltenstein and John Nau

January 21, 2014

A comedy scoring team is funny without dying when it comes to the songs spoofs and straight-faced scoring of “Anchorman 2” and the Funny or Die gang

Interview with Mark Orton

November 6, 2013

The wearer of a rurally eccentric Tin Hat travels on the oddball, and heartfelt road to “Nebraska”

Interview with Lorne Balfe

October 8, 2013

A prolific team player declares his own distinctively versatile voice between hunting the enigmatic author “Salinger,” stalking a serial killer across “The Frozen Ground” and taking a spiritual videogame leap “Beyond Two Souls”

Interview with Laurent Eyquem

September 4, 2013

A French composer hears his own personal struggles as he scores the story of South Africa’s most controversially iconic woman