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An Israeli composer devilishly teaches us to playfully fear the “Big Bad Wolves”

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Interview with Ilan Eshkeri

December 10, 2013

Suiting up for the heroic sound of “47 Ronin” and the emotionally constricted “Invisible Woman”

Audio: On the Score with Fans of Film Music Four, Part One & Two

November 19, 2013

Two special editions of On the Score brings you to the composer-filled panels of FANS OF FILM MUSIC 4

Audio: On the Score with Fans of Film Music Four, Part Two

November 18, 2013

A special podcast of On the Score attends the second panel of Fans of Family Music 4, as composer agent Richard Kraft moderates the event’s second panel with Sara Andon, John Altman, Christophe Beck, Randy Edelman, Christopher Lennertz, Joseph LoDuca and Robert Townson

Audio: On the Score with Fans of Film Music Four, Part One

November 5, 2013

A special podcast of On the Score attends Fans of Family Music 4, as film music journalist Daniel Schweiger moderates the event’s first panel with Nathan Bar, Jeff Beal, Cliff Eidelman, Reinhold Heil, Harry Manfredini, Cliff Martinez and Mark McKenzie

Interview with Joseph Bishara

September 10, 2013

One of horror scoring’s most disturbing acolytes flings himself again into The Further with “Insidious: Chapter 2”

Interview with Rob Simonsen

July 30, 2013

A Gen X composer knows his direction with alternative young adult scoring for “The Spectacular Now” and “The Way Way Back”

Interview with Javier Navarrete

June 5, 2013

Give a classical bite to the vampiric female empowerment in “Byzantium”

Interview with Brian Reitzell

May 2, 2013

Scoring inside the mind of serial killers for the television couch trip of “Hannibal”

Peter Calandra Scores ESPN’s ‘Pat XO’ – Showing at 2013 Tribeca Film Fest

April 15, 2013

Peter Calandra, New York City-based composer has recently scored ESPN’s ‘Pat XO’ in which a special screening will occur at the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival, Sunday 4/21 and Saturday 4/27