Los Angeles, CA (August 29, 2016)—Golden Globe-, Grammy- and BAFTA-nominated composer Harry Gregson-Williams will open the upcoming two-day Production Music Conference as the keynote speaker on Monday, October 17.
The second annual Production Music Conference (PMC) will take place at the Le Méridien Delfina in Santa Monica on October 17 and 18. The newly expanded two-day conference will host business, creative and technology panels featuring the best and brightest in the Production Music world and will consist of industry panels, educational seminars with music professionals, and networking events. New features of the PMC include one-on-one meetings with a professional, hosted roundtable discussions with professionals, and nearby networking and meeting spaces.
In addition to playing clips from some of his films including The Martian and the Shrek franchise, Gregson-Williams will discuss the creative process, his beginnings, writing production music for KPM and how he developed his career to become one of Hollywood’s top film composers.
“The PMA is absolutely thrilled to have Harry Gregson-Williams as our featured keynote speaker at the upcoming Production Music Conference” comments Randy Thornton, chairman of the Production Music Association, which hosts the PMC. “Mr. Gregson-Williams has distinguished himself as one of the world’s leading film score composers and we look forward to hearing his unique insights about the production music business and his successful transition into film scoring.”
The goal of the conference is to bring the production music community together and provide actionable solutions for music, business and clients. The conference will educate on current trends and tools, supply valuable information, share the creation of industry-wide technology standards and provide a state of the industry to the composing, songwriting and publishing communities.
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