Screen composing students will get the chance to speak to Australian screen composer Jay Stewart.
Screen composing students will get the chance to speak to Australian screen composer Jay Stewart.

Screen composer to share musical expertise

LEADING screen composer Jay Stewart is coming to Lismore to speak to musicians and students about how develop a successful career as a screen composer.

Thanks to Screenworks people can come and hear the multi award winning composer demonstrate how to make a living out of composing for the screen.

Mr Stewart has composed the music on countless television shows including My Kitchen Rules, The Block, House Rules, Reno Rumble, Channel 7 News as well as many documentaries.

“My insights and philosophy have assisted me in providing more music for television than anyone else in Australia over the last 10 years,” he said.

“And I am passionate about advising young composers who want to become full time professionals.”

Format of the event

Based on his expertise and successes Jay will present:

  • how to compose simply and effectively
  • how to create music that your clients will love
  • how to quote for a job in order to earn a solid income
  • how to work with the producer and director to gain their trust
  • how to work with the editor to get the best results

Information details

The Business of Screen Composing

Monday, 4 - 6 pm, April 4 at The Northern Rivers Conservatorium.

Screenworks is bringing leading screen composer Jay Stewart to Lismore

Booking details

Book your tickets through Screenworks HERE

t  (02) 6687 1599

f  (02) 6687 1899

e  info@screenworks.com.au



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