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HERO – Watch the full movie

HERO – Watch the full movie


Posted on Mar 2, 2018 in News

Finally, the wonderful short film HERO that I had the please of writing the score for last summer has been released online. Related posts: Hero – Short Film – Composer Featurette HERO – Short Film – Composer HERO – Complete Score Sheets – Limited Time Download One Minute Hero – New Action...

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Last year, I had the pleasure and privilege to arrange three tracks of Chris Huelsbeck’s album TURRICAN – ORCHESTRAL SELECTIONS which revisits his music from the game series TURRICAN in orchestral arrangements. It was great fun revisiting music from my childhood and giving them a new orchestral spin. The music was performed by the Norrköpings Symfoniorkester and Mischa Cheung. You can listen to the results on Spotify. The...

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Aurum – Proof of Concept Score

Aurum – Proof of Concept Score


Posted on Dec 13, 2017 in News

Over the last few years good friend and colleague Marco von Moos has been developing a concept for a scifi series. This year, he and his team have been producing a proof of concept episode as the whole shooting process for the series will involve a lot of new technologies. With the help of co-composer Stephan Hinz, I got the chance to write music for this episode and explore a musical world that I usually don’t enter that often....

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This year again, I was invited by the Filmmusiktage in Halle(Saale) to hold a seminar for composers about writing for real orchestra and what differences to sample productions to consider. Also, I was speaker at the master class SCORING FOR ANIMATION and also wrote some arrangements for the concert with Staatskapelle Halle that is the big finale of the Filmmusiktage every year. Related posts: Filmmusiktage Halle/Saale –...

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Due to popular demand, here’s the complete score sheet for my score for HERO available for study purposes: For a limited time, the score sheet is also available as PDF for Download: DOWNLOAD AS PDF Here are all the cues to listen to while you read along: Related posts: JOHN WEST – Into the Woods Commercial Score Music RECYCLING LILY – Original Film Score HERO – Short Film – Composer One Minute Hero...

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HERO – Short Film – Composer

HERO – Short Film – Composer


Posted on Sep 23, 2017 in News

Over the past few weeks, I had the privilege to work on a project that is probably one of the dreams for every film composer. I got contacted by Drew and Nate – two brothers – of Ice Cream Entertainment to score their short film called HERO. They asked me to write music in the style of 80s/90s adventure scores and gave me complete creative freedom on the music, which is a very rare opportunity these days. Their love for...

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During the summer, I have once again been working on arrangements for the yearly Radio Pilatus Music Night, an event where the Lucerne (Switzerland) based 21st Century Orchestra invites pop music artists to play a crossover concert. In the recent years I have been working on shows of Seven, Stefanie Heinzmann and DJ Bobo. This year, I had the pleasure to write arrangements for Kunz and Dada Ante Portas who did a joint concert this...

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Over the last few weeks, I have been working on the score for a wonderful short film called HERO, written and directed by Drew and Nate Garcia from Icecreamentertainment. A few days ago we went to Prague to record the score there and the directors came all the way from the States to be there as well and did a wonderful little featurette about the music which you can watch below. More information about this project as well as the score...

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On June 7th, I went to the beautifuly city of Hamburg to attend an event at the brand new Elbphilharmonie. For the kick-off event of boxer Vladimir Kltischko, I wrote a new orchestral arrangement of his official fight song CAN’T STOP by Red Hot Chili Peppers. The German Pops Orchestra did a fantastic job and was conducted by Daniel Behrens.  We already had a rehearsal with the orchestra a few days ago in Lübeck (see pictures...

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Lutheran Symphonix – Live in Concert

Lutheran Symphonix – Live in Concert


Posted on Jun 8, 2017 in News

On May 25th, I went once again to the beautiful city of Weimar to attend the live concert of LUTHERAN SYMPHONIX, a project that we recorded in the same hall with the same orchestra (Staatskapelle Weimar) a year ago for a CD release. I got some really nice feedback on the arrangements and the orchestra did a great job once again. #Generalprobe for the #concert tonight. #orchestra #choir #rehearsal #orchestrasizedoesmatter Ein Beitrag...

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A few months ago, I have been working on the orchestral arrangements for Matthias Schweighöfers’s debut album LACHEN WEINEN TANZEN, recording a big orchestra in world renowed Teldex Studios here in Berlin, which you can read about here. After the Album has been released on February 10th (available on Spotify, iTunes etc.) , a special record release concert was due on February 18th at Tempodrom, Berlin. Due to the filmic...

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RADIO HEIMAT – Orchestrator

RADIO HEIMAT – Orchestrator


Posted on Nov 1, 2016 in News

A few months ago, I did some string orchestration for the upcoming feature film RADIO HEIMAT, out in cinemas in Germany on November 10th. The score was written by composers Riad Abdel-Nabi and Anders Ehlin. Here’s the trailer (German): Related posts: PETTERSSON UND FINDUS 2 – Orchestrator Radio Interview and Ask.FM Arrangements for DJ BoBo and 21st Century Orchestra Happy New Year and...

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A while ago I had the pleasure of co-orchestrating the film score for PETTERSSON UND FINDUS – DAS SCHÖNSTE WEIHNACHTEN ÜBERHAUPT by composer Ali N. Askin. The christmas themed feature film will hit German cinemas on November 3rd. The score was performed wonderfully by Staatskapelle Weimar. Here’s the official trailer (in German): Related posts: LUTHERAN SYMPHONIX – Recording Sessions Radio Interview and Ask.FM...

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I spent the last few days in the beautiful city of Halle attending this year’s Filmmusiktage. I had the pleasure of hosting a two day seminar on how to write for real orchestra and arrange some of the pieces of the film music concert that concluded this festival. I had a few really nice days, met a lot of old and new friends and colleagues and got the chance to work with Bernd Ruf and the Staatskapelle Halle once again. Cool...

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A few months ago, I had the priviledge and pleasure to arrange a big part of the orchestral parts of Matthias Schweighöfers first album LACHEN WEINEN TANZEN. As the music is pretty filmic and “grand scale” there was quite a bit of room for the orchestra to add to the songs. The orchestra was recorded at the world famous Teldex-Studio in Berlin with a quite large line-up of 50 string players and 13 brass players including 6...

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