Jim Copperthwaite – Inside Music for Picture

Wednesday 16 October, 12-2pm, CM105

Film and TV composer Jim Copperthwaite will present a brief excursion through the world of composing music for picture in which we’ll look at the creative process, compositional technique and craft of writing for the screen.

For more information about Jim, have a look at his website

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