This website is supported through the Amazon Associate program as well as other affiliate ads. I earn a small commission from qualifying purchases made through links on the site.
Sensoria is the UK’s festival of film and music. Sensoria’s natural home is Sheffield – a city renowned for its creative and technical innovation and one rich in musical heritage. The festival has risktaking and innovation at its core – it is informal and informative; Sensoria loves to provide access, raise aspiration and work to encourage new talent on an ongoing basis.
27 September 2013
Electric Works, Sheffield
SensoriaPro tickets are on sale now..
Line up includes:
Gavin Friday – in conversation about his film and media compositions, including involvement with In the Name of the Father, Romeo + Juliet, Moulin Rouge plus Blood Rising and Anton Corbijn documentaries.
Chris Watson – an illustrated talk (using 4-channel surround sound) by one of the world’s leading recorders of wildlife and natural phenomena, Chris will talk about his field recordings for the major installation ‘Inside The Circle Of Fire’.
Nitin Sawhney – in conversation about his latest album ONE ZERO, which was recorded direct-to-vinyl.
An informal look at how record labels work – including developing talent and marketing artists.
Korda Marshall (Infectious Music)
Merida Sussex (Stolen Recordings) & Leeroy Powell (Itchy Pig Records).
Scoring Contest & Sync Panel
Sensoria are pleased to announce the return of the Scoring Contest – an exciting opportunity for SensoriaPro delegates to score music to a new film trailer with the chance to have their submission critiqued on the day by a panel of industry experts and music supervisors including;
Ian Neil (Director of Music for Film & TV / Sony Music)
Heather Kreamer (Create Advertising)
Michelle Stoddart (Synchronisation & Digital Media / Kobalt Music Group)
John Robb investigates.…..Music Blogs
With Luke Turner (The Quietus), Michael Hubbard (musicOMH) & Ruth Barnes (The Other Woman).
Music Publishing (hosted by MPA)
This session will focus in on the use of music in film and other media from the perspectives of writer, publisher and client.
Sarah Liversedge (BDi Music), Simon Anderson (Audio Network), Tara Austin (Ogilvy), Ed Poston (BMI) & Stuart Worthington (chair)
Free lunch provided!
Still plenty more to be announced too…
TICKETS AVAILABLE – BOOK NOW:
- Full Price £80 (inc VAT)
- Affiliate £72 (inc VAT) *
- Concessionary £48 (inc VAT)**
- Yorkshire-based company £48 (inc VAT)
- Yorkshire-based company Concessionary £36 (inc VAT)**
* Affiliate rates available for paid-up members of AIM, BASCA, BPI, MPA, AIF, PRS for Music, FAC, PPL, Screened Music Network, MMF, PCAM, MPG, & Musicians Union.
* Concessionary passes are available to full time students and those claiming state benefits. Proof of status must be provided at the registration desk on the day.
The discounted rate is non-refundable and non-transferable.
Discounted rate offered for group bookings of 8 people or more – please contact email@example.com
Amazon and the Amazon logo are trademarks of Amazon.com, Inc, or its affiliates.