Date
Tue, Jan 20, 2015 at 7pm
Featuring
Kenley Kristofferson, Composer
Location
Manitoba Music Resource Centre
Address
1-376 Donald Street, Winnipeg, Manitoba
 

Presented by New Media Manitoba and Manitoba Music

Writing and orchestrating music for games has evolved and branched into an accessible, entirely viable way for today's composers to make a living with music. Big-budget AAA games have co-opted the studio orchestras and recording spaces of Hollywood films, and smaller indie games provide independent composers a means with which to broadcast their music to a massive and enthusiastic audience. Any way you slice it, video games are the newest, broadest, and most exciting way to make a living writing music today.

This workshop is ideal for beginner to experienced musicians, and composers, or anyone interested in learning how video game music is created.

About Kenley Kristofferson 
Kristofferson is an emerging composer for concert band, concert choir, symphony orchestra and video games. Working in Winnipeg’s new media industry for ten years, he has scored music for video game franchises such as Betty Boop, Disney’s DuckTales, KRE-O and Warhammer 40,000.  

Event is FREE of charge but you must register in advance via New Media Manitoba.

For more information, please contact:

Roland Deschambault, Training Coordinator
Manitoba Music
P: 204.975.5188
E: roland@manitobamusic.com

MusicWorks is made possible by the generous support of the Province of Manitoba through Industry Services of Manitoba Jobs and the Economy; the Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings (FACTOR) through the financial support of the Government of Canada through the Department of Canadian Heritage (Canada Music Fund) and of Canada's Private Radio Broadcasters; The Jim Pattison Broadcast Group; and The SOCAN Foundation.

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