Video Game Music Workshop with Stephanie Economou
Composer Stephanie Economou will discuss her in-depth process of composing music for the hit video game Assassin’s Creed Valhalla: Dawn of Ragnarök as well as her work on the Netflix TV series Jupiter's Legacy. Stephanie made history as the first winner in the 2023 GRAMMY's new video games music category for her work on Assassin's Creed.
Moderated by Glenn Jordan.
LA 12pm | Peru & NY 3pm | London 8pm | Paris 9pm | Sydney 7am (+1 day)
Grammy-winner Stephanie Economou is a composer and violinist known for her scores for the Netflix TV series “Jupiter’s Legacy,” "The Chair," “Manhunt: Deadly Games,” and the LucasFilm/Disney+ documentary feature, "More Than Robots." She is also the composer of the Assassin’s Creed: Valhalla DLCs “The Siege of Paris” and “Dawn of Ragnarök,” the latter of which earned her a 2023 Grammy nomination in the new “Best Score for Video Games and Other Interactive Media” category.
Stephanie is a long-time collaborator of Golden Globe-nominated composer, Harry Gregson-Williams, and has composed additional music on scores such as “Mulan,” “The Meg,” “The Equalizer 2,” “Penguins,” “The Martian,” “The Zookeeper’s Wife,” and “Live By Night.”
Photo credit: Pamela Springsteen.
Glenn Jordan (moderator) brings a unique blend of musical talent and experience to every project he works on. He has the range to create suspenseful and frightening musical material for shows such as The X-Files and The Lone Gunmen then turn around and create the quirky, childlike music that takes us into the fantasy world that is Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.
Glenn is as comfortable and as skilled writing the contemporary EDM and guitar driven styles of today’s underscores as he is composing and orchestrating pieces for The Indianapolis and Denver Symphony Orchestras. Along the way he has been nominated a total of four times for Emmys, winning the award for Pee-Wee’s Playhouse.
He has composed the music for over a dozen feature length films and hundreds of episodes of network and cable television programs. He has worked with stars such as Jennifer Aniston, Kanye West, Steve Martin, The Beach Boys, Morgan Freeman, Little Richard and Shelly Duvall.
His song, We All Love the Red Sox, has become an integral part of the Boston Red Sox radio broadcasts in northern New England.
As a former member of the group Sha Na Na he toured the world, and performed for audiences as large as 135,000 people. He has also done countless sessions as a studio guitarist and vocalist.
Glenn is one of only 9 people in the world who is accredited to teach The Equal Interval System created by Lyle “Spud” Murphy. He has EIS musical composition students worldwide.
|Event Date||Saturday, March 4, 2023 12:00 pm|
|Cut off date||Saturday, March 4, 2023 2:00 pm|