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Thursday, April 18 • 11:30am - 12:45pm
Oh, the Horror: Master Session with James S. Levine

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ASCAP composer James S. Levine has given musical life to plastic surgeons (Nip/Tuck) and singing high schoolers (Glee), police detectives (Rizzoli & Isles) and ruthless lawyers (Damages). He’s used to dealing with characters with dark secrets, but he’s never had a scoring assignment quite as terrifying as American Horror Story, the acclaimed FX horror-drama heading into its third season this fall. Levine will dive deep into his evolution and creative process, with an emphasis on how he uses music to inspire dread in the hearts of television audiences.

Moderator

Randy Grimmett

EVP, Membership - ASCAP
EVP, Membership - ASCAP

Panelists

James S. Levine

Composer – TV: American Horror Story, Glee, Royal Pains, The Closer
Composer – TV: American Horror Story, Glee, Royal Pains, The Closer Composer James S. Levine is best known for his scores to the hit television series’ Nip/ Tuck, The Closer, Damages, Glee, Royal Pains, Rizzoli and Isles and Major Crimes. Levine’s career began in Boston where he gained recognition as a pianist and advertising composer. A passion for scoring film and television brought Levine west where he began work with world- renowned composer and scoring pioneer Hans...
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Thursday April 18, 2013 11:30am - 12:45pm
Hollywood Ballroom 1 (2nd Floor (Mezzanine))

Attendees (44)

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