40 percent of feeling in movies and television is done through music. It is often used to amplify the chemistry between actors or the importance of a scene. And it can also conceal production flaws or poor performances.
What’s it like to be a composer in the Entertainment World? Today’s very special guest is accomplished Canadian composer Christopher Nickel.
I had the pleasure of working with him on a short film called Pluripotent in what feels like a lifetime ago. He has since then performed concerts all over the world and composed music for movies and shows on networks such as Discovery and Hallmark Channel.
As many soundtracks are becoming more of a song album, I believe through this conversation you will appreciate the artistry behind the work of greatly trained musicians.
Christopher shares with me the challenges of his love for classic music and the promotion of his work through solo albums and performing. He also gives us great insights on cultivating patience.
Let’s all discover a greater sense of connection with the beauty of the world through notes.
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