Having the whole summer's beautiful weather as an inspiration, the Grand Feature Film Orchestra begins its summer with an exciting score! It'll take more than 40 hours of study and rehearsal to prepare and synchronize the music to the action on the screen. In addition, the engineering team will be busy creating sound effects using engines from real World War II plane engines and more.
The orchestra is preparing the fantastic score created by the Carl Davis of London, England, initially composed for a special British broadcast of William Welman's classic Oscar-winning film. The GFFO will create live synchronization from this award-winning composer's music LIVE with the movie, authentic sound effects, and more surprises!
Calling all interested beginning and experienced artists and engineers!
Are you interested in getting involved with the creation of this project? Applications are available now for beginning through advanced musicians, students, and engineers. We have openings for many instruments, including brass, strings, woodwinds, sound effect engineers, and more.