MSH MasterClass Orchestration:
August 11th/12th 2021
Each from 10:00 to 17:00 H
Location: TONALi, Kleiner Kielort 8, 20144 Hamburg
Instructor: Sarah Lutz
Working language: English
Tuition Fee: 800,00 € (incl. 19% Mwst./VAT)
MSH Flatrate: 1,600.00 € (incl. 16% Mwst./VAT)
(Any number of MasterClasses, workshops, MSH Conference and SpecialEvents)
Students, trainees and interns receive a 20% discount.
This MasterClass is aimed at sound designers, sound engineers, musicians, composers, directors and producers.
Content of the two day MasterClass:
- What is Orchestration? When and why do you need an Orchestrator?
- The Orchestrator’s Toolbox Part 1: Software
- The Orchestrator’s Toolbox Part 2: How to Prepare MIDI
- How to Choose Line-Up, Orchestra/Ensemble, Recording Stage and Engineer
- The Orchestrator’s Toolbox Part 3: Orchestration Techniques
- How to Prepare the Orchestral Recording
- Examples of Film and Video Game Orchestrations
Sarah Lutz is a Swiss orchestrator, composer and sound designer. She holds a BA degree in Musicology from the Leopold Franzens University in Innsbruck/Austria. After graduating with honors, she received the Richard and Emmy Bahr Scholarship, which allowed her to study intensively with LA-based orchestrator and composer Tim Davies. In 2016, she graduated from Chichester University with an MA in Orchestration for Film, Television and Video Games. In 2016, she was selected to be part of the first LAFCI’s conducting class with David Newman and Angel Velez. Sarah works primarily as an orchestrator for various composers in film, television, and video games. In 2016, she founded Dadora Music, an orchestration and music prep company for film, TV and video game productions. Numerous orchestrations followed, including for Tim Burton`s Miss Peregrine`s Home for Peculiar Children (2016), the Netflix miniseries Godless (2017), the Spider-Man videogame for PS4 (2018), and the hr-2 Kultur Christmas radio drama production Mansfield Park (2020). Since January 2018, she is project collaborator (prae doc) in the DACH research project Towards a Theory of Musical Writing: Iconic, performative, operative and material aspects of musical notation(s).