Thursday, April 25, 2019 - 19:30
Moscow film school cinema hall, Moscow

A complete screening of ‘A Scandal in Belgravia’ episode, introduced by the composer Michael Price with an opportunity to discuss the process of creating the musical score for the iconic BBC series. During the event Michael will tell about his work on the soundtrack and, after the screening, answer questions from the audience.

Michael’s talk will be in English with simultaneous translation, screening of the episode will be in English with Russian translation. 

About Michael Price

Michael Price is one of the UK’s most sought after composers. His work for film and television has been widely recognised, winning an EMMY award in 2014, and Royal Television Society, Music&Sound, and Televisual Bulldog awards as well as a BAFTA nomination and 2 further EMMY nominations for the critically acclaimed BBC series Sherlock, which he scores with David Arnold. Other recent TV projects include crime drama Unforgotten and action adventure Jekyll & Hyde (with David Arnold) for ITV.

Prior to achieving acclaim as a composer himself, Michael enjoyed significant achievements as a music editor on a number of blockbuster films such as Peter Jackson’s The Lord of the Rings trilogy, Richard Curtis’ Love Actually, Bridget Jones: The Edge of Reason and Alfonso Cuaron’s Children of Men. As a music editor, Michael has been nominated for 4 MPSE Golden Reel Awards, winning in 2001 for The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring.

Michael’s first film experience was as musical assistant, co-producer and arranger to the late Michael Kamen, with whom he collaborated for 5 years. During this time Michael worked on a number of prestigious projects including X-Men, Band of Brothers, The Iron Giant, Metallica – S&M, and live concerts around the world. Michael has also arranged or written additional music on a number of major film projects, including Edgar Wright’s Hot Fuzz, Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Spy, Casino Royale and Quantum of Solace.

Michael Price’s visit to Moscow is organised in the framework of the Envision Sound Russia programme.