Jen Green: Working with an Orchestrator

November 21st, 2018

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Date(s) - 21/11/2018
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm

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Jen Green – Photo: Oliver Boito

As an orchestrator, Jen Green works regularly with the leading names in musical theatre and music production. (She is delighted to count several MMD members in this number!). Fresh from orchestrating the 2018/19 tour of Dr Dolittle, Jen will be running a session exploring everything you have ever wanted to know about orchestration and working with orchestrators, including:

– What does an orchestrator actually do?
– When do you need an orchestrator?
– The composer-orchestrator relationship
– Timescales and the orchestration process
– Who owns what at the end?

About Jen

Jen works regularly with the leading names in musical theatre and music production. She is delighted to count several MMD members in this number! She has orchestrated for the RPO, the BBCCO, Audio Network and artists including Alison Moyet, Elaine Paige, Rick Wakeman, Beverley Knight, Pixie Lott, Joss Stone, Mick Hucknall, The Shires, Ian Broudie, Squeeze, Graham Coxon, Paul Carrack, Tom Robinson, Noah Stewart, Billy Bragg, Bella Hardy, Kate Rusby, Gabrielle Aplin, Andreya Triana, I am Kloot, Hue & Cry, Bright Light Bright Light.
Credits as orchestrator include: Dr Dolittle (UK tour 2018-19), I Feel Love (BBC Radio 2/BBC 4), Chicken Little (Singapore Repertory Theatre), Baku 2017: Islamic Solidarity Games (ISSF), Wasted (West Yorkshire Playhouse), Battle of Britain at 75 (BBC Radio 2), Baku 2015: 1st European Games (European Olympic Committee), Tim Rice: A Life in Song (Senbla Productions), From Hackney to Hollywood: The Don Black Songbook (Senbla Productions), JFK: Minute by Minute (BBC Radio 2), The Dambusters 70 Years On (BBC Radio 2), 12 Hours to Please Me (BBC Radio 2/BBC 4), A Musical Night of Queen (Royal Liverpool Philharmonic), Titanic: Minute by Minute (BBC Radio 2).

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