About Helen Peetzen
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Live Online Workshop: Sound Design15. November 2020 /0 Comments/in Press /by Helen Peetzen
07/12 – 08/12/2020
MediaSound postponed to 20211. July 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Press /by Helen Peetzen
MSH Conference: Feeling Good – how to stay healthy as a composer25. June 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
MSH Conference: Artificial Intelligence for Media Composers24. June 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
Than van Nispen tot Pannerden
MSH Conference: Evolving into a working Film Composer24. June 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
We Were There3. May 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Blog /by Helen Peetzen
Trio Reijseger – Fraanje – Sylla
Review by Stephan Eicke
Music Production Workshop12. April 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
Made Indrayana, Siti & The Band
SpecialEvent: Concert with Reijseger – Fraanje – Sylla Trio16. March 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
Live-Online-Workshop: Your Music in Film, TV & other Media10. March 2020 /0 Comments/in 2020, Archive /by Helen Peetzen
Martin Häne, Panos Kolias
MediaSoundHamburg is an international summer school for FilmMusic, GameMusic and SoundDesign that has taken place annually in Hamburg since 2011. For six days, national and international film composers, game musicians and sound designers meet international professionals and renowned experts. In various workshops, MasterClasses and the MSH Conference, the participants work on concrete projects and get new ideas for their artistic work. We support young talents from all over the world by awarding scholarships. Since 2011, we have awarded around 100 scholarships.
We pay special attention to the promotion of women. Thus, the topic WOMEN IN AUDIO will be one of our focal points again this year.
With other attractive special events such as the YoungTalentAward Media Music, the MSH Conference, the AfricanNight and workshop discussions with directors and film composers, MediaSoundHamburg is also opening up its programme to an interested public.
The festival centre is the ibis Hotel Hamburg St. Pauli Messe.