14/08/2020, 18:00 – 21:00
Composers working for film, television, games or libraries have to work long hours, sit in front of their screens all day long, and are subjected to constant feedback from their employers. It’s an unhealthy working environment for creative people, and often causes serious health problems – mentally and physically. In this workshop, we will look at the issues and develop exercises that can help prevent anxiety, depression and back aches.
Tuition Fee: 50 € (incl. 19 % VAT) or
MSH Conference: 150 € (incl. VAT for any numbers of MSH Conference events or
Flaterate: 1600 € (incl. 19% VAT)
for any of master classes, workshops, MSH Conference and special events
Student Discount:20 %
Working Language: englisch
Location: Hotel ibis Hamburg St. Pauli Messe, Simon-Utrecht-Straße 63, 20359 Hamburg
Stephan Eicke worked for the only European film music magazine, Cinema Musica, for eight years, four of which as the editor in chief. He has written the music for over 50 radio dramas and advertisements as well as short films. In 2013, he founded the CD label Caldera Records which is specialised on the release of film scores. He has written countless articles, essays, interviews and reviews for several publications. His book The Struggle Behind the Soundtrack analyzes the current state of the film music industry. Published by McFarland in 2019. He has also given lectures and hosted film music events in Europe and Africa.