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PostPosted: Sun Mar 24, 2019 2:47 pm   Post subject: Fimucite 13 (Island of Tenerife), September 20-29, 2019 Reply with quote


Here is info about the 13th edition Fimucite on the Island of Tenerife.

The first concerts are already announced:
https://soundtrackfest.com/en/news/fimucite-13-dates-and-first-concerts-announced/

(Sadly, I am not able to attend this year)

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WORLD PREMIERE OF ‘ROCKY IV’ SYMPHONY BY COMPOSER VINCE DICOLA IN FIMUCITÉ 13

- The celebrated Italian American composer and keyboardist joins guests who will be performing in the thirteenth edition of the Tenerife International Film Music Festival.
- The upcoming FIMUCITÉ festival runs from September 20th – 29th, 2019.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 21 March 2019 – The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) will be celebrating its thirteenth edition from 20th – 29th September, 2019 thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council and it is pleased to announce that it will be welcoming composer Vince DiCola as one of its guest stars. DiCola is the co-composer of eight songs for the film ‘Staying Alive’ starring John Travolta and directed by Sylvester Stallone. In 1983, he and co-composer Frank Stallone, the brother of the director, received a Grammy nomination for this work under the category Best Album of Original Score written for a Motion Picture or Television Special. DiCola was also nominated for a Golden Globe for the song “Far from over”.

The unforgettable music from ‘Rocky IV’ (1985) will be performed as part of the concert entitled ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’ (Campeones de la gran pantalla), led by the FIMUCITÉ Symphonic Youth Orchestra. The concert is scheduled for Sunday 29th September and will be held at the Auditorio de Tenerife in Santa Cruz. The composer will be offering audience members a world premiere of the spectacular symphonic suite created for the film’s score, which he performs live on the keyboard. In this recital, the FIMUCITÉ Symphonic Youth Orchestra, which consists of students from the Professional Conservatory of Music in Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands Higher Conservatory of Music, will also be supported by fellow musicians from the Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF) who form part of the exchange program that is run between the two festivals.
As an important guest composer, Vince DiCola will also be joining the line up of guest speakers to participate in the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy (FFSA). The FFSA offers audiovisual composers free educational activities aimed at students and professionals who are interested in receiving specialist training from respected professionals from the field.

The Italian American composer and keyboardist joins the list of famous names from the world of international film that have already been confirmed by the festival, including composers Harry Manfredini, (‘Friday 13th’), and Christopher Young (‘Hellraiser’), and the conductor Christian Schumann who will be leading the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir during the concert held in the Auditorio de Tenerife on Friday 27th of September. Under the theme ‘Our Favourite Fears’, the concert program provides audiences with an extensive sweep through film music from some of the most popular and prominent horror films of our times.

Vince DiCola’s other notable works include his score for the animated film ‘Transformers: The Movie’, and the song ‘Dare’, performed by the well-known Stan Bush. DiCola has also worked in the video game sector. His first work consisted in creating the arrangements for the famous Japanese band T-Square for the videogame ‘Gran Turismo 3’ (2011). In 2014, he co-composed the score for ‘Angry Birds Transformers’ with his colleague Kenny Meriedeth, and in 2015 they provided additional material for ‘Transformers Devastation’ and ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’, to name just a few of their collaborations.

FIMUCITÉ has been made possible thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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FIMUCITÉ OPENS CALL FOR NEW EDITION
OF OFFICIAL COMPETITION SECTION


- The application period for sending feature films, short films, or documentaries expires on July 31st, 2019.
- Selected films will be screened as part of the thirteenth Tenerife International Film Music Festival, which runs from 20th – 29th September.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 4th April, 2019 – The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ), which runs from 20th – 29th September, 2019 thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council is pleased to announce that it has opened its call for works to compete in the festival’s official competition section: FIMUCINEMA.

For the seventh consecutive year, FIMUCINEMA section is welcoming applications from across the world, selecting feature films, short films and documentary films based on their outstanding original scores. This event reflects FIMUCITÉ’s strong commitment to shining a light on original productions in film music and on their composers.

Last year, Sergio Jiménez Lacima was crowned with the festival’s main award, the Alex North Award, for the film ‘La Isla Rota’. The score by Luis Hernáiz for ‘Invierno en Europa’ won Best Original Composition for a Documentary, and Anthony Lledo earned a FIMUCINEMA award for the short film ‘Invaders’. The Canarian film ‘Apocalipsis Voodoo’ received recognition for its song ‘Come with Me’, composed by Kike Perdomo and Vasni Ramos.

In this year’s event, applications can be submitted for feature films, short films and documentaries produced after January 1st, 2017 that have not been previously released in commercial cinemas in Spain. The terms and conditions of the completion can be found on the official website of the festival (http://fimucite.com/13/en/fimucinema/presentation). Works can be submitted using the contact details available on the website, or via the Filmfreeway platform. The application deadline for submitting works is July 31st, 2019. Selected works will be screened as part of events during the thirteenth edition of FIMUCITÉ.

FIMUCITÉ has been made possible thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, the Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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ENNIO MORRICONE’S CONCERT TRIBUTE WILL OPEN FIMUCITÉ 13 PROGRAM

- The FIMUCITÉ recital ‘Cinema Morricone’ sees Pianist Simone Pedroni and prestigious flute soloist Sara Andon performing together on September 20th at Teatro Leal in Santa Cruz de Tenerife.
- This FIMUCITÉ concert will also be performed in Gran Canaria on Saturday 21st September.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 12th April, 2019 – To celebrate the 90th birthday of acclaimed composer and Academy Award winner Ennio Morricone, the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) will be dedicating the opening concert of its thirteenth edition to music written by the Italian composer. Morricone received the Academy Honorary Award in 2007, and won an Oscar for Best Original Score in 2016 for ‘The Hateful Eight’ directed by Quentin Tarantino. On Friday 20th September, Teatro Leal in Santa Cruz de Tenerife will be playing host to the concert ‘Cinema Morricone’, performed by two brilliant soloists: pianist Simone Pedroni and flute soloist Sara Andon. This recital will be repeated for audiences in Gran Ganaria on Saturday 21st September in Teatro Guiniguada in the capital of Gran Canaria.

The recital ‘Cinema Morricone’ will take audiences on a journey through some of the most famous and celebrated scores by this prodigious composer, including ‘Cinema Paradiso’, ‘The Mission’, ‘Once Upon a Time in America’ and ‘The Untouchables’, amongst other pieces, in a programme created by Robert Townson, a producer specialising in film music. In a musical selection that spans over six decades of the Morricone’s legendary career and more than 500 film scores, audiences will also enjoy compositions created for westerns such as ‘Once Upon a Time in the West’ and ‘Duck, You Sucker!’, a.k.a ‘A Fistful of Dynamite!’.

Sara Andon and Simone Pedroni premiered their recital programme dedicated to Ennio Morricone in November 2018 in Italy, which received excellent reviews. Known for her dazzling tone, the renown Sara Andon has performed in the greatest concert halls all over the world, and has even wowed FIMUCITÉ audiences in the Auditorio de Tenerife with her wonderful musical performances. Pedroni is a Van Cliburn Competition gold medalist, has worked with outstanding international orchestras and has collaborated with the renowned conductors Zubin Mehta, Sir Yehudi Menuhin and Vladimir Spivakov.

Sony Classical officially announced a double CD with the repertoire of 'Cinema Morricone', that will be released on May 25th.

Tickets for 'Cinema Morricone' concerts at FIMUCITÉ Festival will be soon on sale at cost of 15 euros and can be acquired at the box offices of both theaters (Guimerá and Guiniguada), as well as through Entrees.es.

‘Cinema Morricone’ is a magnificent way to kick off the 13thTenerife International Film Music Festival’s concert programme and parallel activities. The festival will run from September 20th – 29th thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council.

The recurring theme throughout this year’s 13th festival is horror film classics. As such, the Auditorio de Tenerife will be hosting two huge concerts in which the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir will perform music from some of the most well known films of this genre.

The first of these concerts, entitled ‘My Favourite Fears’ / ‘Mis terrores favoritos’ will be held on Friday 27th; guest conductor Christian Schumann will be taking the helm for performances of scores from films such as ‘Friday the 13th’ and ‘Hellraiser’, amongst others. Joining him will be the composers of these works, Harry Manfredini and Christopher Young.

The second of these concerts is the Glosing Gala, which will be held on Saturday 28th September. This concert is a live-to-picture performance of the film score composed by Wojciech Kilar for the classic film ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’, by Francis Ford Coppola. This concert is a unique opportunity to enjoy the breath-taking film starring Gary Oldman, Keanu Reeves and Winona Ryder as a live orchestra & choir perform the film score in perfect synchrony with onscreen images. Taking up the baton for this concert is the festival’s artistic director, conductor and composer, Diego Navarro. This original production has been produced in partnership with Krakow Film Music Festival, and in coordination with Sony Pictures, with the collaboration of Robert Townson.

FIMUCITÉ 13 has been made possible thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.



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Who is attending this year? I want to go again.
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Looks like none of us this year. (Sirius and I are on holiday in Canada)
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FIMUCITÉ RESONATES ACROSS EUROPE

- Five FIMUCITÉ concerts will be performed in Poland and the Netherlands this week.
- In co-production with FIMUCITÉ, the Krakow Film Music Festival will be hosting the world premiere of the live-to-picture concert for ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’, and an original concert entitled ‘Tarantino Unchained’.
- Diego Navarro and soloists from the Canary Islands will perform a concert paying homage to James Bond at two illustrious venues in the Netherlands.
- Young Canary musicians will also be participating in a concert dedicated to Disney’s animated films in Krakow.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 15th May 2019 – The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ), that will be held on 20th – 29th September this year thanks to the support of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, has reached an important milestone in its thirteen-year history.This week, the festival’s names shall resonate in two different European countries as a total of five concerts produced by FIMUCITÉ are performed in Poland and the Netherlands. This week, the festival’s names shall resonate in two different European countries as a total of five concerts produced by FIMUCITÉ are performed in Poland and the Netherlands.

The festival’s artistic director Diego Navarro, who is joined by the well-known Canarian soloists Esther Ovejero, Fran León and Cristina Ramos, will be taking the concert ‘A Tribute to James Bond’ to the Güeldres province in the Netherlands. The concert offers a wide selection of the most successful songs from the film saga dedicated to the mythical secret service agent, 007. It includes pieces from the films ‘Goldfinger’, ‘From Russia With Love’, ‘You Only Live Twice’, ‘Tomorrow Never Dies’ and ‘Skyfall’, to name a few. The program, which was first enjoyed by audiences in Tenerife if 2013, will be performed on Friday 17th May at the venue Concertgebouw de Vereeniging in Nimega, and on Saturday 18th May at Musis Arnhem in Arnhem.

FIMUCITÉ will once again be appearing in the program of events of the Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF) on May 15th, confirming the festival’s continued fruitful collaboration with its polish counterpart. This will take the form of an ambitious performance of the celebrated film score from the Francis Ford Coppola film 'Bram Stoker’s Dracula' (1992), composed by Wojciech Kilar. In this spectacular world premiere of a live-to-picture concert of ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’ music will be performed by the Beethoven Academy Orchestra and the Polish Radio Choir under the baton of Don Davis. This concert will also be performed in Tenerife on Saturday 28th September as part of the Closing Gala of FIMUCITÉ 13. The Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir, under the baton of Diego Navarro, will perform this magical show, which will be held in the Auditorio de Tenerife “Adán Martín”.

On May 17th the Krakow FMF will be offering a new concert by the FMF Youth Orchestra, which will once again include the participation of young musicians from the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands Higher Conservatory of Music. A total of seven students will join the fold of the Polish Youth Orchestra to perform a repertoire from Disney classics at the grandiose Tauron Arena. The collaborative agreement that exists between the two festivals also sees young musicians from Poland joining one of the concerts held in Tenerife over the course of the week’s events.

Additionally, on Saturday May 18th, the FIMUCITÉ Pop Culture Band will be wowing audiences in the show ‘Tarantino Unchained’ that will be held in the ICE Krakow venue. The show, which was originally performed in Tenerife in 2017, centres on the work of one of the most influential filmmakers of our time, Quentin Tarantino. The repertoire covers songs taken from the soundtracks for ‘Reservoir Dogs’, ‘Pulp Fiction’, ‘Kill Bill Vol.1 and Vol.2’, ‘Reservoir Dogs’, ‘Jackie Brown’ and ‘Django Unchained’, and includes popular songs such as “Bang Bang - My Baby Shot Me Down”, “Street Life”, “Little Green Bag”, “Let’s Stay Together”, and many more from the soul, funk, R&B, rock & roll and rockabilly genres.

FIMUCITÉ 13, which runs at the end of September, has been made possible thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others. Tickets are now on sale for the festival’s opening concert ‘Cinema Morricone’, which will be held on Friday September 20th at the Teatro Leal de La Laguna in Tenerife and on Saturday September 21st at Teatro Guiniguada de Las Palmas in Gran Canaria. The festival’s symphonic concerts will be held on the 27th, 28th and 29th of September in the Auditorio de Tenerife “Adán Martín” in Santa Cruz.
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COMPOSERS RANDY EDELMAN & ANTÓN GARCÍA ABRIL JOIN FIMUCITÉ 13 LINE UP

- American musician and songwriter Randy Edelman, Golden Globe nominee for his score for the motion picture score ‘The Last of the Mohicans’, will be at the helm of the FIMUCITÉ Youth Orchestra during the performance of several of his pieces in the concert ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’.
- Works for horror films and television by famous Spanish composer Antón García Abril will be featured in different symphonic concert programs of the festival. .
- Both artists will also participate as guest speakers in the next edition of the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife.– American film music composer Randy Edelman (‘The Last of the Mohicans’, and TV series ‘MacGyver’) and the well-known Spanish film score composer Antón García Abril (‘Los santos inocentes’, ‘La colmena’) are joining the guest line-up for the thirteenth edition of the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ), which will run from 20th – 29th September thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo Insular de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council. Edelman will take up his baton in the concert ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’ that closes this year’s concert programming on Sunday 29th September. Edelman will be conducting pieces from ‘Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story’ (1993) and ‘Angels in the Outfield’ (1994). Music composed by Antón García Abril for the sports news broadcasts on Radiotelevisión Española in the 1980s will also be performed in that concert. García Abril will participate in the concert ‘My Favourite Fears’ / ‘Mis terrores favoritos’ on Friday 27th September. This concert will premiere the score for ‘Tombs of the Blind Dead’ (1972) by Amando de Ossorio. Concert tickets are now available from the Box Office of the Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín and online.

Both Randy Edelman and García Abril will also be participating in the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy, the academic forum of FIMUCITÉ for audiovisual composers. All activities organised by the academy are free and fall under the educational branch of the festival’s programming. Events are aimed at students and professionals in the sector who want to receive training at the hands of some of the big names in the industry.

The concert ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’, which includes the participation of the composer Vince DiCola whose unforgettable music for ‘Rocky IV’ (1985) is included in the program, will be performed by the FIMUCITÉ Youth Orchestra. This orchestra includes young musicians from the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands Higher Conservatory of Music. As per tradition, this year’s festival also includes a student exchange program between the FIMUCITÉ Symphonic Youth Orchestra and the Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF). As such, young performers from Poland will be joining the FIMUCITÉ Symphonic Youth Orchestra as part of this performance.

The concert ‘My Favourite Fears’ will be covering a wide range of film music from iconic horror films. Participating in the event are composers Harry Manfredini, (‘Friday 13th’), and Christopher Young (‘Hellraiser’), and also conductor Christian Schumann, who will be leading the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and Tenerife Film Choir in this concert.

About Randy Edelman

Randy Edelman (1947) was raised in Teaneck, New Jersey, where he studied piano and began performing recitals from an early age. After attending the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music he moved to New York where he performed in several Broadway pit orchestras. He produced several solo albums, and many of his songs have been covered by the likes of The Carpenters, Olivia Newton-John and Barry Manilow, amongst others. Following his time in the big apple, Edelman moved to Los Angeles where he began to work in television and film scoring.

In the mid-80s, Edelman wrote the theme to, and scored many episodes of ‘MacGyver’, a popular television series at the time. He also repeatedly collaborated Ivan Reitman, producing scores for many of his films, including: ‘Twins (1988), ‘Ghostbusters II’ (1989), ‘Kindergarten Cop’ (1990) and ‘Beethoven’ (1992).

Together with Trevor Jones, he was nominated for a Golden Globe for the film score for ‘The Last of the Mohicans’ (1992) and in 1993 he won the prestigious Richard Kirk Award at the BMI Film and Television Awards, for his contribution to film and television music.

About Antón García Abril

He taught several generations of composers whilst working as a professor of composition at the Real Conservatorio Superior de Música in Madrid from 1974 to 2003.

His vast repertoire includes: opera, ballets, cantatas, orchestral works, chamber music, concerts, songs, pieces for piano, guitar, etc. He has also written, to great success, music for the theatre, cinema and television. In 2014, he received the ‘Gold Medal from the Academia de las Artes y Ciencias Cinematográficas’.

This veteran composter is famous for his scores for the small screen, including ‘El hombre y la tierra’, ‘Anillos de oro’, ‘Fortunata y Jacinta’ and Brigada Central’, and for the music from important Spanish films such as ‘Los santos inocentes’ and ‘La colmena’. In 2014, García Abril was bestowed an honorary award by FIMUCITÉ in recognition of being one of the most emblematic names in music within the Spanish audiovisual sector. Since then, the FIMUCITÉ award, which bears the name of the composer, has been bestowed on prominent figures such as Howard Shore, Elliot Goldenthal, Trevor Jones, Marco Beltrami, Elmer Bernstein, Henry Mancini, James Newton Howard, Laura Karpman, Concha Velasco, Bruce Broughton, Shirley Walker, Lalo Schiffrin and Bernard Herrmann, amongst others.

The festival, which is directed by renowned Spanish composer and conductor Diego Navarro, will be celebrating its 13th edition with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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VINCE DICOLA & THE POP CULTURE BAND AND RANDY EDELMAN PIANO SOLO CONCERT AT GUIMERÁ THEATER FOR FIMUCITÉ 13

- ‘Let’s Dance’, the new long-awaited show by The Pop Culture Band, debuts on Saturday 21st September.
- Composer Randy Edelman offers a concert covering the breadth of his eclectic musical career on Thursday 26th September.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 26th July 2019 – The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ), which will be celebrating its thirteenth edition from 20th – 29th September, 2019 thanks to the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, adds to its concert program two energetic concerts by The Pop Culture Band. As part of an exclusive project created by FIMUCITÉ, The Pop Culture Band will be delivering two performances at the Teatro Guimerá of a new long-awaited show dedicated to songs from some of the most iconic scenes in film history. In addition, one of the most well-known composers in Hollywood, Randy Edelman, will also be taking the stage in the Teatro Guimerá for an intimate and poignant piano recital.

The Pop Culture Band debuts its show ‘Let’s dance’ on Saturday 21st of September at 19:00. The concert repertoire covers iconic songs including “The time of my life” (Dirty Dancing), “Footloose” (Footloose), “Great balls of fire” (Great Balls of Fire!), “Walking on sunshine” (‘High Fidelity’) and “My Sharona' (‘Reality Bites’), amongst others. Also participating in the concert will be Vince DiCola, one of this year’s festival’s illustrious guests. The composer is responsible for creating one of cinema’s most electrifying songs, “Far From Over”, for the film ‘Staying alive’ starring John Travolta. His efforts on this track earned him a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song in 1984.

The Pop Culture Band has been the FIMUCITÉ artist-in-residence since 2014. Performing in the concert will be Gonzalo de Araoz (Musical Director) on guitar, Francis Díaz on electrical guitar, Julio Moreno on bass, David González on keyboards, Javier Guarrero on drums, Nuria Herrero on percussion, Elio Bignote on trumpet, Jairo Cabrera on trombone and Luis Cuen on saxophone, and on vocals we have solo artists Héctor Quintero, Patricio González, Patricia González and Zuleyma Medina. The first concert performance commences at 19:00 p.m. and the second performance commences at 22:00.

On 26th September the Teatro Guimerá will play host to the recital ‘Randy Edelman: A close relationship’. Edelman, who composed film scores for works that include ‘Dragonheart’ and ‘The Last of the Mohicans’, and television series such as ‘MacGyver’, will be on piano taking a look back at his fascinating eclectic music career accompanied by a string septet.

Edelman will perform songs from his solo albums, recreate versions of his songs that have been recorded by esteemed artists such as Barry Manilow, Olivia Newton-John or The Carpenters, and he will be presenting several piano arrangements of his different scores that were created for film and television; as a result audiences will be delighted by a wide range of musical styles, from comedy to drama. This is an intimate performance in which Eldeman also shares his own personal stories and anecdotes about life as a composer and his professional career with the audience.

The following two events round off the horror themed concert programming for FIMUCITÉ 13: ‘My Favourite Fears’ and the live-to-picture concert for ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’. On Friday 27th September, the Auditorio de Tenerife hosts the concert ‘My Favourite Fears’, which takes audiences on a walk through musical compositions from some of the most iconic horror films in cinema’s history. The concert itself will be conducted by Christian Schumann. On Saturday 28th September, the festival’s official Closing Gala includes the live-to-picture concert for the classic Francis Ford Coppola film ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula’. The concert will be conducted by the festival’s director, and conductor, Diego Navarro. The music for both concerts will be performed by the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir.

The festival’s inaugural concert on Friday 20th September pays homage to the illustrious composer Ennio Morricone. Two brilliant soloists, pianist Simone Pedroni and flutist Sara Andon, will be taking the charge at the recital entitled ‘Morricone Cinema’ which will be held in the Teatro Leal. The recital will be performed once again on Saturday 21st in the Teatro Guiniguada in Gran Canaria.

On Sunday 29th September the FIMUCITÉ Youth Orchestra rounds off concert programming in the Auditorio de Tenerife with their new concert, ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’. This orchestra includes young musicians from the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife and the Canary Islands Higher Conservatory of Music. Under the direction of José Antonio Cubas, these talented students will be journeying through some of the most important soundtracks from sports films.

The festival, which is directed by renowned Spanish composer and conductor Diego Navarro, will be celebrating its 13th edition with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA’S ‘DRACULA’ IS BROUGHT TO LIFE BY FIMUCITÉ IN A LIVE-TO-PICTURE CONCERT

- Auditorio de Tenerife Adan Martín is hosting this live-to-picture concert devoted to the iconic film on Saturday 28th September as part of the Closing Gala of the Tenerife International Film Music Festival. Music will be performed by the Sinfónica de Tenerife and the Tenerife Film Choir.
- The world-famous singer Cristina Ramos, known for her success in China’s ‘World’s Got Talent’ competition, is performing the popular Annie Lennox song “Love Song for a Vampire” from the film’s closing credits.
- The world tour of ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Concert’ begins after FIMUCITÉ.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, July 2019 – On Saturday 28th September the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) will thrill the audience with ‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula in Concert’ as part of the Closing Gala of the 13th edition of the festival. Once again, the festival is supported by the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Government of the Canary Islands and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council. Following its world premiere in the Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF) last May, this live-to-picture concert is now set to appear on stages across the globe as it commences its world tour.

Under the baton of the festival’s artistic director, Diego Navarro, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife (OST) and the Tenerife Film Choir will perform the acclaimed film score created by Polish composer Wojciech Kilar for the 1992 film by Francis Ford Coppola in sync with the iconic film as it is projected on screen. The internationally renown Canarian singer Cristina Ramos, following worlwide success after the television program ‘World’s Got Talent’ and other talent shows, will add the finishing touches to this concert with her performance of the popular Annie Lennox song ‘Love Song for a Vampire’ during the film’s closing credits.

The late Wokciech Kilar will be honored during the opening of the gala with a posthumous FIMUCITÉ Antón García Abril Award. Kilar who passed away in December 2013 at the age of 81 years old. His name is attached to successful feature films such as ‘The Pianist’ (2002) and ‘The Ninth Gate', by Roman Polanski.

Tickets for the Official Closing Gala of FIMUCITÉ 13 on Saturday 28th September at 19:00 p.m. are on sale at the Auditorio de Tenerife box office and also online.

‘Bram Stoker’s Dracula In Concert’ is an original production created in coordiantion with Sony Pictures and coproduced with Krakow Film Music Festival (FMF). It is the first time that these two film music festivals join forces to create a show of such magnitude. Recently, the festival producers behind FIMUCITÉ and FMF, in partnership with Robert Townson Productions, have signed a deal with the German agency Europäische Filmphilharmonie GmbH for the worldwide distribution of the concert. This is a considerable commitment by FIMUCITÉ following the success sown by last year’s live-to-picture concert dedicated to the film ‘Close Encounters of the Third Kind’ by Steven Spielberg, and music by John Williams.

FIMUCITÉ 13, which is directed by renowned Spanish composer and conductor Diego Navarro, runs from September 20th– 29th with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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FIMUCITÉ TO HOST II SPANISH AUDIOVISUAL MUSIC AWARDS

- On Friday September 27th award winners will take the stage prior to ‘My Favourite Fears’ concert to collect awards in their respective categories.
- Nominees for Best Orchestral Score are Vanessa Garde for ‘La gran aventura de los Lunnis y el libro mágico’, Diego Navarro for ‘El fotógrafo de Mauthausen’, and Juan Bardem for ‘El Reina’.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 23rd August 2019 – Following the creation of the Spanish Audiovisual Music Awards in 2018, the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) has the pleasure of hosting the Musimagen: Asociación de Compositores de Música para Audiovisual awards ceremony for the second year running (Musimagen: Association of Audiovisual Composers). The II Spanish Audiovisual Music Awards will be held on Friday 27th September in the Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín. As part of the 13th edition of the FIMUCITÉ festival award winners will be announced prior to the start of the concert ‘My Favourite Fears’ / ‘Mis terrores favoritos’. The 13th edition of the festival has been made possible this year thanks to the support & sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, and Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council.

Musimagen has announced the nominees of the II Spanish Audiovisual Music Awards for each of its three audiovisual music categories: series; electroacoustic music; and orchestral scores. In the category Series, nominees this year are Iván Martínez Lacámara & Manel Santisteban for ‘Vis a Vis: Temporada 3’, Zacarías Martínez de la Riva for ‘Secretos de Estado’, and Osvaldo Montes for ‘La víctima número 8’. In the category Electroacoustic audiovisual music the nominated composers are Arnau Bataller for ‘El desentierro’, Alberto Torres for ‘Cómprame un revólver’, and Pablo Cervantes for ‘Jaulas’. In the category Orchestral scores nominees are Vanessa Garde for ‘La gran aventura de los Lunnis y el libro mágico’, Diego Navarro for ‘El fotógrafo de Mauthausen’, and Juan Bardem for ‘El Reina’.

More than 200 members of Musimagen had the opportunity to vote for their favourite works from 2018. According to the rules and regulations governing the voting system of the II Spanish Audiovisual Music Awards, which was created to recognise the efforts of audiovisual composers in Spain, composers cannot vote for their own works to ensure the voting system is fair and winners accepted with complete equanimity. This awards ceremony in which professionals of the audiovisual music sector vote for award winners is the first of its kind in Spain.

Winning scores will be announced during the awards ceremony. During the evening’s events, the Orquesta Sinfónica de Tenerife under the baton of the festival’s director, the composer Diego Navarro, will perform a suite that unites the three film scores nominated for Best Orchestral Score. The winning score in this section will then be published by Musimagen.

FIMUCITÉ 13 will run from 20th – 29th September with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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FIMUCITÉ FILM SCORING ACADEMY REGISTRATION PROCESS NOW OPEN FOR COMPOSERS

- From September 25th – 27th a series of master classes taught by world-renowned professionals will be held in the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife.

Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 6th September 2019 - The Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ) has revealed the programme for one of its most eagerly awaited parallel activities, the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy. The FFSA offers an important array of master classes at the hands of internationally-renowned professionals from the sector of audiovisual composition. The master classes will be held in the Aula Magna of the Professional Conservatory of Music of Santa Cruz de Tenerife in parallel with the FIMUCITÉ festival that runs from 20th – 29th September with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, and the City Council of Santa Cruz.

These free educational activities are aimed at students and professionals who are interested in receiving specialist training. The registration process for each of the different classes can be found on the festival’s official website: www.fimucite.com. Participants will receive an official attendance certificate.

The official opening of the new FFSA will take place at 12:00 on Wednesday 25th September. Opening the FFSA is FIMUCITÉ Director, Diego Navarro, and Italian-American composer and keyboardist Vince DiCola, who is known for his work on the films scores of ‘Staying Alive’, ‘Rocky IV’ and ‘Transformers: The Movie’. DiCola will then deliver the first workshop of the series which is entitled “Music: its energy, challenges and rewards”. Speaking from his own professional experience, DiCola will provide a breakdown of the challenges that are encountered during the creative process, and the results that emerge from dedication and hard work.

A second masterclass will also be delivered on Wednesday 25th September at 15:00. The composer Randy Edelman, who is known for the mythical film scores for ‘Dragonheart’ and ‘The Last of the Mohicans’, will be taking an objective look at the day-to-day activities of composers in his talk entitled “A composer’s discipline: work and practice”.

On Thursday 26th September at 12:00 one of the most acclaimed composers from the horror film genre, Harry Manfredini (‘Friday 13th’ and ‘House’), will be offering a master class entitled “Understanding the creative process: traversing the never-ending voyage”. The composer will discuss the importance of interacting with producers and directors, both to defend one’s ideas from a creative standpoint and to build networking opportunities that lead to work in what is an extremely competitive industry. At 15:00 Christopher Young (‘Hellraiser’, ‘Drag Me to Hell’) returns to the FIMUCITÉ Film Scoring Academy with a new and inspirational master class: “Staying faithful to your own style”.

On Friday 27th September the programme kicks off at 12:00 with a talk by composer Matthijs Kieboom and communications expert Magda Miska-Jackowska entitled “The life of a musical score: the before and after following a movie’s release”. These experts will offer insights to help composers understand how to meet the demands of different audiences and consumers within the framework of an industry that reinvents itself and transforms at breakneck speed.

Finally, at 15:00 on Friday Darío Palomo, President of Musimagen (Asociación de Compositores de Música para Audiovisual) will be presenting “Walking the tightrope: the red lines encountered in the profession of an audiovisual composer”. This in-depth talk looks at how audiovisual composers must behave to earn a good name in the industry and build lasting structures that ensure professional longevity and a stable income throughout their careers.

The festival, which is directed by renowned Spanish composer and conductor Diego Navarro, will be celebrating its 13th edition from September 20th – 29th with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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FIMUCINEMA ANNOUNCES NOMINEE FOR OFFICIAL COMPETITION

- Six documentaries, six fiction feature films, and twenty-five short films have been shortlisted for the official competition of FIMUCINEMA organized by the Tenerife International Film Music Festival (FIMUCITÉ).
- Screenings will be held in Espacio La Granja Auditorium.


Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 13th September 2019.- Under the coordination of Manuel Díaz Noda, FIMUCINEMA is announcing the nominee shortlist for its official competition. A total of 25 short films, 6 documentaries, and 6 fiction feature films have been shortlisted for the seventh edition of the competition. The majority of nominees are from Spain and the U.S.A, but also include France, Italy, Germany and Canada. Presenting the awards this year will be musicians Osvaldo Montes (official competition president) and Harry Manfredini, Canarian film makers Vasni Ramos and Mercedes Afonso, and founder of the specialist film music website SoundTrackFest, Gorka Oteiza. Award-winners will be announced on Sunday 29th September in the Auditorio de Tenerife Adán Martín, during the concert ‘Champions of the Silver Screen’.

Thanks to the Canary Islands Government and the La Salud-La Salle District of the City Council of Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Fimucinema will be screening all shortlisted films in El Espacio La Granja, which is located on the ground floor of the Casa de la Cultura in La Granja park. Full details of screening times are availble on the FIMUCITÉ website: www.fimucite.com. All screenings will be held the same week as the FIMUCITÉ 13 festival, which runs from 20th – 29th September.

The six feature films nominated for the Alex North Award: Best Original Score are: ‘Jim Button and Luke The Engine Driver’, a German superproduction based on a popular novel by Michael Ende with music by Ralf Wengenmayr (whose previous works include ‘Love, Rosie’ and the two films adaptations of the animated series ‘Vicky the Viking’); ‘In Full Bloom’, a Japanese production on the world of boxing set in during the Second World War with music by Andrew Kawczynski (‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2’); ‘La Palma’, a German production filmed entirely in the Canary Islands with music by David Reichelt; ‘The Bird Catcher’, a Norwegian film also set during the Second World War with a score by Jim Copperthwaite (whose many achievements include the documentaries ‘When Playboys Ruled the World’ or ‘Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans’; ‘Lo que Siento por ti’, a film from the Dominican Republic on families with children living with disabilities with music by Sergio Jiménez Lacima (previously nominated on four occasions, and winner of the Alex North Award last year for ‘La Isla Rota’); and finally, ‘Celeste’, an Australian film starring actress Radha Mitchell (‘Man on Fire’, ‘Silent Hill’) with music by composer Antony Partos (‘Animal Kingdom’, ‘Tanna’).

Topics explored in the documentary category range from nature to art. In ‘American Mirror. Intimations of Immortality’, which explores the work of Tigran Tsitoghdzyan whilst also reflecting on patterns of beauty in an era of social media, a decisive role is played by the score of Mark Petrie (whose compositions have been heard in numerous trailers, including ‘Blade Runner 2049’ or ‘Avengers: Endgame’). ‘Pinazo. Notas y Pensamiento’ analyses the work of the great Valencian painter and is supported by the score of Josué Vergara (who has previously received 4 nominations in Fimucinema and won an award for Best Original Song in 2017 for ‘Sonríe’).

‘Finding Bobbi. A Search for Self’ brings our focus onto acting through an LGTBIQ+ production, via the figure of trans actress Bobbi-Jean Charlton. Music is by John McMillan, who worked as assistant to Brian Tyler on titles such as ‘Expendables 2: Back for War’ or ‘Iron Man 3’. ‘The Superpowers of the Bear’ studies how these mammals may prove vital to the future of humankind. Music is by Olivier Militon, who in 2016 was selected by Fimucinema for his music for the shortfilm ‘The Father’. In the documentary ‘700 Sharks’, we float in the waters off Polynesia in search of the greatest gathering of sharks on the planet as we are immersed in music by Julien Jouen, a musician with a great affinity for nature. The documentary category is rounded off with ‘The Perfect Gangster’ that revolves around the on-goings of the New York mafia, with music by Ryan Stevenson.

A total of 25 shortfilms will be competing for the FIMUCINEMA award for Best Original Score. Composers Manel Gil-Inglada (selected for ‘Trivial’ and ‘The Dark’), Luis Hernáiz (Fimucinema award winner last year in the documentary category for ‘Invierno en Europa’ and selected this year for ‘Miedos’), Ginés Carrión (‘La Tercera Parte’), Iván Capillas (‘Confía en mí’), Antonio Asiáin (‘Miserere’), the aforementioned Josué Vergara (with a double appearance in this category for ‘Lobisome’ and ‘Tiempo de Blues’) and Jonay Armas (‘El Zoo de Papel’) are just a few of the nominees who already have previous experience in these awards. French composer Mathieu Alvado (nominated for ‘Rebirth’ and ‘Safety’) and the German composer Anne-Kathrin Dern (‘Broken’) are repeat nominees from abroad. Those joining the FIMUCINEMA family of nominees for the first time this year are Alberto Torres (‘Bicho’, ‘Vico Bergman’), Joseba Beristain (‘La Noche’), Raúl Galván (‘Las Aventuras de Sancho’), Kasem Fahmi (‘Demasiado Lejos para Escucharlo Todo’), Pablo Trujillo (‘Una Noche Cualquiera’), Jonas Lechenmayr (‘Tariq’), Daniel Trujillo (‘Nana’), Pau Loewe (‘La Guarida’) for national productions, and Alexandre Bouvier (‘L'Age d’Or’), Christy Carew (‘Virtually’), Jonathan Galland (‘The Ribbon’), and Yi Liu (‘HerT’) for foreign productions.

Once again, the promotional poster for this event was produced by Daniel Fumero of Limbo Kids studio using the same conceptual design and aesthetic from previous years, with this year’s image fitting well with the theme of ‘FIMUCITÉ the13th’.

FIMUCITÉ 13, which is directed by renowned Spanish composer and conductor Diego Navarro, will run from September 20th – 29th with the support and sponsorship of the Cabildo de Tenerife, the Canary Islands Government, Santa Cruz de Tenerife City Council, Audi Canarias, Dorada Especial and the Teleférico del Teide, and the collaboration of SGAE – the Spanish General Society of Authors and Publishers, amongst others.
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