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BMI Composer Tony Morales on How He Found His Musical Voice


From News, posted 8.12.20 Like many composers, Tony Morales discovered his love for music as a child, taking up guitar when he was 9 years old. After studying music throughout high school and playing in different bands, Morales attended the Berklee College of Music, where he completed a degree in film scoring. He then… Read more...

Listening On-Demand


From MusicWorld, posted 6.23.15 What do composers David Schwartz, Gwendolyn Sanford, Ed Rogers and Tony Morales all have in common besides, obviously, creating music? They all work on hit Netflix shows that people love to “binge-watch.” Even without popcorn, GRAMMY-nominated Schwartz helps mesmerize audiences with his music to Arrested Development, BMI award-winning Sanford composes… Read more...

Emmy Nominations Celebrate BMI Composers


From News, posted 7.09.10 Several leading BMI composers will vie for coveted trophies during the 62nd Primetime Emmy Awards, slated for Sunday, August 29. Edward Rogers earned a nomination for Outstanding Original Main Title Theme Music in recognition of his theme for Syfy’s series Warehouse 13, as did Jason Keaton for his work on… Read more...

Edward Rogers: Eclectic and Collaborative


From MusicWorld, posted 8.27.09 “I always wanted to be a drummer,” confesses film composer Edward Rogers. His affinity for percussion-fueled sound is evident in Amar a Morir, an award-winning indie feature from Mexico, which he expects to see released in the U.S. next year. American audiences already know Rogers’ compelling music from his six-year… Read more...

Edward Rogers Interview - The 2011 BMI Film/TV Awards

Captured at 2011 BMI Film TV Awards

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