Excitement is building for BMI’s upcoming “How to Get Your Music into Film & TV in America” panel, slated for Tuesday, December 14 at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. Tickets for the event suddenly became scarce, as the panel sold out in only two days. Organizers responded by offering admittance to an overflow room, which sold out in just one day.
Staged during Trinity College’s three-day music for film and TV series, BMI’s panel will feature an in-depth conversation with prominent music supervisor Gary Calamar; Irish BMI composer Ciaran Hope, who is also an alumnus of Trinity; Jim Reid, Senior Vice President of Synchronization for Warner Music Group UK; and Rob Hope, songwriter and lead member of Seneca. BMI’s Anne Cecere will moderate the discussion.
“How to Get Your Music into Film & TV in America” will be held from 6:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at the Paccar Theatre in the Science Gallery, located in a new building on the Trinity College campus (College Green, Dublin 14, Co., Dublin, Ireland, 01 8961000).
The event is made possible by the kind support of Trinity College Dublin.