The Festival Musimagem Brasil, organized by the Brazilian Association of Composers of Music for Audiovisual, will celebrate its 5th edition from November 21 to 24, 2019 in Belo Horizonte (Minas Gerais, Brazil).
During the festival, American composer Christopher Young and Brazilian composer Edino Krieger will be the recipients of the Remo Usai Career Award (Remo Usai is 91-year-old a famous Brazilian composer who is retired now, and who was Miklós Rózsa’s pupil). This will be the first time that this career award is given to a non-Brazilian composer.
SoundTrackFest has collaborated with Festival Musimagem Brasil during 2019, to build up this 5th edition, and Gorka Oteiza, founder and director of SoundTrackFest, will attend the festival, where he will be part of a panel/masterclass, together with renowned record & concert producer, Robert Townson, founder of Robert Townson Productions.
This is the final and complete program of the festival, being all the activities held at the CCBB (Cultural Center of Banco do Brasil):
Link to the complete program:
All the activities of the festival; concerts, workshops, conferences & masterclasses, are free entry, but some require previous registration. You can find more information on the official website:
You can also read more information about the festival, which is worthy to keep an eye on, and that had Luis Ivars, Bruno Coulais, Laurence Rosenthal, and Bruce Broughton, as main guests in previous editions, in the following link:
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