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Nicolas guest conducts the Alhambra Orchestra, Music of the Silver Screen Concert, Nov. 19th!

»Posted by on Oct 31, 2017 in About Nicolas, Concert Music, Film Scoring, Video Games | 0 comments

Nicolas guest conducts the Alhambra Orchestra, Music of the Silver Screen Concert, Nov. 19th!

NICOLAS REPETTO, Guest Conductor    Contact person: Helen Hauser (305) 342-2777   hhauserjd@aol.com Photos and interviews available FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE— “The Silver Screen” – Family Pops Concert Sunday, November 19, 2017, 4:00 PM ** Pinecrest Gardens, 11000 Red Road, Pinecrest, FL 33156 The Alhambra Orchestra, with guest conductor Nicolas Repetto–an up-and-coming film composer from South Florida — invites the public to visit beautiful Pinecrest Gardens for a lively concert of movie music.  Current and classic film and video game themes will be performed by our full symphony orchestra. You’ll recognize a medley of themes by John Williams (the Star Wars composer), music from Pirates of the Caribbean and Phantom of the Opera, plus...

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The Plural of Blood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) out November 10, 2017!

»Posted by on Oct 31, 2017 in Film Scoring, Recent News | 0 comments

The Plural of Blood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) out November 10, 2017!

The Plural of Blood (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack) will be available for purchase on iTunes, Amazon Music, CD Baby and all digital platforms starting Friday, November 10, 2017. ALBUM DESCRIPTION Ethereal, evocative, emotionally-charged original score to the film, The Plural of Blood. ALBUM NOTES Director Mary-Lyn Chambers and I started discussing the score months before principal photography began. She shared with me her ideas of what the score needed to feel like emotionally. I was able to take her ideas and suggestions and craft a score that utlizes child vocal solos, women’s choir, and synthesized instruments to evoke feelings of interconnectivity and turmoil between our characters as we tell their intricate story. Winner of the Silver Medal from 2017...

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The Plural of Blood score nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award (HMMA)

»Posted by on Oct 27, 2017 in Recent News | 0 comments

The Plural of Blood score nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award (HMMA)

Thrilled and excited to announce that my score to newly released short film, The Plural of Blood, has received a nomination from the Hollywood Music in Media Awards in the category of Short Film – Original Score.  The winner will be announced in Hollywood on Thursday, November 16th! Director Mary-Lyn Chambers and I started discussing the score months before principal photography began. She shared with me her ideas of what the score needed to feel like emotionally. I was able to take her ideas and suggestions and craft a score that uses child vocal solos, women’s choir, and synthesized instruments to evoke feelings of interconnectivity and turmoil between our characters as we tell their intricate story. I’m truly honored to have...

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Score to The Plural of Blood wins Silver Medal (Outstanding Achievement) from the Global Music Awards!

»Posted by on Sep 18, 2017 in Recent News | 0 comments

Score to The Plural of Blood wins Silver Medal (Outstanding Achievement) from the Global Music Awards!

We received word over the weekend that the score to The Plural of Blood won a Silver Medal for Outstanding Achievement from the Global Music Awards!!! We are beyond thrilled and I wish to thank director Mary-Lyn Chambers, and producers Monica Lawson and Roxy Shih for being so incredibly supportive!! Logline When one incident triggers a storm, we realize we are more connected than we think. Synopsis Diana is a successful African American event producer living in Los Angeles. Disappointing her mother, she marries Alejandro, a Latino police officer. Very much in love, they find themselves on the verge of adopting a son. Their world unravels when Alejandro finds himself amid a fatal shooting. About the Score The score combines choral elements with synth elements to...

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Spectrum Symphony in New York City to perform Nicolas’ Danse Diabolique for String Orchestra

»Posted by on Sep 14, 2017 in Composition, Concert Music, Recent News | 0 comments

Spectrum Symphony in New York City to perform Nicolas’ Danse Diabolique for String Orchestra

The Spectrum Symphony will perform Nicolas Repetto’s Danse Diabolique for String Orchestra on Friday, October 20, 2017 in New York City for the Symphony’s Halloween-themed concert. The work will be conducted by Maestro David A. Grunberg as he leads the string section of the Spectrum Symphony. Danse Diabolique was born out of a love for syncopated music that makes one move and dance. The syncopated, driving rhythms are contrasted by lyrical lines played in the violin and viola sections. A rhythmic motive initiated by the viola and cello sections starts the diabolical journey of dance and lyricism. A contrasting lyrical B section, in 6/8, almost waltz-like, shows a softer side of this dance journey. Various tango elements are also found in this piece...

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