Film Music Director Resume Format

By | January 18, 2011

Considered among the most vital elements in a movie, the musical background completes the mood and sets the pace of the action or scene in a movie. To this end the Film Music Director harnesses the musical resources at his disposal whether using original or existing materials.  A resume for a film music director require a portfolio of films with your musical works or compilation.

Film Music Resume Format

Harold F. Steinberg

Yorba Linda, Orange, CA

Phone: (657) 298-8801

steinberg_hf@ycmail.com

Objective

To be a resident film music director for a major movie studio or a theater production company

Summary of Qualification

  • 15 years of experience in stage and movie production as music director.
  • Excellent writing and organization skills

Career Experience/Job History

  • 2002 – Present:  Assistant Resident Film Music Director, Universal Studios
  • Work with film composers and musicians chosen by the firm director and work to incorporate their works when composing for the film score.
  • Conduct the film score for a assigned Hollywood films
  • Assist the resident conductor in mounting auditions for new members of the orchestra and processes applicants

1995 – 2002:  2nd Assistant Conductor, Los Angles Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Select and recommend orchestra scores to the lead conductor
  • Ensure that compositional scoring for the masters contain authentic musical notations and markings as original documents.
  • Provide back up support for rehearsals and performances not requiring the resident conductor

Achievements

Portfolio of original music composed for stage and film available on interview

Education

1996 – 1998: Master of Orchestral Music and Conducting, Curtis Institute of Music, Philadelphia

1991 – 1995: Bachelor of Music in Musicology, New England Conservatory of Music

Professional and Character References

Can be furnished upon request