Dainų kūrėjus į Master Class su Alan Roy Scott

Alan Roy Scott yra top Hollywood’o dainų kūrėjas ir muzikos prodiuseris. Jau 25-ri metai jis yra „Grammy“ apdovanojimų vertinimo komisijos narys.
Jo karjera prasidėjo EMI Music, kurioje dirbo 11 metų su daugelių JAV atlikėjų, tokių kaip Stevie Wonder, The Temptations ir kt.

Tarp daugelio artistų, kurie įrašė Alan’o dainas, yra Celine Dion, Cher, Gloria Estefan, Ricky Martin, Ray Charles, Tiffany, Luther Vandross, Cyndi Lauper, Roberta Flack ir kt.

Jis kūrė muziką filmams Santa Barbara, As The World Turns, Beverly Hills 90210 ir kt.

Alan Roy Scott laimėjo pagrindinius prizus tokiuose konkursuose, kaip „John Lennon Song Contest“, „The American Song Festival“ ir kt. Jis yra tarptautinio konkurso „Unisong International Song Contest“ įkūrėjas ir organizatorius.

Alan’as vedė kursus dainų kūrėjams JAV, Australijoje, Danijoje, Airijoje, Indonezijoje, Vokietijoje ir kt. Savo solidžios reputacijos dėka, jis padėjo siekti karjeros tokiems artistams ir dainų kūrėjams, kaip Michael Bolton, The Scorpions, Bonnie Raitt, Cher, Joan Osborne, Diane Warren, Mick Fleetwood, Jimmy Buffet, Gladys Knight, Desmond Child ir kt.
4 metus jis dirbo JAV Nacionalinės dainų kūrėjų akademijos (NAS) direktorių taryboje.

Alan Roy Scott atvyksta į Lietuvą rugsėjo 25 d. ir surengs kursus (Master Class) Lietuvos dainų kūrėjams. Jų metu kartu su kursų dalyviais jis analizuos ir diskutuos kaip sukurti „hitą“, pademonstruos „dainų operacijas“, dalinsis patirtimi muzikos biznio srityje ir patars mūsų dainų kūrėjams, kaip sukurti dainą, tinkančią globaliam pasauliui bei individualiai padės patobulinti jų sukurtas dainas.
Be to, Lietuvos atlikėjai galės įsigyti jo kūrybos dainų ir įtraukti į savo repertuarą.
Visi dainų kūrėjai, nepriklausomai nuo sugebėjimų, kviečiami dalyvauti susitikimuose ir kursuose (Master Class) su Alan Roy Scott, kuriuose jie pagilins savo žinias dainų kūrimo procese, sužinos pasaulines dainų kūrimo tendencijas ir įdomiai praleis laiką.


Alan is a top Hollywood songwriter and music producer, who brings a 20-year career in the music business to enrich Greenstar’s digital culture project. His career began with Screen Gems-EMI Music and with a division of Motown, where he was involved with Smokey Robinson, The Temptations and Stevie Wonder.
Among the many artists who have recorded his songs are Celine Dion, Luther Vandross, Cyndi Lauper, Gloria Estefan, Roberta Flack, The Allman Brothers, Sheena Easton, The Neville Brothers, Pat Benatar, Patti LaBelle, The Pointer Sisters, Rick Springfield and Johnny Mathis.
His TV/Film credits include songs used in First Wives Club, Top Gun, Coming To America, Karate Kid II, Fame (TV show), Rags To Riches, Santa Barbara, As The World Turns and Beverly Hills 90210, among others.
As a professional songwriter for over 35 years, his songs have been recorded by Celine Dion, Luther Vandross, Notorious B.I.G., Gloria Estefan, Cyndi Lauper, Patti LaBelle, Neville Bros. Roberta Flack, Cher, El DeBarge, Tiffany, Patti Austin, The Spinners, Rick Springfield, Oak Ridge Boys, Ricky Martin, Anne Murray, Johnny Mathis, Pointer Sisters, Sheena Easton, and Ray Charles among many. His work also has been featured in Films and TV shows such as “Top Gun,” “First Wives Club,” “Coming To America,” “Redline,” “Karate Kid III,” “Summer School,” “Fame,” “Fame/LA,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Oprah’s Next Chapter,” “Santa Barbara,” “Guiding Light,” “Melrose Place,” & “Beverly Hills 90210” among others.

He was an exclusive staff writer with EMI Music and Jobete Music (Motown) for a combined 11 years, having his own independent Kyushu Boy Music Publishing since 1990.

Alan attended the prestigious Boston Conservatory of Music majoring in Music Composition. He has won top prizes in the John Lennon Song Contest, The American Song Festival, and numerous awards in International Music Festivals around the world, competing as composer and/or artist, representing the USA in such diverse locales as Kazakhstan, Turkey, Romania, FYR Macedonia, Lithuania, Poland, Russia, Egypt, Finland, Holland, Ireland, Czech Republic, & Indonesia among others.

He has been a private songwriting coach for more than 10 years, and has taught classes and has led workshops and seminars domestically through UCLA Extension, The Songwriting School of Los Angeles, Musician’s Institute, Songu.com, ASCAP, as well as the “Grammy-In-The-Schools” program for the Los Angeles Chapter of NARAS. Internationally, he has taught songwriting and music workshops in Australia (through APRA), Ireland (through IMRO), and Denmark (through KODA) among others.

Additionally, as the founder of “Music Bridges”, he has created many renowned songwriting collaboration events around the world, most notably “Music Speaks Louder Than Words” (USSR/1998), “Country & Eastern” (Romania/1994), “Pacific Harmony” (Indonesia/1995), “Celtic Harmony” (Ireland/1997), the controversial “Music Bridges…Over Troubled Waters” (Havana,Cuba/1999), and “Music Bridges/Expo 2000 as part of Expo 2000 (Hannover, Germany). Future “Music Bridges” events are planned for The Middle East, China, India, Peru, Jamaica, & South Africa. In conjunction with his “Music Bridges” projects, Scott also created and organized “Unisong International Song Contest,” as an annual search for budding songwriting talent.

With his extensive music industry resources and solid reputation as a special music events organizer and hands-on creative participant in these projects, Alan secured the participation of more than 200 headlining artists and songwriters such as: Bonnie Raitt, Burt Bacharach, Diane Warren, Mick Fleetwood, Jimmy Buffet, Lamont Dozier, Gladys Knight, Don Was, The Chieftans, Hot House Flowers, Mi’shell Ngedeocello, Cher, Michael Bolton, Rodney Crowell, Desmond Child, Cyndi Lauper, Brenda Russell, Dave Koz, Stewart Copeland, & Andy Summers, Paul Williams, Indigo Girls, Kelly/Steinberg, Barry Mann, Albert Hammond, Mike Stoller,Woody Harrelson, Joan Osborne, Tommy Shaw (Styx), Gunnar & Matthew Nelson, N’Dea Davenport, Montell Jordan, Jack Blades, The Scorpions, Peter Frampton, Steve McClintock, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Gary Burr, Allan Rich, Jeff Lorber, Cathy Dennis, Holly Knight, Franne Golde, & Lee Roy Parnell among many.

He also produced the “Music Bridges” segment for the opening ceremonies of the 1990 Goodwill Games in Seattle, featuring Earth, Wind & Fire, Roberta Flack, Anne Murray, and Emmanuel. As well as being the international consultant and talent coordinator for the TNN series “Somebody Lives There,“ hosted by Gary Morris in Estonia, Latvia, Hungary, and Poland

Alan has also served as the creative coordinator for the digital culture projects of Greenstar, a company dedicated to economic development in the 3rd world through innovative projects providing solar power, computer technology, and education to rural villages with the aim of creating self-sufficiency through local crafts and cultural products sold over the Internet utilizing the provided technologies. So far he has coordinated such projects for Greenstar in the Palestinian West Bank, and Jamaica.

He was awarded a prestigious Third Century Award by the US Patent & Copyright Board to honor his achievements in the international arena.. Alan was commissioned in 1999 to co-write “The Gift,” the theme song for the 30th anniversary remembrance in Memphis of the assassination of Martin Luther King, performed by Michael McDonald and The Reverend Al Green. He served as well on the Board of Directors of the National Academy of Songwriters (NAS) in Hollywood for 4 years. and is a 25 year voting member of NARAS, (The Grammy Awards). He is also a long time member of BMI, ASCAP, SAG, and AEA.

Alan Roy Scott. About master class:
I will offer a Master Class in songwriting that will offer some of the following points both creatively and business wise……..
* My over all songwriting philosophy and concept of „contrast“ as it applies in the various aspects of songwriting chords, melodies, rhythm, lyrics, arrangement, & production. I will offer specific examples of all these different aspects for a better understanding of it, and then ask the participants to work with one of these aspects on their own in a group exercise.
* I will conduct analysis of a few current „hit“ songs to analyze and discuss what makes them work and how to apply this understanding to a person’s own songwriting.
* I will conduct co-writing exercises in randomly chose groups to simulate real life situations songwriters encounter, and discuss the changing nature of collaboration, production, top-line, etc.
* I will offer „song surgery“ for anyone has specific existing songs they would like analyzed and suggestions made on improving the craft and structure of them.
* I will discuss the „business“ of music as needed in offering basic understandings of the basics on writers share//split, publishing, PRO’s, copyright snd songwriter’s rights in our ever changing social media age, and also have a Q & A (question & answer) session about any areas I raise of special interest to anyone that might lead to further specific questions.
* I will discuss the current international state of songwriting as it applies to pitching songs internationally in the USA as well as Europe and Asia, the value of international song contests, song camps, and other means of getting one’s songs out into the global music community.

2016.09.27 Vienam dalyviui 30 €
2016.09.28 Vienam dalyviui 50 € (grupė iki 15 žm.)
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