News

29 August 2011 — Children of 9/11 on NBC

The documentary with a score by Miguel follows a year in the lives of 11 children from six families across America, who number among the almost 3,000 children who lost a parent during the September 11 terror attacks in 2001. It will be broadcast on Monday, Sept. 5th at 10:00 PM/ET.

28 July 2011 — Miguel hosts John Barry Event

Miguel hosted an evening exploring John Barry’s film music as part of the BAFTA/Film4 Summer Screen season at Somerset House. Joining Miguel in discussion were composers Martin Phipps and Richard Jacques.

11 April 2011 — Silent Musicians Speak

Miguel chaired a session on composing music for silent film at the Barbican Centre as part of British Silent Film Festival.

6 March 2011 — Galloper Jack

The documentary film Galloper Jack with a score by Miguel was broadcast on the History Channel.  This film is an honest history of the war hero Jack Seely, a man who was in the thick of some of the most important events of the 20th century.

24 January 2011 — The Running Bell album now available

The album The Running Bell is now available to download. The music mixes Indian and Middle Eastern instrumental motifs with subtle, motoric patterns of sound design, the atmosphere is brooding and evocative. Download it now

15 December 2010 — Miguel and Dario Marianelli at BAFTA

Miguel interviewed Oscar and Golden Globe-winner Dario Marianelli at BAFTA in an event organised in association with PRS for Music.

18 September 2010 — Miguel on BBC Radio 3

Miguel appeared on BBC Radio 3’s Music Matters discussing the work of legendary film composer Nino Rota.

3 May 2010 — A Composer to Watch

Miguel has been dubbed as a “composer to watch” in Film Music Magazine’s review of the best film scores of the past year.

2 May 2010 — Little Ashes wins at Verona

Little Ashes has won the Schermi d’Amore Rose - Audience Prize for Best Film at the Verona Film Festival.

29 April 2010 — Keynote in Salamanca

Miguel gave a keynote presentation on his film music as part of the 5th Simposium on Music and the Moving Image at  the University of Salamanca, Spain.

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