News

5 October 2008 — CineMusic

CineMusic? Constructing the Film Score which contains a chapter by Miguel has been published by Cambridge Scholars Press.

29 September 2008 — The Satanic Verses

Miguel completed work on a feature-length documentary for the BBC about Salman Rushdie’s The Satanic Verses. Featured instruments include the middle-eastern kanoun, Indian Bansuri (bamboo flute) and Sarangi played by virtuoso Dilshad Khan.

26 August 2008 — British Composer Awards

Miguel was a member of the judging panel for the British Composer Awards. Results will be announced in a ceremony on the 2nd December and broadcast on Radio 3 on the 3rd December.

26 July 2008 — Dartington International Summer School

Miguel ran a two week composing for film course for six gifted young composers at the Dartington International Summer School.

21 October 2007 — What does your Daddy do?

What Does Your Daddy Do? has been nominated for a British Independent Film Award. The ceremony will take place on the 28th November 2007 at The Roundhouse, London.

20 June 2007 — The Ice Storm: A Film Score Guide

Miguel’s book Mychael Danna’s The Ice Storm: A Film Score Guide is now available from Scarecrow Press, for a very reasonable £17.99. Scarecrow Press website

18 June 2007 — Scouting for Boys, BBC2 at 8pm

Following rave reviews, Ian Hislop’s Scouting for Boys (with a score by Miguel) will receive another broadcast on BBC2 at 8pm.

1 April 2007 — BBC Concert Orchestra

Miguel gave the pre-concert talk for the BBC Concert Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall where he discussed the music of Miklós Rózsa with cellist Raphael Wallfisch and violinist Philippe Graffin.

23 March 2007 — Edwardians: The Birth of Now

Miguel has finished composing music for a BBC4 documentary on Baden Powell and the Boy Scout movement. Presented by Ian Hislop it will be screened on Monday 14th May at 21:00 in the ‘Edwardians: The Birth of Now’ season.

23 March 2007 — Broken at East End Film Festival

The film Broken with a score by Miguel received its world premiere at the East End Film Festival.

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