25 May 2010

Wild Russia - Siberia: Opening Sequence


Opening of show. Sequence from Wild Russia: Siberia (2009), broadcast by National Geographic International. Series produced by Amanda Theunissen for Parthenon Entertainment Ltd, directed by Dan Habershon-Butcher with music composed and produced by William Goodchild and featuring guitarist Nick Pullin. This film is a 2010 Panda Award Finalist at the Wildscreen Global Wildlife Film Festival: Popular Broadcast Programme category. More details here

Wild Russia - Siberia: Wild Horses


Wild Horses. Sequence from Wild Russia: Siberia (2009), broadcast by National Geographic International. Series produced by Amanda Theunissen for Parthenon Entertainment Ltd, directed by Dan Habershon-Butcher with music composed and produced by William Goodchild and featuring guitarist Nick Pullin.

20 May 2010

Bristol Music Foundation Seminar




Writing music for Film and TV: a Seminar given by William Goodchild
16th June, 7 - 9pm, Colston Hall Education Suite One


For details about the course see the Music Industry Education website. The seminar costs £20 for BMF members and £30 for non-members.


Tickets for the event can be bought in advance from HERE

Festival of Nature Workshop 2010





WORKSHOP LEADER: William Goodchild
June 2nd - 5th 2010
Festival of Nature has joined forces with the BBC Concert Orchestra. At the heart of the Festival of Nature is a mandate to find new ways to connect people with nature - through activities, performance, hands-on learning, exploration and discovery. This June, we'll be using music and composition to get 14-19 year olds thinking about nature in a whole new way.

This year, in the run up to the Festival, young musicians across the city will be taking part in a unique workshop writing their very own film score to a natural history production, and along the way developing thier performance, composition, improvisation & ensemble skills.

Join us at the world premiere performance of local young musicians and BBC Concert Orchestra performers at 3pm, Saturday June 5th at Armada House. Tickets are now available by emailing Sara at sara@bnhc.org.uk. Further opportunities to hear the composition will include video and audio broadcast at the Bristol Festival of Nature and online and radio broadcast - watch this space!