fre. 04.06
15:00 - 16:00

Nordic Film Music Days, NOPA and Music Norway offer you a chance to meet the award winning British composer, Max Richter, at this year's Oslo Pix!

In a conversation with Kate Havnevik we will hear about the documentary Max Richter’s Sleep followed by a talk about Richter’s work and process as a composer.


Richter is one of the most important composers of the 21st Century. From synthesizers and computers to a full symphony orchestra, Richter’s innovative work encompasses solo albums, ballets, concert hall performances, film and television series, video art installations and theatre works.

​Richter has written award-winning music for more than 50 film and TV projects including Mary, Queen of Scots, Hostiles, My Brilliant Friend and The Leftovers, Taboo and Black Mirror.

In 2015 Max Richter premiered “Sleep”, a landmark 8,5 hour musical recording played overnight to sleeping audiences. In 2019 Nathalie Johns premiered a documentary describing the project, Max Richter’s Sleep.

This event is part of Nordic Film Music Days 365.

This seminar is supported by NOPA and Music Norway and arranged as a cooperation between Oslo Pix and Nordic Film Music Days as part of the online seminar series Nordic Film Music Days 365.

Practical info:

The Masterclass will be held as a Zoom webinar on Friday, June 4 at 15:00–16:00.

The event is free of charge and open to everyone.

Sign up for the Masterclass here.

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