The Score celebrates its 15th anniversary in March 2021
This month host Edmund Stone takes us into museums, to Ireland, pays tribute to female film composers, and together we celebrate 15 years of great film music.
3/6 Museum Montage This it's a two-way ticket from the past to the present in Museum Montage, where Edmund Stone strolls the galleries filled with music from films set in museums. National Treasure, Ocean's 8, The Thomas Crown Affair, The Da Vinci Code, and more.
3/13 Portrait of Ireland This week Edmund Stone weaves a musical tapestry of the charm, the history and the beauty of the Emerald Isle in A Portrait of Ireland. Classic camp with fifties favorite: The Quiet Man, stories of immigration including Brooklyn and Far and Away, stories of strength through The Troubles from In the Name of the Father, and folk tales and history in The Secret of Kells.
3/20 Women Composers – Changing the Playlist This week Edmund Stone pays tribute to women composers with interviews with leaders of the Alliance of Women Composers, and great scores by some of the most acclaimed creators of film music including, music from Wendy Carlos’ The Shining, Lisa Gerards’s brilliant work in Gladiator and Rachel Portman’s Oscar-winning Emma.
3/27 The Score 15th Anniversary – Edmund’s Choice Awards Edmund Stone created The Score fifteen years ago and to celebrate he’s selected some of his favorite moments of The Score. Hear some of the exclusive interviews with world-renowned composers Hans Zimmer and Danny Elfman. Sample some Hollywood gold with his commemorative works on Star Trek and James Bond. And, of course, enjoy great music from Score episodes from the very beginning to Edmund’s very favorite shows.