The New York Times’ Time Talks series will feature conversation with Danny Elfman and Gus Van Sant. The talk startson 20th January at 12:30 PM MST. It will be streamed live and recorded for future view on Time Talks website.
This Is Lincoln Center podcast’s newest episode features conversation with Danny Elfman. Danny talks about ‘his classical music influences and the challenges of creating music for the concert hall’.
Listen to podcast here.
The ‘Fifty Shades Freed’ soundtrack will feature songs by various artists and two original score tracks by Danny Elfman (Freed, Seeing Red). Album is set to be released on February 9, 2018. Full track list on Film Music Reporter.
On December 6 and 7 at the Barclays Center in NYC took place The Nightmare Before Christmas Live concerts. Full orchestra and choir performed the score to the movie with original cast singing the songs. Audience could hear Catherine O’Hara as Sally and Ken Page as Oogie Boogie and of course Danny Elfman as Jack Skellington. Take a look at photos and videos from the concerts.
The Nightmare Before Christmas concerts at Barclays in NYC are coming soon and new interviews with Elfman are showing up.
Forbes spoke with composer about the concerts and his thoughts on performing as Jack vs. touring with a band. When asked about his plans he also mentioned the recording of the violin concerto and working on concert piece for Berlin Philharmony.
Pix 11 in a short conversation asked how Danny relates to a Jack Skellington character and what defines him in his music.