Last Sunday Danny Elfman took his violin concerto Eleven Eleven to Tucson, AZ. Violinist Sandy Cameron performed with Royal Scottish National Orchestra. It was a good occasion to film this short but unusual interview 🙂 If you still don’t follow Elfman’s official FaceBook page, do it now and don’t forget to check the last posts – you can find there links to some interesting publications for Variety, LA Times and CBC Radio.
Next concert will take place tomorrow in Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts in Los Angeles.
Danny Elfman was one of the guests for special episode of The Boo Crew about Halloween. His appearance includes his stories about his interest in horror while he was growing up, details about upcoming The Nightmare Before Christmas shows in Hollywood Bowl and his hobby which is collecting macabre memorabilia. Click here to listen to this episode.
Hollywood Bowl’s Facebook page hosted a Q&A with Danny. Elfman talked about the upcoming Halloween shows celebrating 25th anniversary of The Nightmare Before Christmas. Then Danny answered some questions from the fans.
Watch the video here.
Tickets for the Halloween concerts are available here.
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On September 4th Danny was one of the guests at Kevin & Bean Show at KROQ station.
The podcast with interview is available here.
In latest Collider interview Danny talks about his work and thoughts on ‘Don’t Worry He Won’t Get Far On Foot’. Elfman talks also about his collaboration with Gus Van Sant. Later in the interview he was asked about the creative relationship with Tim Burton and their latest collaboration – ‘Dumbo’.
Read the interview here.
Jeff Kaliss from San Francisco Classical Voice had a conversation with Danny Elfman, that you can read here. Elfman explains the differences between score in film and how does it sound on stage, mentions the years in Oingo Boingo and what challenges he needs to face while working on a symphony.
Today and tomorrow at Stanford’s Bing Hall will take place the U.S. premiere of Danny Elfman’s violin concerto Eleven Eleven. On this occasion the composer shared with Georgia Rowe from The Mercury News how the idea of such project appeared, what was his inspiration and what are his plans for the future. You can find the article here. Tickets are still available here.