DR. NORMAN LUDWIN
Dr. Norman Ludwin is a leading specialist in orchestration and film composition. He serves as a faculty member at the UCLA Extension Film Scoring Certificate Program, the European Academy of Film Composition, and ThinkSpace Education.
His impressive orchestration credits include notable films such as Jurassic World, Inside Out, Star Trek Into Darkness, Super-8, John Carter, and Priest. In addition, Dr. Ludwin has contributed his talent as a double bass player to over 210 films and TV shows.
As an accomplished author, he has written 12 books on orchestration and film composition, covering subjects like "Modern Harmony," "Developing Variation," and "Volume Three-Film Music."
Dr. Ludwin has conducted seminars at esteemed institutions worldwide, including the Rome Sonus Factory, Madrid Conservatory of Music, Prague Conservatory of Music, Munich Hochschule, Zurich School of the Arts, and many others. He has also shared his expertise at various locations such as New York City, Los Angeles, Toronto, Chicago, Boston, Seattle, San Francisco, and Washington DC, sponsored by the American Federation of Local Musicians.
With his extensive contributions to the field, Dr. Norman Ludwin continues to make a significant impact in the study of orchestration and film composition.