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The website now provides an opportunity to hear some of my film music or watch a short video clip of one of my recording sessions. We have added a photo gallery and links to sites where you can find CDs and DVDs featuring my music. And now you may buy one of my books directly from this site.
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Charles Bernstein has completed music on Oscar-winning director Terry Sanders indie feature, “Liza, Liza, Skies are Grey.” Also, he has composed a new orchestral work, “A Nightmare on Elm Street Concert Overture,” which is now available from Alfred Music. Over the past months Charles has also recorded music for various commercial projects and companies, including Samsung’s launch of their G5 series, and continues to write, teach and lecture on film music.
View Charles Bernstein speaking at Comi-Con 2015 in San Diego.
Charles has completed work on the Sy-Fy Channel feature spoof "Sharktopus vs. Whalewolf" for Roger Corman Productions, and has contributed music for "Battlefield Home," a searing look into the lives of our returning war veterans.
My Tribute to the Brilliant Director Joe Sargent: View Title Sequence from our final collaboration.
-- Mr. Bernstein has completed the music for a Chinese language film, The Red House, directed by Jiaqi Lin, featuring renowned Er Hu soloist Karen Han.
-- He is currently composing a special orchestral Concert Overture: A Nightmare on Elm Street based on his music for the hit film to be premiered next year.
-- The composer has completed theme music for Hollywood Masters, a TV interview series featuring Judd Apatow, David O. Russell and other Hollywood masters in discussion. Also completed scoring the satirical documentary feature, Jesus Town, USA for Canadian director, Julian Pinder, and was music director for the 2014 SAMSUNG 4k HDTV CES Release.
-- Mr. Bernstein was reelected this year as a Governor of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences,
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