Earlier this month, we got to have a wonderful chat with composer Genevieve Vincent about her work on film music, concert music, and as music producer. She most recently completed scoring the Sony romantic comedy The Broken Hearts Gallery and Moving Art “Hokkaido” for Netflix for which she wrote a Japanese inspired orchestral hybrid score.
Born in Vancouver, BC, based in Los Angeles, Vincent studied the Suzuki violin method, and was a student of The Royal Conservatory of Music in Vancouver. She went on to attend Berklee College of Music where she graduated with a dual major in Film Scoring and Composition and studied privately under concert music composer Alla Elena Cohen.
Outside of narrative projects, Vincent comprises half of the electronic-pop duo darkDARK. The duo teamed up with Mau5trap artist HEYZ to create Ride Recordings release “Daylight ft. darkDARK” and Mau5trap Recordings release “Schedule 4” for which Vincent provided topline and vocals. The duo have release plans through Nettwerk for a full length album in 2020.
We again joined our friend Bryan Kluger of BoomStickComics for this session to discuss Genevieve’s work as well as The Fifth Element, Cobra Kai, and had a lot of laughs along the way.
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You can check out more of Genevieve’s work at her official site: https://www.genevievevincent.com/. And you can check out the work she and other musicians wrote for Season 3 of Netflix’s stunning nature series, Moving Art, here.