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Do you like 19th century musical theater and Star Trek? Are you looking for something to do in Los Angeles this weekend (or a weekend in June). Well you are luck as a local theater company is performing "USS Pinafore", a live mashup of Gilbert & Sullivan and Star Trek. See below for video and more info.Conventions/Events/Attractions,Music , comments closed
Next week Star Trek fans in and around Ontario, Canada will have a chance to hear the music of Star Trek performed live by the Kitchener-Waterloo Symphony. And hosting the show will be veteran Trek actors John de Lancie and Robert Picardo. You can even go to an after-party with Q and The Doctor. Details below.Celebrity,DS9,ENT,Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Music,TNG,VOY , comments closed
Dennis McCarthy, the prolific composer who scored much of Star Trek on TV and Film from 1987-2005, is being honored by ASCAP this summer with the prestigious ASCAP Golden Note Award. More details below.Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Merchandise,Music , comments closed
Last summer Film Score Monthly and Screen Archives Entertainment released the complete soundtrack to James Horner’s classic Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan score. Today they have announced this summer they are releasing a 2-disk expanded edition of Horner’s Star Trek III: The Search For Spock soundtrack. More details below including exclusive first look at the CD art.Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Great Links,Music,TOS , comments closed
Often TrekMovie brings you links to the humorous trivial Trek, from LOL Cats meeting Trek to silly viral videos. Today we have links to some more serious takes on Trek. First up a recently unearthed and very thorough analysis and history of the score for Star Trek: The Motion Picture. We also link to an interesting look at the ‘minimalism’ of Star Trek TOS.
Watch Buckingham Palace Guard Playing Star Trek Medley March 19, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Great Links,Music,Trek Franchise , comments closed
The Queen’s Guards at Buckingham Palace in London are famous for their elaborate ‘changing of the guard’ and their unflappable demeanor, but did you also know they have a band? The band accompanies the changing of the guard and often plays popular music, and one day last week they did a medley of Star Trek themes, check out video below.
Michael Giacchino To Score ‘John Carter of Mars’ March 12, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: Celebrity,Music,Sci-Fi , comments closed
Star Trek composer (and now Oscar-winner for Up) Michael Giacchino is heading back into space. Giacchino, who is expected to return for the Star Trek, has added another 2012 to his schedule, Disney’s upcoming sci-fi film John Carter of Mars.Celebrity,Music,Star Trek (2009 film),Star Trek Into Darkness , comments closed
Star Trek composer Michael Giacchino is riding high on his road to the Oscars with his score for Up. There are some new pre-Oscar interviews with the composer where he talks about Oscar and a little about the Star Trek sequel as well, see excerpts and video below.
Giacchino & Star Trek Win Film Music Critic Awards March 1, 2010by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Celebrity,Music,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
It looks like we have one more set of awards to announce before the Oscars coming up this weekend, and this time it is some good news. Today the International Film Music Critics Association announced the winners of their 2009 Awards and Star Trek’s Michael Giacchino was the big winner with awards for both Up and Star Trek. More details below
No Wins For Star Trek at BAFTAs – Giacchino Wins For Up February 21, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Celebrity,Music,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Another day and another Awards show. The Orange British Academy Film Awards (BAFTAs) were held tonight in London. Star Trek was up for two awards, but did not prevail. However, Star Trek’s Michael Giacchino won another award for his Up score. More details, plus full Star Trek Award Season scorecard below.
Giacchino Wins Two Grammy Awards for ‘Up’ January 31, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Music,ST09 Creative , comments closed
Star Trek composer Michael Giacchino was nominated for four Grammy awards, including one for his score for Star Trek (the only Trek film to ever be nominated for a Grammy). And tonight Giacchino picked up two Grammys, but both were for his Up score. More details below.
Star Trek & Giacchino Nominated by Film Music Critics + Saldana at DGA Awards + Final Oscar Predictions January 30, 2010by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: CBS/Paramount,Celebrity,Music,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
The International Film Music Critics must really like Michael Giacchino, because they nominated him for nine of their awards, including three for Star Trek (plus Wrath of Khan got a nod too). In other award coverage, Star Trek’s Zoe Saldana presented at Saturday night’s DGA Awards (we have pics below). Plus the Oscar Buzz is heating up on the 2009 Star Trek film with final predictions before the nominees are announced in a few days.
Star Trek: The Music Performing In Calgary Next Week January 3, 2010by John Tenuto , Filed under: Celebrity,Conventions/Events/Attractions,Music , comments closed
You have have seen the multi-city tour for Star Wars: In Concert, but there is actually a (smaller) Star Trek tour also going on. "Star Trek: The Music," hosted by Bob Picardo and John DeLancie, has been performed by a number of orchestras in North America since 2007. The next stop is next week in Calgary, Alberta. Details below, plus a guide to more January Star Trek events.
Watch Marching Bands Playing Star Trek Music January 1, 2010by John Tenuto , Filed under: List,Music , comments closed
Today is a day for college football bowl games, and that means half time shows. What does this have to do with Star Trek? Well one of the signs of the impressive return of Star Trek to the mainstream in 2009, was the music of Star Trek being played by marching bands at college and high school football games. Below we have some of the examples from this season.
TrekIn09: Best Star Trek Home Video (& Audio) of 2009 December 31, 2009by TrekMovie.com Staff , Filed under: DVD/Blu-ray,List,Music , comments closed
2009 has been a huge year for home video releases so instead of lumping them in with our Best Merchandise of 2009 they get their own article that picks the best of the various releases for the year.
TMP@30: The Music of Star Trek: The Motion Picture December 9, 2009by Jeff Bond , Filed under: Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Music,Review , comments closed
Our week-long tribute to Star Trek The Motion picture continues today with a 30th Anniversary look at the music of the film. "Music of Star Trek" author Jeff Bond explores Jerry Goldsmith’s memorable (and Oscar-nominated) score, including a look at it’s history and production.
Michael Giacchino’s Star Trek Soundtrack Nominated For Grammy December 3, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Music,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Composer Michael Giacchino has a lot to celebrate as last night he was nominated for four Grammy Awards by The Recording Academy, including one for his Star Trek soundtrack. The other three nominations were for his work on the Disney/Pixar movie Up. This is the first time a Star Trek production has been nominated for a Grammy. See below for details.
Star Trek’s Michael Giacchino Nominated For Composer of the Year August 18, 2009by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Music,Star Trek (2009 film) , comments closed
Star Trek composer Michael Giacchino is again being recognized for his talents, this time by the World Soundtrack Academy which has just announced their nominees for for their annual Soundtrack Awards. Giacchino has been nominated for Composer of the Year, for his work on Star Trek and other films.
Review: New ‘Music of Star Trek’ CD by Prague Philharmonic August 12, 2009by John Tenuto , Filed under: Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Merchandise,Music,Review,Star Trek (2009 film),Trek on TV , comments closed
There are occasionally Star Trek items under the radar, released with little fanfare or promotion, and this is certainly true of the new CD "The Music of Star Trek" performed by The City of Prague Philharmonic Orchestra from Silva America. TrekMovie brings all the details in this review of what is an excellent addition to Trek music aficionado collections.Feature Films (TMP-NEM),Music,Review , comments closed
Last week, TrekMovie reported that Film Score Monthly and Screen Archives Entertainment was releasing an expanded version of the Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan soundtrack by James Horner. Today we have a review, focusing on the new material, plus an interview with the producer of the new expanded soundtrack, providing some behind the scene details.