More Score #16 | Cristobal Tapia de Veer Score: The Podcast

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Cristobal Tapia de Veer is a Chilean-born composer working in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

His family fled Chile during the military coup of the 1970s, and ended up in France and then eventually in Montreal.

Cristobal's pop band ONE TON signed to Warner Music in 2001, before he turned his attention back to film and TV scoring.

He has scored the British TV series UTOPIA, Amazon Prime's ELECTRIC DREAMS, the finale of Netflix's BLACK MIRROR season 4, and most recently HBO's smash hit miniseries THE WHITE LOTUS.

In this interview for MORE SCORE with Robert Kraft, Cristobal talks about his artistic and idiosyncratic approach to scoring, and how he draws from other artistic mediums to inform sounds that are often strange and create a unique emotional effect.

Cristobal Tapia de Veer is a Chilean-born composer working in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

His family fled Chile during the military coup of the 1970s, and ended up in France and then eventually in Montreal.

Cristobal's pop band ONE TON signed to Warner Music in 2001, before he turned his attention back to film and TV scoring.

He has scored the British TV series UTOPIA, Amazon Prime's ELECTRIC DREAMS, the finale of Netflix's BLACK MIRROR season 4, and most recently HBO's smash hit miniseries THE WHITE LOTUS.

In this interview for MORE SCORE with Robert Kraft, Cristobal talks about his artistic and idiosyncratic approach to scoring, and how he draws from other artistic mediums to inform sounds that are often strange and create a unique emotional effect.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

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