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Chris Boardman

As a composer, arranger and orchestrator, today’s guest has had the opportunity to work on many of Hollywood’s more prominent films over the course of his career, as well as a host of television projects. He’s collaborated with the great Quincy Jones and James Newton Howard and if that’s not enough, he’s also a musical director for top pop acts, not to mention a talented keyboardist and writer for a jazz ensemble. He has a reputation in the Los Angeles music scene as musician that can literally write and compose any style of music. From his Academy Award nomination for his score for “The Color Purple” to garnering several Emmys for his work in television, his filmography is as impressive as it is extensive — and it continues to expand. Inside MusiCast is pleased to welcome Chris Boardman.

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Reader Comments (1)

While speaking with Chris during this interview, me and Rick picked up on a vibe.....that is, he sees the big picture. He's worked with the best of them but is always willing to share his "head" with new up and comers. I don't think he's stuck in accomplishments. He's stuck on education. That's cool.EC
October 30, 2006 | Unregistered CommenterEddy Cabello

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