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Masterclass: Composing for Games with Inon Zur
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Masterclass: Composing for Games with Inon Zur

  • Calendar icon Mon 4 Sep, 7:00pm
  • Map pin icon BAFTA 195 Piccadilly, Princess Anne Theatre

Inon Zur has composed music for numerous top-selling games franchises including Fallout, Dragon Age and Prince of Persia as well as the upcoming Starfield with instantly recognisable and emotive tracks. His work has earned him three BAFTA award nominations. In this masterclass, Inon will break down key iconic tracks from across his career and share insights on the processes and challenges of developing music for games. You will also hear about his general experiences of working as a composer in the industry. Throughout, he will be lifting the curtain behind how he creates scores built around the emotions he wants the players to feel – and inspire fellow composers on how they may want to do the same.

This masterclass will end with an audience Q&A.

Due to high demand, we will also be streaming this event live for those who are unable to secure a ticket to attend in-person. If you wish to watch, please register here

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EMMY award-winner and three-time BAFTA-nominated composer Inon Zur is recognized as one of the most innovative and successful composers in the industry today, internationally renowned for his emotionally dynamic original music scores for blockbuster video game franchises including Fallout, Dragon Age, Prince of Persia, The Elder Scrolls, and the highly anticipated Starfield.

Zur’s iconic themes and avant garde scores for the Fallout series have been described as “Sophisticated and atmospheric” (Classic FM) and received two BAFTA nominations. His top-selling soundtrack for Fallout 4 was celebrated as one of the best original video game scores by BAFTA, The Game Awards, and Classic FM. Zur’s original score for Fallout 76 was also released to universal praise, described by critics as “Superbly atmospheric music,” “Hauntingly beautiful” and “An amazing ambient soundtrack,” with Game Informer (the world’s #1 video games magazine) hailing his latest score as “The best soundtrack for the series yet.”

Classically trained with a flair for powerful, melodic orchestral writing, Inon conducts and records with the world’s most prestigious orchestras and his music is performed in symphonic concerts worldwide. He has produced and collaborated with artists including Florence + The Machine (Dragon Age 2) and his debut major label album release with Sony Masterworks, Into The Storm, was selected among Classical KUSC’s best albums of the year. Most recently Inon composed the ethno-classical score for Benoît Sokal’s Syberia: The World Before released on DECCA Records, and premiered his ‘Starfield Suite’ with the London Symphony Orchestra.

Inon is currently scoring Starfield – the first new universe in over 25 years from Bethesda Game Studios, the award-winning creators of The Elder Scrolls and Fallout series. Set hundreds of years in our future, Starfield is an epic about hope, our shared humanity, and answering our greatest mystery. Starfield will be released on September 6, 2023.

HOST: Luci Holland

Luci Holland is an award-winning Scottish composer and sound artist who composes and produces music and audiovisual art for film, games and concert. She composed the original dynamic/responsive game music for Blazing Griffin‘s 2018 release Murderous Pursuits, and live action fantasy film Sayo in 2020, with the soundtrack winning a New Music Scotland EVM Award for New Music in Media in 2021. More recently she has provided music & sound support for CRT7 by Scottish BAFTA-winning developer Amicable Animal; original game music for Playhead by Lowtek Games; and concept music for Personasmith by Thunkd (all currently in development), and is also currently working on several other unannounced games projects. She also builds and designs interactive sonic art installations & creative technology-inspired live performances, most recently working on Trees of Life (in collaboration with We Throw Switches and Robin Baumgarten in 2023), and Spectral Ballroom (a collaborative audiovisul work with Florence Richardson, Hidden Door 2022). In 2019 Luci joined classical music station Scala Radio as the presenter of The Console, a weekly one-hour show dedicated to celebrating great music in games.


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BAFTA is an arts charity that is open and welcoming to everyone. This means we want every visit to BAFTA 195 Piccadilly to be as enjoyable and comfortable as possible and our events accessible to all.

Our venue is wheelchair accessible and both live captioning and BSL are available on request for all events. Visit our venue accessibility page for more detailed access information here.

Accompanying assistants, carers and companions can attend free of charge alongside any ticket purchase. Please email events@bafta.org ahead of booking to book this complimentary ticket.

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Getting to the Venue

By tube

Green Park is the nearest accessible step-free station and is served by the Jubilee, Piccadilly and Victoria lines. 0.3 miles to 195 Piccadilly entrance. The accessible entrance is from the park at the rear of the station.

Piccadilly Circus Station is served by the Piccadilly and Bakerloo Line Services. Leicester Square Station is served by the Piccadilly and Northern Line Services. Both stations are accessed by steps only.

By train

London Charing Cross has step-free access to all platforms. 0.7 miles to 195 Piccadilly entrance. Staff are available to assist with ramps between the platform and the train.

By bus

There are bus stops located on Regent Street/St James's Street, Piccadilly, Regent Street, Shaftesbury Avenue, Coventry Street and Haymarket. All London buses have ramp access and dedicated spaces for wheelchair users.

Nearest car park

The Cavendish London Public Car Park – 0.1 miles to 195 Piccadilly entrance.

JustPark Car Park – 0.5 miles to 195 Piccadilly entrance.

Nearest Blue Badge Parking

  • Jermyn Street: near Crockett & Jones, 1 space (0.05miles)
  • Sackville Street: near corner of Piccadilly, 2 spaces (0.06miles)
  • Saint James's Square: on street, 2 spaces (0.08miles)
  • Jermyn Street: near Tesco, 1 space (0.09miles)

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