Inon Zur

Composer, Inon Zur

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Three-time BAFTA nominated composer Inon Zur is internationally renowned for his emotionally dynamic original music scores for film, television and popular video game franchises, such as the Fallout series, Dragon Age series, Disney’s Fantasia and Prince Of Persia series. In 2016 he scored Ubisoft’s first virtual reality game, Eagle Flight, a breathtaking flight simulation experience set in the skies of Paris.

Zur’s best-selling soundtrack for Fallout 4 was selected as one of the best video game scores of 2015 by the British Academy of Film and Television Arts (BAFTA) and Classic FM. His BAFTA‐nominated score for Disney’s Fantasia was also among the honorees for “Best Video Game Music” of 2014. His upcoming projects include the highly anticipated next instalment in Microïds’ acclaimed adventure game series Syberia 3, written and directed by Benoit Sokal. Recent films include the critically acclaimed orchestral score for Lionsgate’s suspense-thriller Reclaim, starring John Cusack and Ryan Phillippe. Zur has recorded his works conducting the London Symphony Orchestra, the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields and the Chamber Orchestra of London at the legendary Abbey Road Studios. His music has also been performed in concerts worldwide by A-list orchestras including the London Philharmonic Orchestra at the Royal Festival Hall. He has also produced and collaborated with international recording artists including Idan Raichel and Florence + The Machine.

Learn more about Inon Zur at www.inonzur.com.

About Inon's Sessions

Originality Factor in Fallout Composition

Unreal Theatre

  The presentation is an in depth discussion on what makes music sounds “original”, and the different ways to achieve it. I will discuss in particular the score for Fallout 4 as an example, and play musical excerpts to demonstrate my theory. I will reveal some of my personal “secret” techniques and ways to create […]

Creation In-depth