Attractions and Events

Musicians and composers all around the world use Garritan sound libraries in film, television, live concerts, theatre, ballet, interactive games, and events. Check it out for yourself!

MTV Movie Awards

In the MTV Music Awards event held several years ago, you could hear the sounds of Personal Orchestra. Jeremy Soule, Crispin Hands and Julian Soule composed much of the music for the awards ceremony.

macyparade-bChicago Thanksgiving Day Parade

Steve Goers, a grammy-nominated composer in Chicago, wrote the music for the first authorized musical adaptation of “Where the Wild Things Are”. A segment of the musical was performed during the Chicago Thanksgiving Day Parade, which was broadcast nationwide on ABC!

caregivers-bGala Celebration of Caregivers

The Garritan Personal Orchestra sound library was used for the theme music of Rosalyn Carter’s Celebration of Caregivers at Atlanta Symphony Hall. Dan Veach composed the theme music ” Those Who Care” for this gala event, which was attended by Rosalynn and Jimmy Carter, with performances by Clay Aiken and Danica Tisdaleas, as well as appearances by Dr. Neil Shulman, the “Real Doc Hollywood,” and WSB-TVs Monica Kaufman.

museummusic-bThe Museum of Making Music

Garritan Personal Orchestra and the multimedia “GPO AUDITION” was exhibited at the MUSEUM OF MAKING MUSIC in Carlsbad, California this past summer. The Museum wanted a presentation that could be easily understood by the public, as well as convey the scope of the orchestra.

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