Rolfe Kent scores Labor Day
Posted on March 3, 2014 by Dan Goldwasser
Last year, composer Rolfe Kent was at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros. recording his score for the new Jason Reitman film, Labor Day. Released on January 31, 2014, the film, which stars Kate Winslet and Josh Brolin, marks the fourth time that Reitman and Kent had worked together.
Rolfe Kent conducted a 44-piece string and piano ensemble of the Hollywood Studio Symphony at the Eastwood Scoring Stage.
Composer Rolfe Kent gives feedback to the violins
Pianist Tom Ranier
In the booth, Kent was supported by scoring mixer Greg Townley, score mixing assistant Kyle Biane, orchestrator Tony Blondal and music editor Nick South. Film editor Dana Glauberman and director Jason Reitman were also there to give feedback and notes.
Score mixing assistant Kyle Biane, director Jason Reitman, film editor Dana Glauberman, ProTools recordist Ryan Robinson, composer Rolfe Kent, music editor Nick South (rear), and scoring mixer Greg Townley
Composer Rolfe Kent speaks to director Jason Reitman and the music team
Scoring mixer Greg Townley and scoring recordist Tom Hardisty
Orchestrator Tony Blondal reviews a cue