Michael Giacchino scores Zootopia

Posted on March 10, 2016 by Dan Goldwasser



In November of last year, Oscar-winning composer Michael Giacchino scored his first film for Walt Disney Animation: the smash hit Zootopia. Recording took place at the Eastwood Scoring Stage at Warner Bros., and we’ve been provided with photos from the sessions for a gallery to share with our readers!

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Tim Simonec conducts the Hollywood Studio Symphony

The violas and woodwinds

The violins perform on Zootopia

Executive Producer John Lasseter, composer Michael Giacchino and scoring mixer Joel Iwataki

Zootopia was released on March 4, 2016, and in just one week has already made over $280 million worldwide. A soundtrack album, featuring Giacchino’s score, is available from Walt Disney Records.


Music supervisor Tom MacDougall, director Byron Howard, composer Michael Giacchino, executive producer John Lasseter, director Rich Moore, and producer Clark Spencer

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Photos by Araya Diaz. Special thanks to Maria Giacchino.

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