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Daniel Slatkin is an internationally recognized, award-winning composer and multi-instrumentalist.

Rooted in both orchestral and electronic music from his experience as a pianist and DJ, "Voyager 130", a major work Slatkin composed for symphony orchestra, will receive its world premiere during the 2024/25 concert season with the National Symphony Orchestra in Dublin, Ireland, as well as subsequent performances with the Orchestre National de Lyon, the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, the Orquesta Filarmónica de Gran Canaria, and others to be announced. His first concert work, "In Fields", commissioned and premiered by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, was recorded by the Manhattan School of Music Symphony Orchestra and released on Naxos Records.

As for his film music, Slatkin scored the SportsCenter Featured documentary, “Awaken: The Morgan Hoffmann Story,” for ESPN, and conducted the strings of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra for his score to “Gradually, Then Suddenly: The Bankruptcy of Detroit,” a feature documentary which received the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film.

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A classically trained harpist and flutist, Bridget Slatkin contributes creatively on projects, likening her role to a music producer. Currently acquiring graduate-level knowledge at University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business and School of Cinematic Arts, she ensures the behind the scenes operation  is a carefully maintained, well-oiled machine.

Offering a business-minded perspective, she is the yin to Daniel's yang, and between the two of them, all aspects of film music production, both creative and practical, are covered.

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