Breaking The Waves: Episode Four - Interview with Jason Cullimore Part 1


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Jason Cullimore has had a career with Regina’s Talking Dog Studios, leading him to compose work on the popular children’s programs “Incredible Story Studio” and “2030 CE”, the latter of which was nominated for a Gemini for its soundtrack. Pursuing every composition opportunity he was offered, writing for chamber ensembles, symphony orchestras, film and television productions, theatre and ballet productions, and recording projects. He is now one of Saskatchewan’s most well-known composers of both soundtracks and orchestral concert music.

In this first part of a two-part interview, Brandon-Shea Mutala sits down with Cullimore to discuss the state of electronic music, and how Cullimore uses the computer as a tool to broaden his abilities as a composer. We also talk about his score that he wrote for the classic silent film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari which was performed in 2016 by ten musicians, in sync to the film, at the climax of Regina's German Expressionism festival.


BREAKING THE WAVES, with host Brandon-Shea Mutala, explores the world of ambient and melodic electronic soundtracks.


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