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Ryan Shore played saxophone on Mark Ballas' (Dancing with the Stars) new album CHASING CLOUDS, in stores now.
On Feb 9, 2013 Ryan played saxophone with the great maestro John Williams. The full symphony orchestra was conducted by John Williams at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion in Los Angeles, and Ryan played the saxophone solo for The Pink Panther.
Ryan Shore has scored SCOOBY-DOO! WRESTLEMANIA MYSTERY for Warner Bros. When Shaggy and Scooby win tickets to WrestleMania, the entire gang travels in the Mystery Machine to WWE City to attend the epic event. However, when a mysterious ghostly bear appears and threatens to ruin the show, Scooby, Shaggy, Velma, Daphne and Fred work with WWE Superstars to solve the case. The film releases in the U.S. on March 25, 2014, and in the U.K. on March 24, 2014.
Ryan Shore plays the saxophones on the opening theme for the new FOX television series MULANEY (Sun/9:30p). The comedy series stars John Mulaney, Martin Short, Elliot Gould, Zack Pearlman, Seaton Smith & Nasim Pedrad. Ice-T narrates the intro.
Ryan Shore has officially signed on to score and write songs for Disney Television Animation's upcoming series Penn Zero: Part Time Hero. The show is created by Jared Bush (All of Us, Zootopia) & Sam Levine (Wreck-It Ralph, Bolt) and stars Thomas Middleditch (Silicon Valley), Adam DeVine (Pitch Perfect), Tania Gunadi (Transformers Prime), Alfred Molina (Raiders of the Lost Ark), and Larry Wilmore (The Daily Show). The animated comedy adventure series follows Penn Zero, a boy from the suburbs who inherits the coolest job ever – part-time hero and leader of a team of good guys who zap to other worlds to save the day. Penn Zero: Part Time Hero has been picked up for 42 episodes and will premiere in Feb 2015 on Disney XD, and a Christmas special will air December 2014.
Ryan Shore received an Emmy Award nomination for PBS's P.O.V. 25th Anniversary.
Ryan Shore received a Grammy Award nomination for Best Score Soundtrack for The Shrine. Also nominated for their scores in the same category are Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2, Black Swan, Tron Legacy, and The King's Speech.
Ryan Shore received a 2015 Golden Reel Award nomination for Best Direct To Video Animation for Warner Bros' SCOOBY-DOO: WRESTLEMANIA MYSTERY! Also nominated in the same category are "Star Wars: The Clone Wars Sacrifice", "The Pirate Fairy", "The Boxcar Children", and "Rainbow Brite".
Ryan Shore has been named Assistant Music Director and Contributing Composer/Arranger/Orchestrator for the 2015 Academy Awards. A huge congrats to the über-talented Stephen Oremus for being chosen as this year’s Music Director.
Ryan Shore is interviewed among notable film composers including Hans Zimmer, Mark Isham, and Christopher Young, and film critic Leonard Maltin, in Tom Hoover's new book SOUNDTRACK NATION: INTERVIEWS WITH TODAY'S TOP PROFESSIONALS IN FILM, VIDEOGAME, AND TELEVISION SCORING, in stores now.
Ryan Shore is interviewed among notable film composers including Alan Silvestri, Marc Shaiman, John Barry, John Debney, Philip Glass, Gabriel Yared, Mark Isham, Rachel Portman, John Powell, Rolfe Kent, Christopher Young, and Marco Beltrami, in Christian DesJardin's new book INSIDE FILM MUSIC: COMPOSERS SPEAK, in stores now. Shore also provides the Preliminary chapter, discussing the basics of film music.
Ryan Shore has been interviewed among fellow composers Bruce Broughton, Stewart Copeland, Charles Bernstein and more in the new book “Guerrilla Film Scoring”, currently Amazon’s #1 new release in Music Composition.