Workshop by Music Director Andrew Fryer at AAFT

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Noida: The AAFT School of Cinema organized a film & music workshop for all those students who are keen in learning music for Cinema and its technics. An international star Andrew Fryer Dean of the School of Film, Music and Performing Arts at Leeds Beckett University took the workshop.

 “Andrew Fryer is a songwriter and music producer with 20 years of experience in the music industry, working for Warner Chappell Music, Polydor Records, BBC TV and Radio, film production companies, numerous independent record labels, as well as building and running his own recording studios,” introduced Sandeep Marwah President of AAFT.

 Andrew has engineered and produced over 5,000 songs, working with artists across all musical genres, including Chaka Kahn, Jeff Beck, Billy Bragg, The James Brown Band, David Heneker, Blak Twang, David Arnold, John Hegley, Glen Matlock (Sex Pistols), The Stupids and John Shuttleworth. As a songwriter, he has sold millions of copies of his music and won awards in the USA for his ‘Legends of the Celts’ album by Ceredwen.

 Film projects Andrew has worked on include The Full Monty, Love Actually and The First Film (the story of the first cinematographer, the Leeds-based Louis Le Prince). He lectures internationally on aspects of Film, Music and Performing Arts. As a descendent of the Shakespearian actor, Edward Juby, he performed with the Romanian National Theatre at the Sibiu International Festival of Theatre in June 2016 and 2017, and at the Edinburgh Festival in August 2017 with Richard Demarco.

 “What a great pleasure to be in India and teaching Indian students at AAFT. I found students at AAFT very intelligent and enthusiastic to learn,” said Andrew who  is also  a Board member of Phoenix Dance Theatre, the Leeds Dance Partnership, the Yorkshire Screen Hub and a founder member of UK Music Academic Partnership.