The Return of Draw Egan

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WORLD PREMIERE OF A NEW ORCHESTRAL SCORE

This event inaugurates the Jon Vickers Film Scoring Award, which was presented to Ari Fisher in May of 2015 as a commission to create an orchestral score for The Return of Draw Egan. This annual award is endowed by a gift from former IU trustee, the Honorable P.A. Mack Jr. Through a juried competition, the commission will be awarded each year to a student from the composition department in the Jacobs School of Music. This presentation includes IU students in the roles of composer, conductor, musicians, audio technicians, projectionist, house managers, and ushers.


ARI FISHER Ari Barack Fisher is a master’s student studying composition in the Jacobs School of Music (JSoM), where he has been a student of Mischa Zupko, Don Freund, Claude Baker, Aaron Travers, and Sven David Sandstrom. He is the recipient of the inaugural Jon Vickers Film Scoring Award with his score for The Return of Draw Egan. As a JSoM freshman, Ari won the commission to score the 1922 silent version of David Copperfield, which premiered at IU Cinema in 2012. Ari has also composed for concert, commercials, film, and videogames, and his piece Springtime in my Hometown toured South Korea.

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