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Smithsonian Institution
(Media and Entertainment)
United Nations
(Politics)
Nadia Boulanger
(Music)
Fortune 500
(Finance and Banking)
Star Trek
(Movie)
 

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Carl Schurtz

Knowledge Identifier: +Carl_Schurtz

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Carl Schurtz

American musician and business man add

Category: Music

Born in 1958.

Countries: United States (25%), France (25%), Washington (25%)

Main connections: Smithsonian Institution, United Nations, Nadia Boulanger

Linked to: New West Symphony, Juilliard School, Museum of Modern Art, Rutgers University

 

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Carl Schurtz was born in 1958 add something


1979

During the summer of 1979 he studied composition with Nadia Boulanger at the American Conservatory in Fontainebleau , France add something

 

In 1979, continued his classical music work, joining together with other composers to form the performance and music development group, "Sonic Union" add something


1980

During the 1980s he was commissioned by Fortune 500 companies to develop musical soundtracks for events, corporate image and informational videos add something


1988

The United Nations commissioned an orchestral score from him for their 40th Anniversary film "Why", which was broadcast worldwide on United Nations Day, October 24, 1988 add something


1992

In 1992 he was chosen to create the music and effects for the "Star Trek" retrospective at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC. add something

 

In 1992, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his career in film and television add something


1996

In 1996, began a post-production company and created final mixed audio tracks for broadcast and theatrical distribution add something


1999

IndustryRadio.com was created by Schurtz in 1999 add something


2001

In 2001 Schurtz joined the New West Symphony as a member of the Board of Directors add something


2003

Celebrity Crime Club was first broadcast in 2003, and currently airs on 55 radio stations across the US. Schurtz created this daily radio feature and developed a successful new program with its own brand add something

 

The program won a Silver Mic award for in 2003 add something


2006

In 2006, at the Board's request, he became Senior Director of the Los Angeles Series add something


2008

He was named Executive Director of The Coalition for fire safe communities in November 2008, and Executive Director of the ://www add something