The Scoring House is a powerful new presence on the independent production music scene. The label is run by a team of industry luminaries who work closely with the label’s star writers and performers to ensure that all the music they produce is bursting with emotion, craft, virtuoso performances and creative spirit.
The Scoring House team’s refreshingly different treatment of its prime asset – its composers – results in breathtaking music for the label’s many leading-edge clients in the world’s of film, TV and beyond. From Hollywood grandeur to urban noir, this is music from the drawer marked Superior Quality. And it’s only the beginning. Prepare to be inspired.
What We Do
The Scoring House has been formed to do things differently. And to do things better. Founded by a team of industry luminaries, they’ve put their impressive roster of composers at the heart of everything they do. Rather than use writers to produce music-by-the-yard, the new label adopts a “hands on” approach to music production.
As well as spending time with composers in their studios nurturing projects to completion, the team run their much talked about “composer’s evenings.” These creative gatherings allow everyone to exchange ideas and musical experiences, and is just one of the many ways in which the label demonstrates its commitment to quality and excellence.
But then you’d expect nothing less from the key members of the Scoring House Team. Their credentials are impressive. Peter Cox is the label’s Creative Director. He previously helmed KPM – one of the largest production music houses in the world. Richard Harvey is a highly regarded musician and producer with numerous landmark recordings to his name. Next is Tim Hardy, who cut his teeth at EMI, and the team is completed by Amy Little, a rare combination of the “practical and the creative.”
In the words of Peter Cox, The Scoring House is “building a varied and prestigious library with the emphasis on inspiration. The Scoring House will showcase virtuoso musicianship with creative spirit. And it wont be boring or predictable. Of that I can assure you!”