Prolific Los Angeles-based composer lionel Cohen has been insatiably producing music for over thirty years. He has produced countless indie artists, has commercially released over 200 albums of his original music, and has scored films for Sony Pictures, Saban Films, Gravitas Pictures, and Vertical Entertainment. His discipline and creativity have garnered him over 400 IMDb credits, millions of plays on Spotify, and tens of millions of views on YouTube. “Quantity is no substitute for quality,” he declares, “But practice does make perfect!”.
lionel has scored numerous films, including "First We Take Brooklyn", a gangster film starring Harvey Keitel and AnnaLynne McCord, "Mob Town", the true story of the biggest raid in US history, starring David Arquette, Robert Davi, and Jennifer Esposito, and "Scumbag", which won "Best Comedy" at the Philadelphia Independent Film Festival. He's also scored several award-winning documentaries, including "Fire & Water". lionel has recently finished scoring the upcoming film, "Blackjack: The Jackie Ryan Story", starring Michael Rapaport, Ashley Greene, and Brendan Thomas Lee. He has also just released his seventh Spaghetti-Western album, his fifth record of Middle-Eastern Fusion music, and is currently producing several LA-based singer/songwriters, as well as finishing up a fourth volume of his very successful "Acoustic Sessions" albums.
A private lesson with the artist to learn the technique of a craft.
Suggested class size: 1 to 2 students.
60 minutes | $200
Visiting Artist Classroom
An opportunity for a group of students to work with the artist. Sessions can be booked in a continuous block of time or can be separated into shorter time blocks that add up to the chosen length.
Suggested class size: up to 20 students in a physical classroom with a smartboard or up to 8 students fully online.
3 hours | $500
5 hours | $750
An intensive session between the artist and a small group of advanced students or emerging professionals. The goal of a master class is to work learners through the technique, presentation, or analysis of a craft, and engage deeply in the mastery of an art form. A master class is 3 hours: a 2-hour master class with a 1-hour follow-up within 1 to 2 weeks of the masterclass to see how the participant(s) applied the guidance and feedback.
Suggested class size: up to 8 students.