Evan Wilson Music: News
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buy and listen to THE STILL POINT ep:


Composed original music for 6-part Netflix docuseries, FEARLESS. Premiering August 19.


Released an album of piano and violin tracks. All tracks are available for license through ScoreAScore Publishing! Check out an excerpt:


Composed the score for the Dominican film Morir Soņando:. Theatrical release May.

Licensed several tracks to Neflix for Season 1 of Chef's Table


A recent project for National Geographic: the World Wall, a video installation in the Museum atrium. Thanks to Alex Alexander for the percussion!

National Geographic - World Wall from Evan Wilson Music on Vimeo.



GenArt invited Pepper and Paul -- an inspring, cinematic shopping experience -- out to the 2014 Collective at the Sundance Film Festival. We premiered our short film pilot, and talked about the development of the business.
With Pepper and Paul, music is featured heavily, a great opportunity for me and future collaborators!

Check out the short film:


The team:


Ponchao wins the Audience Award at the LA Latino Film Festival!


A couple of premieres coming soon!

Pedestrian: September 21, Coney Island Film Festival

Ponchao: Early October (will post specific date and time soon), Latino International Film Festival

If you read Spanish, check out a couple of articles on Ponchao. This is going to be fantastic!
Noticias Sin
Hoy Digital


The trailer for "Ponchao":


I've started working on Josh Crook's and Manny Perez's awesome new feature, "Ponchao." Really psyched to write the score for this hearfelt baseball comedy. Here's some news about it, in Espanol: Arte y Medio


The start of a busy couple of months begins with work on the psychological thriller, "Pedestrian." Check out the trailer on the film's website and Facebook. The score features the amazing talents of Peter Evans and Dan Peck. Check out a shot of the score!


I'm excited to share that "Tick Tock Time Emporium" has US distribution! The short is part of the launch of SeedandSpark, a cool new streaming platform that makes films available for purchase ($.99 for shorts and $2.99 for features). Check out the trailer


I recently licesned music from my library for the Atavist's Stowaway, a enhanced E-comic. My good buddy Josh Neufeld drew the story and the folks at the Atavist pimped it up with beautiful bells & whistles! Check out this video about the process (the music in the video is mine and from the project)!


The film "Welcome Home" for the House & Home exhibit has been receiving many positive reviews. Here's a behind-the-scenes video with the director and producer, featuring my music from the project:


Come hear me play at Rockwood Stage 1, Saturday July 11 at 6pm! It might be a while before I get to perform these songs again because I'm starting on some music for a new film (more on THAT later), so come and hang... IT'S FREE!

Rockwood Music Hall
196 Allen Street, NYC 10002
Google Map


I recently wrote music for a specially commissioned film on American Architecture for the House & Home exhibit at the National Building Museum in Washington D.C. In collaboration with Local Projects. Here's the exhibition's website: www.nationalbuildindmuseum.com

"House & Home...explores a subject so wide and so fundamental to American life that it inevitably touches the pleasure buttons of nostalgia."The Washington Post


Forged is now airing on Showtime through June. Check here for airtimes: www.showtime.com


If you're in the New York area, come see me play songs from the new EP at Rockwood Music Hall this Friday (April 27th) at 7:30. I'll be opening for my buddy, Paul Josephs and it's going to be a great night! Here's Rockwood's info: www.rockwoodmusichall.com


In between all my other projects, I managed to produce and record an EP of 5 of my songs. The collection, "The Still Point" is now available to purchase on iTunes and Amazon. You can also listen to it on Spotify.

AND, in support of the album, my friend and supremely talented director, Will Wedig, shot a video for the song "The Dreamer." If you like it, please hit the "Like" button on the Youtube page and leave a comment...would love to hear from you!


Some very kind words about my music for Forged:

"The musical score is BEAUTIFUL, which actually took me by surprise for such a gritty movie. The musical queues are pretty much flawless and add some hope to an otherwise hopeless story." (Film Equals)

So, you can watch and hear the film, as it is now officially on Netflix


La Soga is playing on MTV3 this month. Be sure to check it out!


Crayola recently licensed some of my music for a commercial. Here it is!

In support of Occupy Wall Street, I brought together award-winning filmmakers to create a video for one of my songs. I hope this collaboration reflects the energy of the protesters and provides inspiration to the millions of worldwide people fighting greed at the expense of humanity.


"Forged" is now out on DVD and available at major retailers (Amazon, WalMart, Best Buy, Blockbuster, Barnes&Noble).

Pick up a copy and "take time to see this amazing film!" (Jeri Jacquin, Movie-Maven)

An amazing review for "Forged" from the

The new website for "Forged" is up! Check it out: www.forgedmovie.com

Also, here's a behind the scenes clip about the team behind the film:

"Forged" will be released theatrically on July 29 by Maya Entertainment!
Learn more about the film here: www.forgedmovie.com
and join the Facebook page here: Forged on Facebook

Check out the trailer, which features music from the film:


"La Soga" is finally out in stores and on Netflix! Buy a copy here:

Screen Media Films (Enter the code LASOGA for a 40% discount!)


"A Kiss of Chaos" is out on DVD and on Netflix...check it out!

Also, "Forged" will show in the San Diego Latino Film Festival in mid-March. You can find out info here: Media Arts Center


I've begun work on Morgan Faust's new short film, "The Tick-Tock Time Emporium." A great little film by a super talented filmmaker!


My score for "La Soga" won an Agave Award for Best Music at the Oaxaca International Film Festival!!! The film also won Best Film and Best Screenplay. Congrats to the whole crew!

Also, "Forged" won Outstanding Feature Film at the Providence Latin American Film Festival!!!

"A Must See Independent Film"


"La Soga" opens in select theaters Aug 13th! Check out the new website for theater listings:



Some Press about "Forged:"

The Times Leader

"Forged" won Best Feature at the HBO NY Latino Film Fest!!! An awesome surprise as it heads out to LA for the LA Latino Film Festival in August (www.latinofilm.org)

Director William Wedig and Producer Joe Van Wie accepting the Best Feature Award

"Forged" has been accepted into the 2010 HBO NY Latino Film Festival! This is a great start for an exciting little film. More to come!


Great news: "La Soga" will be released in theaters this August! There will be a simultaneous release in NY, Boston, and the Dominican Republic initially, with more cities to follow. As the date gets closer, I'll give more info. For now, check out the trailer here: "La Soga" Trailer

Also, another review about "A Kiss of Chaos." Click here: Movie Critical


"A Kiss of Chaos" will be showing at the 2010 Soho International Film Festival! The festival runs from February 18-21. More info here: www.siffnyc.com

Also, an old but good review of "A Kiss of Chaos." Click here: www.mibodegaonline.com


Good news for "La Soga" around the corner. But for now, this little tidbit: "La Soga" won the Bahamas Film Festival!!!


As "La Soga" continues to tour the film festival circuit, here are some of the glowing reviews and articles written about it:

La Times 1
LA Times 2 (Oooh...controversy!)
Movie Moxie


The score for "La Soga" is in the can! I'm proud to say it's my best work yet, featuring the talents of many amazing musicians (more on that later...). La Soga will be premiering at this year's Toronto International Film Festival. Response for this film so far at private screenings has been phenomenal, including this blurb:

"A searing portrayal of a killer's quest for redemption..."La Soga" is many things: a crime story, a love story, and a no-holds-barred examination of the costs of vengeance. It is also flat-out brilliant."
- Junot Diaz,
Pulitzer Prize-winning author of
The Brief Wondrous LIfe of Oscar Wao

In addition, I've started work on Will Wedig's next film, "Forged." This one will be another standout!


The website for "La Soga" is up and looks great! Click on the logo below to check out the trailer, news, and cast bios:


Things have gotten extremely busy! Work continues on "La Soga" and will wrap up in May. In addition, I wrote some music for Nickelodeon, which will be posted on the 'Film' page soon. I was also asked to participate in the ASCAP/Columbia Film Music Scoring Workshop. I worked with director Morgan Faust to produce the 2009 Columbia Film Festival Trailer. This was a special experience--I wrote, orchestrated and conducted music for a chamber orchestra (consisting of NYC's top musicians) that was then recorded and mixed at famed Legacy Studios. You can see the result here: http://www.cufilmfest.com


I've started work on the score for "La Soga," a new feature film by Josh Crook. The movie was shot in the Dominican Republic, featuring the gorgeous cinematography of Zeus Morand. This project is chock full of music--in addition to the awesome source music by a variety of Dominican artists, my own compositions range in style from solo guitar to bracing atmospheric sounds inspired by the dreamlike quality of the film. Look out for this one!


Quick update: I've finished music on another series of children's audio books for Live Oak Media. The series, called Robin Hill School will be out soon. For all those with youngsters learning to read, you can buy them (along with "Earl the Squirrel," for which I also wrote the music) here:


In a brief lull, I finally found time to update the calendar. I've been busy the past couple of months with two main projects.

First, I wrote the music to the audio book version of the classic children's book "Earl the Squirrel." The audio book is being produced by John Marshall Sound, who recentely helped record the Grammy Award winning audio-book "Lies And The Lying Liars Who Tell Them: A Fair And Balanced Look At The Right" by Al Franken. "Earl the Squirel" is still being finished, so I have no links or info on where to buy yet. But I'll post a short sample when I can.

Second (and much more time-consuming), I've composed and produced the score to the thriller "A Kiss of Chaos." I think this is my best score yet, featuring my own guitar playing on many cues. The movie itself is a notch above most urban thrillers, incorporating several layers of metaphor into the ol' drug-deal-gone-bad story. Plus, the cast is a great collection of indie up-and-comers. Keep an eye out for it!


May 9& 10
Two more showing of "If You Can't Get There From Here ... Stand Still" (see below). These perormances are part of an evening of new dance works hosted by the Alaine Handa Dance Co.

Merce Cunningham Studio Theater
Berita - 9 pm
55 Bethune St (11th floor)
New York NY
Price: $15
tickets at: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/31177


March 15 & 16
Sasha Soreff Dance Company Two work-in-progress showings of a collaborative dance piece. Sasha Soreff Dance Theater will present our new piece "If You Can't Get There From Here...Stand Still." The work is set to my original music. The March 15th showing is at the Ailey Studios from 6:30-8pm and the March 16th showing is at Greenspace at 7pm (click on image below for details). The formal premiere will take place sometime in April at the Merce Cunningham Studio (more to follow on that). I'm proud of this piece, scored for four electric guitars and electronics. Come see what I've been up to!

Click the following link to listen to a section of the piece: Stand Still Coda


December 6-9
DirectorFest 2007 I wrote music for "Autophagy," a one-act play by Sean Graney, directed by Joanie Schultz. Joanie is an extremely talented theater director working in Chicago (www.joanieschultz.com) and is one of this year's four Drama League Directing Fellows. Fans of Damien Rice and Nick Drake will like my music for this one! DirectorFest 2007 will play the Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex, located in Manhattan at 312 West 36th Street. Tickets are available by visiting www.SmartTix.com or by calling (212) 868-4444. Click on the picture for full details:


November 13
"Tantrum (Rise of the Dead)" is being released by Lions Gate Films! Buy or rent it here:



May 15-25
I took part in NYU/ASCAP's Film Scoring Workshop. It was an inspiring experience and one that I can definitely recommend to any aspiring film composers. We recorded our cues with an orchestra of top-flight NYC musicians.

You can hear the music (and see the clip) I worked on over on the 'Film' page. Click here.


January 19-27
"Salvage" is showing on Showtime's The Movie Channel (TMC)

Check here for specific times


October 29, 8:00pm
The Trondheim Symphony Chamber Concert
Trondheim, Norway
Performance of call—distance—response.


October 17
"Salvage" is now out on DVD and available at major retailers!!