'Keeping Score with Trevor Morris'
Trevor Morris is the featured guest on our Keeping Score podcast, produced and hosted by Crossover Media's Max Horowitz. The composer tells of his experience scoring The Vikings series while giving a closer look into the cultivating tracks from The Final Season.
On air since 2013, Vikings was the US TV channel History's first original series, and was created and written by Michael Hirst. It tells the stories of the Norsemen of Scandinavia, beginning with the raid of Lindisfarne and progressing as Viking rule expanded around the world. Season 6 begins six months after the battle of Kattegat that concluded Season 5, with Bjorn as the new king.
Trevor Morris is a two-time EMMY award-winning composer for Film, Television and Interactive. He has contributed to more than 50 feature films and hundreds of hours of episodic television music. He has conducted Live concerts of his music in Spain, Poland, Canada and California. A Canadian and UK British dual citizen, he lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Internationally renowned for his music on The Tudors, The Borgias, Vikings, and feature films such as Olympus Has Fallen, The Hills Have Eyes 2, Hinter Killer and Immortals, Morris is a stylistically and musically inventive and versatile soundtrack creator.