Christine Smith is co-founder and co-owner of Frosted Lens Entertainment, an entertainment and informational content development company. Prior to her work at Frosted Lens, she held the position of Sound & Music Director/Composer-in-Residence for RPR Studios. Her work has been heard in award-winning films, commercials, and promotional videos. She is currently the host and editor of the podcast "Musicians vs the World" where she explores the many aspects of Musician life.
A classically trained pianist, Christine studied with concert pianists Adelina Krivoshena and Asya Markova in her youth. She continued her studies in Piano Performance at Brigham Young University studying with Dr. Jeffrey Shumway and Dr. Scott Holden.
Since then Christine has enjoyed performing in solo recitals and in collaboration with various musicians, bands, and ensembles across the country. Though her first love is classical music, she has had the pleasure of working and learning from great musicians of all genres. She has performed as soloist, collaborator, and conductor. And because she loves teaching almost as much as she loves performing, she coaches a few favorite piano students in her home-town studio.
“This is a moment to cherish…not everybody gets to do these kind of things.”
Mark Evitts is an accomplished American composer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist whose career spans multiple genres and has led him from Nashville to The Grand Ole Oprey and Carnegie Hall. He joins Christine today to talk about his career and to share insight into his latest project: composing music for Apple TV+’s animated series “Frog and Toad.”
Sherri Chung has been recognized internationally as a trailblazing composer for film and television. From her beginnings as a classical pianist to award-winning composer, she has been recognized internationally as a trailblazer throughout her career. In 2022, she created history by being elected as the first female governor of the Television Academy’s music branch. In this latest episode, Sherri talks about her career, her work on HBO Max/Amblin’s animated series “Gremlins: Secrets of the Mogwai,” the Television Academy’s music branch and her role in it, and the future of music and the Emmys.
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