Marmoset Artists Featured on MasterClass

Whether you’re looking to sharpen a skill set or seeking inspiration from a legend, we’re sure you’ve stumbled upon MasterClass by now. In case you haven’t, it’s a treasure trove of wisdom from experts, professionals, and creatives in almost every field imaginable — from Serena Williams teaching us how to throw down in tennis, to Dr. Jane Goodall instilling the power of conservation. You’ll find the series also dually serves as a list of people you wouldn’t mind getting trapped inside an elevator with.

Aside from the stellar lecturers, we’re honored to be working with the prestigious MasterClass to feature Marmoset music throughout its trailers and lessons. New York composer, Lee Brooks, showcases “Return of Ulysses” in the Helen Mirren’s Teaches Acting trailer. Much like his other work, the song is perfectly brooding and engaging, cinematic in every quality. The timeless aesthetic compliments the sophisticated Helen Mirren and her acting overview. Catch the trailer below.

Other showcased work includes Keen Collective’s “Daydreams” spotted in Gordon Ramsay's trailer. While we’re usually accustomed to a more chaotic vibe when the notorious chef appears on-screen, “Daydreams” paints a different picture. The song serves as a dreamy and tranquil landscape, a superbly balanced pairing with Ramsay’s food creations. Okay, now we’re hungry. Check it out for yourself.

You can also spot Keen Collective’s “Symphony of Light” on Dr. Jane Goodall's trailer here.

Shifting gears in mood, we wanted to give a big nod to Brooklyn based producer and instrumentalist, SNVRS. Woven into Stephen Curry’s Teaches Shooting, Ball-Handling, and Scoring trailer, “Caught the Feeling” serves as the punchy hip-hop beats -- the energetic wave needed to keep the audience on the ball. You can dig more into SNVRS’s impressive roster of music here, along with the MasterClass trailer below.

Posted on January 16, 2018 and filed under Marmoset.