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Simon Franglen was born on 1963 in Westminster, London, United Kingdom. Discover Simon Franglen's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 57 years old?

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It was announced that in 2020 Franglen would be composing a new large scale opera set against the backdrop of the Second World War in Asia.

In early 2020, he will be composing the score to the mythological epic Brahmastra directed by Ayan Mukerji.


In 2019 he premiered a new large scale orchestral and choral work for live performance, the oratorio "The Birth of Skies and Earth", based on the great Chinese creation myths. A ninety-minute work, with libretto in Mandarin Chinese, it premiered in Shanghai, with 176 musicians on stage, featuring a 90 piece orchestra, 80 voice choir, and six soloist singers. Subsequently it toured around China. [1]

At the beginning of 2019, he premiered the 90 minute oratorio - "The Birth of Skies and Earth".

In mid 2019, he composed the score Xiaolong Zheng's "Turandot, The Three Bracelets", a large-budget Chinese Historical Action Fantasy for release in 2020.


In 2018, he composed the scores to Peppermint (2018 film) directed by Pierre Morel, The MGM TV Series The Truth About the Harry Quebert Affair by director Jean-Jacques Annaud.


In early 2017 he worked with Pink Floyd at Abbey Road, producing 3D mixes of some of their best known tracks for an immersive installation room at the Victoria and Albert Museum exhibition Pink Floyd: Their Mortal Remains. Over 400,000 people visited the exhibition and the installation will tour around the world. [review]

He scored 'Together' - a new immersive film by director Terrence Malick which premiered at SXSW in late 2017 [3][4]


In 2016, after the tragic death of his friend, James Horner, Franglen co-composed the score to The Magnificent Seven, which Horner had commenced. He won an ASCAP award for his work. 2016 also included original music for director Terrence Malick's film Voyage of Time.

In December 2016, he premiered a new fifteen minute 3-dimensional orchestral immersive work in what CNN called 'The World's Highest Art Space' - a 240 speaker immersive experience featuring four separate complete orchestral parts, Chinese Solo instruments, choir and bells on the 2000 ft high 126th floor of the Shanghai Tower, Shanghai, China.


Franglen was responsible for the production and further composition of the music throughout Pandora–The World of Avatar which opened at Walt Disney World in Florida in May 2017, taking over duties from James Horner in 2015.. In 2018, an album of selected music from the park was released by Walt Disney Music [album]


He worked with producer David Foster on the soundtrack for The Bodyguard and later, produced Nicole Kidman and Ewan MacGregor's "Come What May" with Foster for Baz Lehrmann's Moulin Rouge!, he separately acted as vocal producer for the film songs. In 1997, he worked for the first time with James Horner on the score for Titanic, for which he won a Grammy Award as producer of My Heart Will Go On. He reconnected with Horner for Avatar, spending almost 11 months working on the score; he acted as Electronic Music Arranger and also co-write and co-produced the Golden Globe and Grammy nominated theme song. Horner and Franglen continued to work closely together from 2009 on films such as The Amazing Spider-Man, Franglen initially acting as arranger, then moving to score producer.


Franglen was persuaded by engineer/producer Humberto Gatica to move to the USA, where he became a top Los Angeles session musician and programmer.. Alongside his career on film music, Franglen has been involved in a huge number of singles and albums that have charted highly, since the early 1990s.. These include: Un-Break My Heart (Toni Braxton) Change The World (Eric Clapton) For You I Will (Monica) I Swear (All 4 One) I Have Nothing(Whitney Houston) No Matter What (Boyzone) He's produced a wide variety of material, from UK Grime Rappers like Ironik and Chip to Classical Tenors like Rolando Villazon. .