Jonn Serrie is at the forefront of the electronic music industry. His visionary compositional skills have revolutionized today’s contemporary electronic music.
Along with his extensive portfolio of recordings, Serrie’s list of achievements and contributions is both diverse and esteemed. He was commissioned to compose the music for the world’s first interactive planetarium production with Star Wars creator George Lucas and the Hayden Planetarium in New York City. His music has been heard in literally hundreds of theatres worldwide including England, Germany, Italy, Sweden, Japan, China, Canada, South America, Australia and many others. He recently completed a project with IMAX Corporation and the Space Telescope Science Institute on a feature film about the discovery of Deep Field galaxies beyond the known universe. The film won first place in the Large Format Film Festival in Los Angeles. Jonn’s music is also featured in the new planetarium theatre on the Queen Mary 2, the world’s largest and most advanced luxury cruise ship in the world.
His music is used in World’s Fair exhibits around the globe, including the Futures Pavilion in Seville that won first place for the best science exhibit. Jonn contributed music to PBS (John Glenn; an American Hero), the Discovery Channel (Wings series), the Weather Channel, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, custom music for aviation’s top female aerobatic champion Patty Wagstaff, music for legendary pilot Pat Epps and a unique presentation of educational narrative and live music with NASA astronaut Story Musgrave called Space Stories. Jonn is a FAA licensed pilot with advanced instrument and commercial ratings and flies for the U.S. Air Force auxiliaryas a search and rescue pilot.
Jonn has composed music for the hit Hollywood film What The Bleep Do We Know? starring Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin and for Academy Award winner David Carradine’s Tai Chi series.
Jonn performed at the anniversary celebration of Apollo 11 televised worldwide from Cape Canaveral, as well as premier performances at the Ansari X-Prize and International Space Development Consortium events in Washington, DC. He has performed before world leaders at the Carter Center in Atlanta and major corporate, astronomy and New Thought events around the country. Jonn also sponsors the Galaxy Music Scholarship, a $1,000 prize awarded to graduating high school music students. Jonn’s music is also utilized in the medical community for sleep research and music therapy for autistic children.
The music of Jonn Serrie embraces the expansiveness of space with the intelligent use of melody. He has made space understandable and the soul accessible.
“My music exists to help us explore a sense of ourselves and our place in the Universe.”
"Serrie evokes timeless feelings, anchors us in the familiar and gives himself plenty of room to play with new sonorities." ~ Keyboard Magazine
CEO at WorldSound Productions, Inc.
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