ERIK BLICKER & GLENN SCHLOSS
Film and Television composer team
Best known for their original theme for ABC’s, ‘The View,’ original score for HBO’s documentary, ‘The Nine Lives of Marion Barry,’ and scores for Primetime Emmy award-winning show, ‘Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown,’ Erik Blicker and Glenn Schloss have firmly established themselves as a strong voice in the world of TV and Film composition.
Teaming up in 1997 to score VH1’s Top 100 series’ G&E Music was created and, later rebranded as Flavorlab Score in 2004. Followed by a run of customized scoring projects for Fox Television, ‘Megan Kelley Presents,’ History Channel’s, ‘Extreme History With Roger Daltrey,’ ‘ NBC Universals’, ‘Dark Haul’ for Synthetic Cinema and a myriad of musical campaigns for PBS KIDS. Schloss and Blicker are also one of the top played artists on ESPN.
Erik Blicker began studying guitar at the age of 11 and opened a teaching studio and music store at age 18. After a bachelor’s in music from the University of Miami he would earn his Master’s Degree in composition and Theory from Aaron Copeland School of Music studying with Jazz great Jimmy Heath.
Blicker began scoring for small film and TV projects while playing in New York City bands, which paved the way for larger scale projects. He founded G&E Music in 1997 with his musical collaborator Glenn Schloss and began a run of TV series soundtracks. These projects would lead to films scores by Blicker and Schloss. Currently, with over 75 projects to his name, Blicker has firmly established himself as a strong voice in the world of TV and film scoring.
Glenn Schloss received a Bachelor’s degree in business at Boston University’s School of Management and was part of the jazz lab program. He honed his musical skills performing in projects at Berklee School of Music and Harvard University.
As a performer, producer, drummer, keyboard player, remixer and drum circle facilitator, Glenn created FOR VIBRATION, a modern drum circle that is connecting people through the power of rhythm. Glenn currently leads a monthly drum residency in Nyack, New York and facilitates drum circles around the Tri-State area. One of his greatest rewards in life is helping people with Alzheimer’s disease rediscover their rhythm.
Glenn Schloss Interview