Marc Sylvan

British

Marc’s skillful blending of compositional imagination and skill as a sound designer have led to a ceaseless and demanding workload in the world of entertainment TV. His many credits in this area include The Crystal Maze, Pointless, The Million Pound Drop, Total Wipeout, Tipping Point, Golden Balls and the delightfully-named 101 Ways to Leave a Gameshow. Marc is also active as a composer for video games (where he has worked with Richard Jacques on many titles including Sonic & Sega All Stars Racing, Sega Superstars Tennis, Family Game Night and The Club), corporate films, animated films and commercials.

http://www.marcsylvanmusic.co.uk

News & Reviews

Marc Sylvan Writes Music for Total Wipeout

Marc Sylvan provided the music for BBC One's extraordinary new game show Total Wipeout, amassing 7,000,000 views on it's first transmission. Presented by Richard Hammond and Amanda Byram, the show challenges contestants to conquer one of television's largest and most extreme obstacle courses in the hope of winning the £10,000 cash prize. Read more

Marc Sylvan Music for ‘The Kids are All Right’

Marc Sylvan has composed the music for BBC1’s new Saturday night quiz-show, The Kids are All Right. Hosted by John Barrowman, the show pits a team of adults against a group of super-smart, super-fast ‘Superkids’. Thousands of pounds are at stake as the kids try to prove that they really are ‘All Right’. The Kids are All Right is produced by Initial (an Endemol company) and starts to air weekly from Saturday 12th April, at 6:05pm on BBC1. Read more

Site Search

Newsletter sign-up

Submit your email address here to receive the latest news and special offers from Faber Music

Score Availability

It is possible in certain circumstances to purchase some scores direct from the Hire Library, even if advertised as available only for hire.

Please Contact the Hire Library:
Tel: +44 (0)1279 828904
Email: hire@fabermusic.com

Take a look

Malcolm Arnold

‘...this unashamed eclectic, is also a great and sorely neglected symphonist.  Number seven is a huge,...

read more