With Focus on the Family recently releasing Jared’s score to their 2001 production of Les Miserables to iTunes, REEL MUSIC recognized the score in the “Best Score, New Archival (Digital) Release” category.  While the score did not win the award, it placed in the top 5.  Click HERE to see the results.

“Jared DePasquale continues to impress (he won “Best Score – Other Media” at the 2015 Reel Music Awards) with another excellent score a radio dramatization of Victor Hugo’s Les Misérables. It’s a wonderfully melodic and thematic score that continues the tradition of this classic novel inspiring composers to write excellent music.”

The Les Miserables adaptation was produced by Dave Arnold and Paul McCusker and starred Brian Blessed (Star Wars the Phantom Menace, Tarzan, Robin Hood Prince of Thieves) as Jean Valjean.

This score was Jared’s first experience conducting a larger sized orchestra in a premier recording facility.  The score was recorded and mixed by Grammy nominated engineer, Terry Christian, and was recorded at Nashville’s Ocean Way studio. The score can be purchased HERE.


One thought on “Les Miserables, 2017 REEL Music Film & TV Awards

  1. Brian 3 years ago

    I purchased a hiding place many years ago and loved it. Jared is an amazingly talented musician

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