In 2013, CineConcerts launched with its signature concert experience, Gladiator Live – a concert hall screening of the Academy Award winning film with live orchestra performing the classic Hans Zimmer soundtrack in full, completely synchronized to picture. CineConcerts has since become the one of the world’s leading producers of live music experiences performed with visual media.

Founded by composer/conductor Justin Freer and producer/writer Brady Beaubien, CineConcerts has engaged millions of people worldwide in concert presentations that redefine the evolution of live experience. From full-length movie screenings with live orchestra to music-interactive sporting event experiences to original 3D-environment holiday programming, CineConcerts is at the forefront of live entertainment.

Since launching with Gladiator Live only three years ago, CineConcerts has quickly expanded it’s role as one of the leaders in this genre, having added such concert experiences as The Godfather In Concert, Breakfast at Tiffany’s In Concert, It’s a Wonderful Life In Concert, and the entire Harry Potter film franchise - all full-movie and full-music score concert experiences. CineConcerts has also produced and toured several successful franchise celebration concerts including Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage, a 50th anniversary concert experience to celebrate 50 years of the Star Trek franchise, and DreamWorks Animation In Concert which celebrates 20+ years of magical DWA film and music on the concert stage worldwide.

And to add to the roster, original holiday content such as A Christmas Dream will fill out the 2017 holiday season.

Justin Freer, Principal Conductor/Producer

American composer/conductor JUSTIN FREER was born and raised in Huntington Beach, CA. He has established himself as one of the West Coast’s most exciting musical voices and has quickly become a highly sought-after conductor and producer of film music concerts around the world. Freer began his formal studies on trumpet, playing in wind ensembles, marching bands and community orchestras. He quickly turned to piano and composition and composed his first work for wind ensemble at age eleven. Continuing trumpet performance while studying piano and composition, Freer saw multiple wind ensemble, choral and big band performances of his music while still a teenager and gave his professional conducting debut at age sixteen.
Continually composing for various different mediums, he has written music for world-renowned trumpeters Doc Severinson and Jens Lindemann and continues to be in demand as a composer and conductor for everything from orchestral literature to chamber music at some of the most well known concert halls, festivals, music clinics and conventions in the world. Major League Soccer called upon Freer to compose and conduct music for the 2011 and 2012 Major League Soccer Championship Cups in Los Angeles, CA. He has served as composer for several independent films and has written motion picture advertising music for some of 20th Century Fox Studios’ biggest campaigns including Avatar, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Dragonball Evolution and Aliens in the Attic. As a conductor Freer has appeared with some of the most well known orchestras in the world including the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic, New York Philharmonic, Philadelphia Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, San Francisco Symphony, St. Louis Symphony and Sydney Symphony Orchestra. In upcoming seasons he will guest conduct the Minnesota Orchestra as well as the orchestras of Chicago, Dublin, London, Paris, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Sydney, Toronto and others.

Renowned wind conductor and Oxford Round Table Scholar Dr. Rikard Hansen has noted that, “In totality, Freer’s exploration in musical sound evoke moments of highly charged drama, alarming strife and serene reflection.”

In recent seasons his works have been performed by the Musashino Academia Musicae Wind Ensemble, Texas All-State Symphonic Band, the Grand Symphonic Winds and the wind bands of the University of North Texas, Purdue University, Kansas State University, University of North Dakota, University of Illinois, Indiana University, UCLA, St. Cloud State University, and Cal State University, Los Angeles, among many others. His music has also appeared as a subject of discussion at the Oxford Round Table of Scholars and has been performed throughout the world from New York City’s Carnegie Hall to Tokyo Opera City Concert Hall.

Freer has been recognized with numerous grants and awards from organizations including ASCAP, BMI, the Society of Composers and Lyricists and the Henry Mancini Estate. He is the Founder and President of CineConcerts, a company dedicated to the preservation and concert presentation of film, TV and media music set to picture with whom he has produced, curated and conducted full length music score performances live with film for such wide ranging titles as Gladiator, The Godfather, Breakfast at Tiffany’s, It’s A Wonderful Life and most recently Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone - he also spent several years as one of the principal conductors for The Lord of the Rings Trilogy In Concert and conducted the European concert run of Titanic.

Mr. Freer earned both his B.A. and M.A. degrees in Music Composition from UCLA, where his principal composition teachers included Paul Chihara and Ian Krouse. In addition, he was mentored by legendary composer/conductor Jerry Goldsmith.

Brady Beaubien, Producer

A Stanford graduate, All-American Athlete turned creative impresario, Beaubien is the founder of Interlace Media – an enterprising motion graphics company with a specialty of integrating theatrical and television media.

The acclaimed Interlace is a premiere CG animation and advertising agency for feature films. They define global campaigns of over 100 major Hollywood movies, including Avatar, X-Men, Rio, Ice Age, and Die Hard franchises.

Beaubien co-founded CineConcerts, a company dedicated to reinventing the experience of theatrical presentation and orchestral music. CineConcerts partners with the greatest theatrical concert halls in the world, including the Sydney Opera House and Royal Albert Hall, to screen classic films while renowned orchestras perform the score for the film in real-time. Currently producing Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone In Concert, Gladiator Live, The Godfather Live and Star Trek: The Ultimate Voyage.

Beaubien also founded Interlace Design, an international architecture and design firm, currently building a new restaurant in Paris and an exclusive residence in Tokyo. His new headquarters – which he designed and built on Melrose Ave - represents a commitment to the metropolitan and interconnected providence of Los Angeles. Advanced materials and technology merge with wood, concrete and glass in an organic and modernist design. Mr. Beaubien has partnered with award winning sushi chef, Nobu Matsuhisa, to bring his new restaurant concept into the building. Mr. Beaubien also designed the restaurant.