Composer Alison Plante
Alison Plante, the composer behind Treble Cove Music, studied at the University of Chicago and the University of Cambridge, and currently serves as Chair of the Film Scoring Department at Berklee College of Music. She plays keyboard and wind instruments, performed in a Gamelan for three years, and has conducted both orchestra and choir.
Her composition honors include:
- The Janet Gates Peckham International Award for Excellence in the Arts
- The Olga and Paul Menn Foundation Prize for an original literary or musical work
Her scoring credits include seven educational television series for the Annenberg Channel; History Channel specials Bible Battles and Aftershock: Beyond the Civil War; documentary feature American Meat; national TV spots, trailers, and corporate identity music for Duracell, Kodak, Sodexho, Spalding Sports, W.B. Mason, GMAC, Animal Planet, the National Geographic Channel, and the Pan Mass Challenge, among others. Other credits include live action and animated shorts, theater (with a speciality in puppetry), and multimedia museum installations for the Smithsonian Institution and the Harvard Museum of Natural History.
Photographer: Suzie Katayama
Session: Warner Brothers Eastwood Scoring Stage, "Trimountaine," 2015