Music for the highly successful Lifetime Original Movie. The movie premiered on Lifetime June, 2013.
THE ALCHEMIST AGENDA
Original score for THE ALCHEMIST AGENDA in competition at AMAZON studios. It has won several awards throughout the year 2011 and is now among the last 5 finalist to win the best movie of the year award. FILMINTERVIEW WITH THE DIRECTOR
Live performance of Gregor's SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS score perfomerd in Munich at the Night of Filmmusic. Münchner Rundfunkorchester conducted by Frank Zacher. Oct.22, 2011
Gregor scores Gold, Platinum and Double Platinum as producer, composer and conductor 2010/2011.
Gregor is back in the studio, writing, conducting and producing a new series of 5 albums.
"GLOBAL WARNING" NOW AVAILABLE ON DVD
Global Warning is a documentary about war, past and present. Based on the war in the Austrian-Italian alps during WWI. Why is the world still burning...?
Directed by Ernst Gossner. Written and produced by Ernst Gossner and Robert Narholz.
Music by Gregor Narholz.
Gregor composes and conducts a powerful epic and dramatic score for the Western SHADOWHEART. Set in the town of legend, New Mexico in 1865, James Conners returns to avenge his fathers death against the ruthless will tunney. a movie about revenge, redemption and long lost love.
GREGOR RECEIVES ASCAP AWARD
ASCAP honored the composers of the biggest box office film music and the most performed television music of 2004 at its 20th Annual ASCAP Film and Television Music Awards gala held on Wednesday, April 27, 2005 at the Beverly Hilton Hotel in Beverly Hills, California. Gregor received the award for his score to the animated feature The Spongebob Squarepants Movie.[on the picture: Gregor Narholz (The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie) receives his award from ASCAP's Senior Vice President Nancy Knutsen and and Executive Vice President Todd Brabec.]
GREGOR NOMINATED FOR THE ANNIE AWARDS
For his original score for the motion picture THE SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS MOVIE Gregor is nominated for Best Music in an Animated Production in the 32nd Annie Awards 2005.
The music was recorded and mixed by Peter Cobbins at Abbey Road Studios, Lonodon. The 96 piece London Metropolitan Orchestra was conducted and the entire score was orchestrated and produced by Gregor Narholz.