Jonn was comissioned to compose the music for the world's first interactive planetarium theatre production about the advanced application of robotics in space with Lucasfilm and the Rose Center Of Earth and Space in New York City. His music has been heard in theatres worldwide including London, Munich, Sweden, Japan, China, Canada, South America and Australia.
He scored theIMAX Corporation and Space Telescope Science Institute film"Galaxies Across Space And Time"about the Deep Field survey of galaxies researched at the edge of the known universe.
The film won major award categories at the Large
Format Academy Awards in Los Angeles.
Jonn's music is
also featured in the planetarium theatre aboard the Queen Mary II, the world's most advanced cruise ship.
The Planetarium theatre on board the Queen Mary II was designed and built by Sky Skan, Inc.
Steve Savage, President Glenn Smith, Project Manager
"Power And Grace"
EAA Oshkosh Theatre In The Woods Concert presentation with Jonn Serrie
His music is used in World's Fair exhibits around the globe, including the Futures Pavilion in Seville that recieved first place for Best Science Exhibit. Jonn has contributed music to PBS (John Glenn an American Hero), the Discovery Channel "Wings" series, the Weather Channel, the U.S.Navy Blue Angels, custom music for aviation's aerobatic champion, Patty Wagstaff and a unique presentation of educational narrative and live music with NASA astronaut Story Musgrave called "Space Stories".
"Nobody sets foot on stage with Story without being Instrument Rated..."
Just to make sure I had the honor, I earned the Commercial Rating as well.
Jonn composed music for the hit Hollywood film "What The Bleep Do We Know?" starring Academy Award winner Marlee Matlin and a cast of reknown scientists, physicists and thinkers from around the world.
Jonn performed at the Anniversary Celebration of Apollo 11 with Neil Armstrong in attendance, televised worldwide live from Cape Canaveral, as well as premier performances at the Ansari X-Prize, the International Space DevelopmentConsortium in Washington, DC and the 30th Annual Space Symposiumwith David Arkenstone and Cirque De La Symphonieheld in Colorado Springs.
Neil Armstrong X-15 pre-flight 1961
Go for it everyday...
"My music exists to help us explore a sense of ourselves and our place in the universe".