31368 Via Colinas #102
Westlake Village, CA 91362
Britlin Lee Furst is a professional session singer and Television composer, as well as an active member of the AWFC (Alliance for Women Film Composers). Her voice has been featured in films including “Cold Moon”, starring Christopher Lloyd and Josh Stewart, along with “6 Below: Miracle On the Mountain”, starring Josh Hartnett and Mira Sorvino. She recently debuted a title credit as the main titles/main themes composer for Lifetime Movie, “Bad Stepmother”. Her rendition of “The First Noel” was placed into a Hallmark Christmas film (“Christmas In Homestead”). She’s also performed/recorded harmonies for records by Oscar and Grammy winning producer Robert Lee Smith of Defy Recordings, and Dave Eugene Jenkins of Fresh Ground Records.
On her latest vocal/synth soundtrack release, Fleur de Lis, she was given a stellar review by the highly recognized and respected Hollywood composer and orchestrator, Penka Kouneva:
“Britlin Lee has created a personal, powerful and emotional narrative. I highly recommend it to all – modern instrumental music that is rewarding for the ears, mind and heart. Cinematic music with a point-of-view and attitude that tells a personal story. Britlin is very talented, creative and musical. Bravo!”
Britlin has performed in choir since high school, when her voice inspired choral composer extraordinaire, Eric Whitacre, to create his Virtual Choir (as seen on TED Talks). Known for her ethereal, boy-soprano voice, Britlin continues to sing locally while following her passion for film scoring. She also features students and local artists in her music and gives opportunities to audition for session singing.
Britlin’s lessons include audition preparation, harmonizing/improvising exercises, exploration of various genres, and sight-singing/theory.
Instruments: Voice, Piano, Songwriting, Composition.