June 24, 2015

Rob's choral work "Hear My Prayer, O Lord" was released by publishing giant Hal Leonard in their John Washburn choral series.

From the official description:

"This haunting, introspective plea for relief begins as a near-whisper and rises to an intense clangor. Through the mantra-like repetition and gradual transformation of the words from this timeless Psalm, we enter and experience a world of intense spiritual conflict and resolution."


Click the video above to hear a performance by the Vancouver Chamber Choir.

June 18, 2015

"Rob's debut feature film scoring project, "The Babushkas of Chernobyl", capped a terrific opening week by taking home a Special Jury Mention in the Documentary Competition at the LA Film Festival.

Positive reviews have been rolling in:

"A fascinating documentary of a plucky bunch...haunting footage...will stick with you for a long time" Los Angeles Daily News

"A haunting and strangely uplifting doc" Hollywood Reporter

"A film with clear cultural and environmental hooks" Variety
"Potent, immersive" Indie Wire
"Life affirming ****" Examiner

"Beautifully and nobly captures [this] moment in time" Battleship Pretension

"A remarkable tale" Shockya.com

"**** Beautiful, classically framed...

June 14, 2015

Today the highly anticipated documentary "The Babushkas of Chernobyl" premiered at the LA Film Festival.  Directed by Holly Morris and Anne Bogart, this feature length documentary features a score by Rob that blends electronic and Ukrainian folk music as it tells the story of women who remained in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone despite the radiation danger. 


From an early review from Huffington Post:

"It's a testimony of love, compassion, solidarity, and proof of our ability to be self-sufficient despite our age.Directed by Holly Morris and Anne Bogart, the grandmas in this piece of art will make you reflect about life and death...they prove that humans and n...

June 11, 2015

Rob's debut instrumental album "Come Home" was released at a gala performance at Toronto's Lula Lounge, featuring a 9-piece orchestra and a performance from his brother Nick Teehan.

Click here to buy the CD.


Album Press Release:

Long Way Home: How Rock Tuba, Eastern European Antics, and Moving Images Led Composer Rob Teehan to Come Home


Toronto-born composer Rob Teehan has inhabited many unexpected places, demanding unusual approaches: Soloing to mad crowds across North America and Eastern Europe on the sousaphone (marching band tuba). Creating string quartet mash-ups with DJ Skratch Bastid. Learning rock and soul attitude from Prince’s masterful guitarist. Finding that his t...

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