Adryan Russ has written lyrics and music for theater, film/TV and recordings. She serves on the board of The Society of Composers and Lyricists.
Agatha has written original scores for many successful films that have been premiered in prestigious festivals such as Cannes, Tribeca, Slamdance, Los Angeles, and the Student Academy Awards. Highlights include working on director Mark Raso's feature, "Copenhagen" (winner of the Audience Award at the 2014 Slamdance Film Festival and the Grand Jury Prize at both the Gasparilla and Florida Film Festival) and "Kodachrome" (starring Ed Harris, Jason Sudeikis and Elizabeth Olsen) which will have its world premiere at the 2017 Toronto International Film Festival.
Born in Japan, Aiko Fukushima is a freelance composer and orchestrator in Los Angeles. A Sundance Composers Lab Fellow and BMI Pete Carpenter Fellow, she collaborates with the most promising young filmmakers and musicians in Hollywood on award-winning projects.
Alexandra Harwood is an award-winning film composer.
Graduated from the Royal College of Music (Dip Mus), The Juilliard School (MMus) and the National Film and Television School (MA).
Film scores include feature film The Escape dir. Dominic Savage, starring Gemma Arterton and Dominic Cooper; Growing Up Wild, feature documentary for Disney/Netflix US; Dancing in Circles, Winner BAFTA Cymru Best Short Award (2015); A Celebration of Harry Potter Warner Bros.
Currently scoring Guernsey and the Literary Peel Society, dir. Mike Newell, starring Lily James and Tom Courtenay, for Studio Canal.
Alexandra Kalinowski is a songwriter, vocalist, pianist and composer living in both Brooklyn and Los Angeles. She is available for work as an assistant.
Alexandra Nicholas is a sixteen year old singer-songwriter. She was the youngest artist to be included on the soundtrack of Allison Burnett's film "Ask My Anything".
Alison Plante is a composer for media (through her company Treble Cove Music), and Assistant Chair of Film Scoring at the Berklee College of Music. Her scoring credits include television documentaries for PBS, the History Channel, and the Annenberg Channel; independent films; national television spots; museum installations; and live theater.
Along her musical journey, Amritha has been lucky to work with outstanding mentors, such as Tim McCauley and Mychael Danna. Her work with Mychael spanned 11 feature films and two television shows, including the Oscar nominated scores for The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus, Marc Webb’s award-winning 500 Days Of Summer, Cannes winnerAdoration and The Time Traveller's Wife.
Amy is a violist, performer, composer and music educator from Australia who writes, performs and teaches internationally. As a violist, she has performed and been recorded across Europe and Australia, and she is quickly gaining recognition as a unique and exciting new composer.
Angela is an Australian-born composer composer, vocalist, string and orchestral arranger, and songwriter. Her best-known work to date was on Baz Luhrmann’s film “Australia” for which she co-composed and scored Additional Music, which led to Angela’s nomination for an AFI (now AACTA) Award for Best Original Score in 2009, as well as several other national and international awards. Most recently she composed the music for AACTA-nominated feature documentary "Zach's Ceremony" and was a finalist in the 2017 APRA Professional Development Awards in the category of composition for film and television.
Anne Nikitin is an award-winning composer for film and television. With an eclectic style derived from her love of contemporary classical, indie rock, and electronic music, Anne has scored a wide range of films including action-thrillers, emotional dramas, cutting edge documentaries and natural history.
Annie is an award winning composer and performer who recently completed her graduate studies from the Scoring For Motion Pictures and Television program at The University of Southern California. She was selected as a participant in the USC Thornton Board of Councilors Mentoring program where she received the opportunity to be privately mentored by James Newton Howard. She was awarded the ASCAP Foundation Betty Rose Scholarship for her USC education and the full tuition Women In Music Scholarship (The Sorel Organization) for participation in the ASCAP/NYU Film Scoring Workshop in June 2015. Her music has been featured on Disney XD, Nickelodeon, ESPN, The Cartoon Network, and several international television networks.
Asuka Ito is renown for her songs in Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. WiiU and Tomodachi Life 3DS. Some of her most distinguished works include the soundtrack of Pilotwings Resort 3DS and scores for animation films.
Multi-genre, multi-instrumentalist, vocalist, recently accepted as a voting member to The Recording Academy- San Francisco Chapter
Composer for Games and film and other media. Becky Allen studied at CalArts with Morton Subotnick. She currently is an Audio Director and composer at PopCap Games.
Versatile musician and composer Beth Caucci is the co-founder of the film, television and media music production team Alula Studios based in Los Angeles and Seattle. She began her career as an orchestral percussionist and educator before adopting film music as her full-time passion. Among her credits are the films Ice Age: Continental Drift, The Lorax, Happy Feet Two, Knight & Day, Fair Game, Green Zone, Kung-Fu Panda 2, Free Birds, Rio and Rio 2 and the Oscar-nominated score for How to Train Your Dragon.
Bethany Brinton is a Los Angeles-based film composer. She has scored short films, arranged television music for live presentation, and has been creatively involved in film, television, and stage productions with companies including Lionsgate, ABC, AMC, and Disney.
Betsy Again (born and raised in Springfield, IL) is a is a music producer, songwriter, composer, and percussionist whose solo work includes one full-length album. With a Euro-centric, church-music background, she first studied world percussion as an undergraduate at Princeton University, and she also received a master's degree from UCSB. She is raising three daughters and lives in Santa Barbara, CA, where she has performed with and directed percussion ensembles. She started the record label Spinguin Music to participate in creating the new and evolving music industry. "Queen Elizabeth" is her first album.
Bonnie Janofsky is known for her memorable melodies, interesting harmonies and intricate rhythms in film, musical theater and big band jazz.
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