Daniel Belardinelli is a film and television composer based in Los Angeles. In recent years he has completed scores for several feature films and documentaries, including “LAMB” by Ross Partridge (SXSW 2015), Don’t Let Me Drown directed by Cruz Angeles, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in the US Dramatic Competition and Blood Brothers, by Alexi Tan, produced by legendary Director John Woo. The film closed the 64th Edition of the Venice Film Festival, screened at the Toronto Film Festival and was theatrically released Worldwide. Other recent projects include music for ABC's crime-drama Final Witness, ESPN's Emmy- nominated documentary series 30 for 30, the score for Coasterville, an interactive social game for Zynga Studios with over 10 million users worldwide and music tracks for a trailer album, the first release by CHROMA, a music house in Venice specializing in motion picture advertising.
Originally from Venezuela, Belardinelli first moved to NY to obtain his Masters Degree in Composition at NYU, studying under Justin Dello Joio, Ron Sadoff and the late Buddy Baker. His Orchestral music has been recorded in Moscow by the Russian State Orchestra, the Prague Philharmonic, the Project FAMES Orchestra in Macedonia and performed live at Lincoln Center in New York City.
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