Composer Pedro Osuna became the first Berklee student to write music for an Academy Award-nominated film while a student and the youngest person to ever work as an orchestrator on a Bond film.
Composer/director Michael Giacchino and producer Victoria Alonso recommended him to write the music for the Golden Globe-winning film Argentina, 1985, nominated for Best Score at the Platino Awards.
Pedro studied with a student of Nadia Boulanger at Berklee in Boston and Leonard Bernstein's disciple Richard Danielpour at UCLA. He lives in Los Angeles and writes scores and concert works.
Pedro studied with Nadia Boulanger's student Isaiah Jackson and Leonard Bernstein's student and GRAMMY-winning composer Richard Danielpour. He has since written music for orchestras, soloists, and ensembles worldwide, including GRAMMY-winning Hila Plitmann, Sophia Bacelar, Francisco Fullana, and Pablo Sainz Villegas, and orchestras and ensembles such as the Firdaus Orchestra, the JACK, Carpe Diem, MIVOS, and the Diotima Quartets, and the GRAMMY-winning Los Angeles Children's Chorus.
Pedro also writes, produces, and arranges songs, and has collaborated in projects with the World Expo, Google, Zara Larsson, Kany García, David Broza, Javier Limón, Mayssa Karaa, and many others. He recently co-wrote Nunca Más (inspired by Argentina, 1985), with Victoria Alonso and Kany García, and co-produced it with 17-time GRAMMY/Latin GRAMMY winner Rafa Arcaute.