Los Angeles-based composer Pedro Osuna writes, conducts, and produces music for films, TV, and the concert hall.
He began learning the craft by assisting composers in Spain at age 16 while studying piano and composition at the Granada Conservatory. At age 18, Pedro went to Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship, where he received the Film Scoring Department's most prestigious award and graduated Summa Cum Laude.
He quickly developed a unique voice and started to get concert commissions. At age 21, Pedro became the youngest Berklee student to ever write music for an Academy Award-nominated film. At age 22, he became the youngest person to ever work as orchestrator on a James Bond film.
Most recent collaborations include Simon West's latest blockbuster film (co-composer), BAFTA-winning film Klaus (additional composer), No Time To Die, and several concert music commissions.
His concert work has been commissioned and performed in Boston, New York, Spain and Los Angeles, by world-class ensembles such as the Jack Quartet, and soloists like Antonina Styczen.
Besides composing, Pedro also produces and arranges songs. He has collaborated in projects for the World Expo, Google, and stars like Zara Larsson, David Broza, Javier Limón, Manu Carrasco, Raphael, Pitingo, Sergio Dalma, David Bisbal, Melendi, Agoney, and Mayssa Karaa, among many others.
In 2019, he was commissioned to arrange and produce his own take on Leonard Cohen's classic Hallelujah, where he got to work with Shalyah Fearing. After casting among dozens of singers and having recorded the song, he heard her voice and started over.