Pedro Osuna has earned recognition in the concert music and motion picture worlds as a sought-out composer and musical collaborator, having composed the music for the Academy Award® nominated Argentina, 1985; orchestrated for No Time To Die, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Lightyear, and composed additional music for Academy Award® Nominated Klaus.
Osuna studied at Berklee College of Music in Boston thanks to a scholarship, where he received the Rick Applin Award in fugue writing and the George Delerue Award in film scoring and graduated with the highest honors after becoming the first Berklee student ever to write music for an Academy Award® nominated film while still a student. He continued his composition studies at UCLA under the guidance of Grammy® Award-winning composer Richard Danielpour.
As a concert composer, Osuna has collaborated with the Royal Philharmonic, the Los Angeles Children's Chorus, Quatour Diotima, Grammy® Award-winning Hila Plitmann, Suuvi, Pablo Sainz Villegas, and many others. His music has been performed in venues ranging from the Walt Disney Concert Hall to the Alhambra. He also enjoys working with choreographers, and his latest work, Bloquea'o, is now on tour with LA-based dance company Bodytraffic.
In 2022, he worked under Oscar-winning composer/director Michael Giacchino on Lightyear and Thor: Love and Thunder. Later that year, Osuna scored Santiago Mitre's Golden Globe-winning and Academy Award-nominated film Argentina, 1985. Giacchino was the score producer and acted as a mentor to Osuna in his debut film, which would earn him a nomination for Best Score at the Platino Awards.
Osuna resides in Los Angeles.