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Composer, conductor, pianist, and music producer Pedro Osuna has earned recognition in the concert music and motion picture worlds as a sought-after composer and musical collaborator.

Born in Granada, Spain, Osuna studied piano and composition in the conservatory in his hometown. In 2015, he moved to the United States thanks to a scholarship to study at Berklee College of Music in Boston. In 2019, he graduated with the highest honors after winning the Rick Applin award in fugue writing and the Georges Delerue award in film scoring and becoming the first Berklee student to write music for an Academy Award® nominated film while a student with Klaus. In 2021, he became the youngest person to orchestrate a 007 film with No Time To Die.

In 2022, Osuna had the chance to work for Oscar-winning composer/director Michael Giacchino on Lightyear and Thor: Love and Thunder while continuing his studies at UCLA. Later that year, he got hired to score Santiago Mitre's film Argentina, 1985, which went on to win the Golden Globe for Best Foreign Picture and an Academy Award nomination. 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.

As a concert composer, Osuna has collaborated with ensembles and soloists like the Royal Philharmonic, the Grammy® Award-winning 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 or the Dubai Expo. Osuna also enjoys collaborating on dance projects, and his latest work with Cuban choreographer Joan Rodriguez, Bloquea'o, is now on tour.

Osuna resides in Los Angeles.

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