Pedro Osuna is a composer of contemporary classical music and film and TV scores based in Los Angeles.
He became the youngest Berklee student to ever write music for an Academy Award-nominated film and later became the youngest person to ever work as orchestrator on a James Bond film.
Most recent projects include Santiago Mitre's Argentina, 1985 (composer), Simon West's blockbuster The Legend Hunters (co-composer), Marvel's Thor: Love and Thunder and Pixar's Lightyear (M. Giacchino), 007: No Time To Die (H. Zimmer), Klaus (additional composer), the Dubai Expo (A. R. Rahman), and concert music commissions.
Pedro frequently collaborates with some of the most exciting and multifaceted artists living today, such as multi Grammy-winning soprano Hila Plitmann, cellist Sophia Bacelar, and flutist Antonina Styczen. His concert work has been performed in Boston, New York, Spain, and Los Angeles, by world-class ensembles such as the JACK, Carpe Diem, and the Diotima Quartets, and maestros like Mauricio Linari.
Besides composing, Pedro also produces and arranges songs. He has collaborated in projects for the World Expo, Google, and artists 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 having recorded the song, he heard Shalyah's voice and started over.