He has worked on projects like No Time To Die, Klaus, Thor: Love and Thunder, and Lightyear. The last two were scored by Oscar-winning composer/director Michael Giacchino, who recommended him to write the music for Santiago Mitre's Golden Globe-winning film Argentina, 1985, currently nominated for best score at the Platino Awards. Pedro lives in Los Angeles and continues to write film and TV scores, songs, and concert pieces.
Composer Pedro Osuna was raised in a musical and cultural mix of a father who loved cinema, Jazz, and the great symphonists and a mother who played guitar and sang songs to him since he was a baby.
He got his start at 15 as an assistant, and two years later got a scholarship to study Film Scoring, Conducting, and Composition at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Pedro graduated Summa Cum Laude after receiving the most prestigious awards in Film Scoring and fugue writing. At 21, he had made history as the youngest Berklee student to write music for an Academy Award-Nominated motion picture and the youngest person to ever work as an orchestrator on a James Bond film.
Pedro continued his studies with Nadia Boulanger's student Isaiah Jackson and Leonard Bernstein’s student and GRAMMY-winning composer Richard Danielpour at UCLA. He has since written music for orchestras, ensembles, and soloists worldwide, including GRAMMY-winning Hila Plitmann, Sophia Bacelar, Francisco Fullana, Pablo Sainz Villegas, the Firdaus Orchestra, the Diotima Quartet, and GRAMMY-winning Los Angeles Children's Chorus.