A composer from Spain based in Los Angeles, Pedro Osuna’s career has been described as “meteoric.”
He started singing and playing violin at 5 and piano at 7, and by 15, he had began assisting composers in Spain to learn the craft while finishing his studies at the Granada Conservatory. He went to Berklee College of Music in Boston on a scholarship, where he graduated Summa Cum Laude after receiving the most prestigious awards in Film Scoring and fugue writing. At 21, he had became 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.
After continuing his studies with Nadia Boulanger’s student Isaiah Jackson and Bernstein’s disciple Richard Danielpour, he quickly found his style and started to get commissioned by some of the most interesting artists of our time. His recent collaborations include the Golden Globe-winning film Argentina, 1985, the JACK, Carpe Diem, Mivos, and Diotima Quartets, cellist Sophia Bacelar, guitarist Pablo Sainz Villegas, and multi-GRAMMY-winning soprano Hila Plitmann.