MONDO BOYS (composer) are an up and coming composing team boldly blending timeless, catchy melodies into the bleeding edge of modern day film score. They've scored projects by icons such as Ridley Scott (Phoenix Forgotten) and Steven Soderbergh (The Girlfriend Experience Season 2) as well as exciting new directors and filmmakers Barry Jenkins, Lake Bell, Amy Seimetz and Adele Romanski. Their work has been featured in Rolling Stone, Pitchfork, Spin and NME among other publications that aren’t typically known to feature film composers. Mondo Boys’ quick rise to prominence in the film community can be attributed in part to their passion for story, their close collaborations with filmmakers and their ability to write lyric-and-vocal songs as well as memorable score to fit any story. Currently finishing an extensive score for a horror anthology feature, a Disney Animation project soon to be announced and developing their own musical film all by the end of the year makes this a very exciting time for Mondo Boys.
VINCENT OPPIDO (composer) is a rising talent in Hollywood. Oppido’s music is “melodically classical yet unafraid to introduce new ideas” (Damon Lindelof). His music has been performed and recorded in Europe and Japan, and across the United States from Carnegie Hall to the Hollywood scoring stages of Warner Brothers and Sony Studios. Oppido’s recent scoring credits include the indie films Alien Code (Archstone/Sony Home Pictures - starring Kyle Gallner and Richard Schiff), Watch the Sky (Breaking Glass Pictures - starring Renee O’Connor), and the upcoming CollegeHumor series Troopers. Other writing credits include original music for Sinclair Oil's 2017 commercial advertisements and musical source arrangements for projects such as It Happened In LA (Sundance Selected) and the upcoming Paramount Pictures film What Men Want. He has also composed additional music for projects including Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween and TruTV’s Adam Ruins Everything. Also a conductor and orchestrator, Oppido has worked on projects such as Season 8 of Fortnite, Guardians of the Galaxy: Volume 2 and Cobra Kai. His first job in Hollywood, as a music proofreader, enabled him to work on dozens of motion pictures and television shows including Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Frozen, Family Guy and The 2013 Oscars.
ANTHONY PARNTHER (composer/conductor) American conductor, Anthony Parnther, is the son of immigrants. His father emigrated to the United States from Kingston, Jamaica at the height of the Korean War and served in the US Navy. His mother came to America from the remote Pacific microstate of Samoa. Anthony was born in Norfolk, Virginia, and the family eventually relocated to Washington D.C. and New York City before settling in central Virginia where Anthony became active in the instrumental music program. While in high school, Anthony learned the bassoon and the tuba and developed secondary interests in acting, singing, forensics, and creative writing before deciding to enter university fully committed to music. Anthony is Music Director of the Southeast Symphony, an appointment he has held since 2010. The Southeast Symphony is recognized as America's most diverse symphonic institution and in 2018, celebrates its 70th anniversary. He was profiled by Los Angeles' KCET/ TV as a "Local Hero" in 2015 during black history month for his contributions to classical music, community outreach, and passionate advocacy for the performance of works by minority and women composers. In 2018, he was featured on the BBC 3's In Tune with Sean Rafferty. Anthony currently serves as the Music Director and Conductor of the San Bernardino Orchestra.
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