Argentine-born composer and violinist, Nicolas Repetto, started his musical career as an orchestral violinist, middle school orchestra teacher, and finally arriving to his passion of composing music for film, television and multimedia while collaborating with a diverse group of amazing and wonderful filmmakers from all over the world.
He is known for writing in a rich orchestral style accented by including his own violin performances, electronics, as well as collaborating with talented musicians from all over the globe.
Nicolas’ upcoming film scores and projects for 2019 include the documentary feature film, Lucia’s Voice, about the life of transgender opera singer, Lucia Lucas — featured in the New York Times, the digital release of the EDM-based soundtrack of Angel of Anywhere on Apple Music, Spotify and all digital retailers, Tijuana which premiered at the SLAMDANCE FILM FESTIVAL in Park City, UT., the upcoming fantasy feature film Empire Queen: The Golden Age of Magic, and the sci-fi drama film, Osiris. Nicolas also had the great opportunity to conduct a 60-piece orchestra at 21st Century Fox under the tutelage of acclaimed composer Richard Bellis (“It”) as part of the prestigious ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop where 12 composers are selected from the around the world to take part. In addition to the workshop, Nicolas also received the ASCAP Foundation’s Michelle and Dean Kay Award as an outstanding composer from the ASCAP Film Scoring Workshop.
In television, Nicolas’ music can be heard on the TLC network, on Univision’s Amas de Casas Desesperadas (Desperate Housewives on Spanish television), and on various TV advertisements and jingles for the Beber Silverstein Group.
He has also written custom trailer music for Harry Lennix’s (NBC’s The Blacklist, Man of Steel) feature film, H4.
Nicolas honed his film scoring skills and techniques at the Pacific Northwest Film Scoring Program under Emmy-winning composer, Hummie Mann (Robin Hood: Men In Tights, Dracula Dead and Loving It). Since moving to Los Angeles in 2012, Nicolas has been accepted into the esteemed Society of Composers and Lyricists Mentorship Program, the Christopher Young Tilden House Residency Program for Film Scoring, and has also been featured on ASCAP’s Composer Spotlight.
He also assists composers, Penka Kouneva (Transformers: VG, Woman Astronaut) and Cliff Eidelman (Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country) with additional music and orchestration on various media and concert music projects. Eidelman has also been a on-going mentor for Nicolas in the business and craft of scoring music for films.
Equally comfortable in the concert music world, Nicolas has written music for the South Florida Youth Symphony, Greater Miami Youth Symphony, and orchestrations/arrangements for the Alhambra Orchestra in Coconut Grove. His chamber music has been performed in and around California, Florida, and Washington.
Nicolas, along with three admin composers, runs Perspective, a Facebook forum with more than 10,000 members worldwide.