Maria Molinari

Composer from Toronto, Canada
Maria Molinari began her composing career in concert music until her love of film, storytelling & collaboration drew her to film scoring. A melodically driven composer, Maria’s love of film scores began with the tuneful, soaring themes of John Williams and the haunting harmonies of Thomas Newman. She cites among her strongest influences the music of Prokofiev, Debussy, Stravinsky, Jerry Goldsmith and Dario Marianelli. Maria’s film credits include the score for the bold critically acclaimed anthology film TO THE NEW GIRL, the feature film END OF DAYS, INC. and the theme for forensic series MOTIVES & MURDERS: CRACKING THE CASE. Her concert music has been premiered by critically acclaimed violinist MOSHE HAMMER, the VICTORIA SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, the GUELPH SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA and NATIONAL BALLET OF CANADA dancer/choreographer Stephanie Hutchison. Maria’s virtuosic violin and piano work TRE PEZZI PER VIOLINO E PIANOFORTE has been performed internationally; its exciting first movement DANZA has been released by the piano and violin MATHIEU-CHUA DUO on the Centrediscs/Centredisques label. A graduate of the USC film scoring program, Maria studied under iconic composers ELMER BERNSTEIN, LEONARD ROSENMAN & DAVID RAKSIN.
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Maria Molinari
Composer from Toronto, Canada
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