ANNA DRUBICH

ANNA DRUBICH
COMPOSER
Born in Moscow. She began piano lessons at the age of 8. Studied with Eliso Virssaladze at the Moscow Chopin Music College and at the Munich School for the Performing Arts under the tutelage of Professor Franz Massinger. Her first film music project, was the score to the film “About Love” (2003), which went on to receive the Best Music Award at the Russian Film Festival Kinotavr. After that she studied in Film Composition at the Munich School for the Performing Arts, under the guidance of N.J. Schneider. In 2010 she spent a month in Aspen, Colorado, USA, studying and composing with major Hollywood composers Jeff Rona, David Newman and Jack Smalley. In 2012 she graduated from the University of Southern California where she finished prestigious Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television program. In 2018 she won one of the Composer fellowships at Sundance Film Music lab. Her works can be heard on television, at the cinema and in the theatre. Her recent film work is score to Guillermo Del Toro’s adaption of “Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark”. Also she has been intensively involved in writing music for the concert hall. She had a fortune to work with such world famous musicians as Valery Gergiev, Yuri Bashmet, David Geringas, Evgeny Tonkha, Boris Andrianov and others. Laureate of the Golden Eagle and Nika film awards for the best music to the film “Odessa” (2019), Nika for music to the film “Hypnosis” (2020) directed by Valery Todorovsky.

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