Marco Valerio Antonini is a Los Angeles-based Italian composer and orchestrator. He writes music for motion pictures, television and videogames. He studied Composition and Orchestration at the Santa Cecilia conservatory of Rome, and graduated in Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television from the University of Southern California. He has won several awards in the US and worldwide.

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AMC's Robert Kirkman's Secret History of Comics, featuring a main title theme co-written by Lior Rosner and Marco Valerio Antonini is now airing on AMC, every Monday at 11p PT.

Thanks to generosity of director Kantor Or, I was authorized to share the video of the short film Little Thing (original score by Ori Avni) with my re-score, finalist at the SoundTrack_Cologne 14 2017 European Talent Competition. I'm very happy to be able to show the piece on video. You find the link to the original version in the YouTube video description. #SoundTrack_Cologne 

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I'm very excited to finally be able to share a live performance of my award winning cue Land - a story of belonging, in the amazing performance by the Film Symphony Orchestra conducted by Constantino Martínez Orts. The score to the short film "100 Harvests with the Family" by Jose Mellado was awarded the first prize in the 2016 Juan Gil International Soundtrack competition, and this recording was taken during a live concert in Madrid, december 2016, in which it was performed among pieces by great names of film music such as Bruce Broughton, Hans Zimmer, John Williams. Thanks to the FSO and Gil Family Estates for this great opportunity.