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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What a great night in the Teatro Fernan Gomez in Madrid the Spanish Film Symphony! My 1st prize winning score Land - a story of belonging (you can see/listen to at www.juangilsoundtrack.com) opened an amazing concert with great landmark film music by composers such as Max Steiner, James Horner, Alan Silvestri, Bruce Broughton (he conducted his iconic Silverado main theme) John Williams and so on.. Great hospitality and warmth of the Madrid public, a packed house, and an amazing and prestigious international prize. I was picked among more than an hundred applicants worldwide. An amazing experience in a beautiful city, that I want to share with you all. A couple of pictures follow.

It is an excitement and a  pleasure to announce that I have been selected as the winner of the Juan Gil Soundtrack competition 100 Harvests with the Family. On December 1st I will be in Madrid to receive the prize and attend a live concert by the Spanis Film Orchestra playing my score live to picture. You can view the short film with a demo of the score on the competition page

Last April 23rd a 65 piece orchestra played my final cue for the USC SMPTV Orchestration course taught by the great Bruce Broughton. Here's the result: