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Originally from Colombia, Orlando Perez Rosso is a Los Angeles based film composer currently participating in the inaugural Universal Film Music Composer Initiative: DreamWorks Animation. Perez Rosso began his musical journey playing saxophone at the age of ten. Years later, he got his Bachelor of Music in Composition and Sound Engineering from the Javeriana University in Bogota, Colombia, and started his career as a mixing and recording engineer for various music records, including Hecho a Mano , by the Latin Grammy award winning band Monsieur Periné

In 2008, Perez Rosso discovered his passion for film scoring after collaborating on the documentary Stolen Land, winner of the Best South American Documentary at the Havana International Film Festival. He then focused solely on scoring film and television projects, including Cada Semana, which earned him a nomination for Best Original Score in a Documentary at the Jerry Goldsmith Awards in Cordoba, Spain.

In 2013, Perez Rosso relocated to Los Angeles to attend the Film Scoring program at UCLA Extension. Upon graduation, he continued to collaborate with directors, producers and fellow composers in a wide array of film, television and advertising projects. Some of these collaborations include contributing additional music to films such as Jordan Peele´s critically acclaimed Us; Spike Lee’s production See You Yesterday; working with Michael Abels in Peele’s Academy Award® winning film Get Out; orchestrating and co-arranging a cover of The Beatles’ While My Guitar Gently Weeps for the trailer of the Academy Award® nominated film Kubo and the Two Strings; and working with orchestrator Jeff Atmajian in several scoring projects for various composers such as Gabriel Yared and Rachel Portman.