Anthony Sabatino is an award winning composer based in Los Angeles who studied at Berklee College of Music, dual majoring in Film Scoring and Electronic Production and Design, with a minor in Conducting. He graduated Magna Cum Laude and received the Michael Reddish Award in Film Scoring and the Richard Devine Award in Sound Design for Electronic Music. Anthony is currently attending USC for the Screen Scoring Program, and is a finalist in the 2018 International Electronic Music Competition.
While attending Berklee, Anthony formed a collaborative orchestra with the Boston Conservatory, called the Berklee and Boston Conservatory Recording Orchestra (BBCRO). The orchestra specializes in performing and recording student compositions for Film, Video Games, and other Media, and creates a professional studio environment for players and conductors to learn.
Stylistically, Anthony focuses on scoring through the color of sounds, whether this be through orchestration or sound design. He has composed for many different genres of music and films, ranging from neoclassical orchestrations, chamber works, aleatoric scoring, score through sound design, and even all electronic compositions.
Anthony is currently an composer for the production library company Velvet Green Music, and works as a freelance scoring numerous different projects with various film makers, scoring numerous short films, commercials, and features. Anthony has also worked as an orchestral mockup producer and arranger for legendary Pianist Jeffrey Biegel, including the production of a mockup for the final P.D.Q Bach composition Concerto for Simply Grand Piano and Orchestra.