Steve London

Steve London

Steve London is a Canadian film composer, who is known for music to Stockholm (2018), Neverknock (2017), Born to Be Blue (2016), Get Color! (2005), The Ripping Friends (2001), Once Upon a Crime: The Borrelli Davis Conspiracy (2014), The Green Goddess (2016).

Originally an orchestral musician, Steve studied composition and conducting with Canada’s music elite: John Burge, Marjan Mozetich and Kristi Allik. In 1995, he received a certificate of specialization from the world renowned ‘Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television’ program at the University of Southern California. The opportunity to study in L.A. with such composers as Elmer Bernstein, Jerry Goldsmith and Christopher Young, was invaluable and integral to his development as a serious composer for film and television. He also gained a great deal of experience working as a score co-ordinator with Christopher Young on such films as ‘Unforgetable’ (MGM), ‘Head Above Water’ (New Line Cinema), and ‘Copycat’ (Warner Bros.).
Mr. London now lives and works in both Los Angeles and Toronto. He records regularly with European orchestras as a composer for the Munich-based SONOTON music library and has also written music for many feature films including: ‘That Beautiful Somewhere’ starring Roy Dupuis and Jane MacGregor, ‘Seduced By A Thief’, starring Sean Young and Ron Perlman, and ‘Shallow Ground’ (Universal).

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