Patrick Morganelli is a distinguished graduate of the USC Thornton School of Music where he studied Piano with Daniel Pollack and Composition with Frederick Lesemann and Tamar Diesendruck. He also holds a postgraduate certificate in Scoring for Motion Pictures and Television from USC, receiving the prestigious Joe Harnell Memorial Scholarship.
Critics have lauded his work in film and television as being uniquely evocative and haunting in a way that persists long after the music has ended, and he has worked with filmmakers such as Academy Award nominee Randall Wallace and composers like Christopher Young and Michael Giacchino. His song cycle Songs of Late Summer for mezzo-soprano and orchestra will premiere in the fall of 2014. He lives and works in Los Angeles.
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