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Luciano Storti


Composer • Arranger

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Luciano Storti


Composer • Arranger

 

 

Luciano understands the subtleties of instrumental balance in a score, which allows him to create mystical, stirring tracks, with subtle underpinnings that shift from broadly emotional to nuanced and gauzy; his musical renderings are complex yet organic, stunning but within reach.

He composes around the structure of a film- his music never overpowers the story.
— Maria Florio, Academy Award Winning Producer/Owner of Earthworks Films
 
 
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Latest Music


Latest Music


It is rare to find an artist like Luciano who balances insane talent and such wonderful organization of the process. The way Luke is able to manage a project from start to finish, delivering stunning quality every time, is so unparalleled in my experience that I can’t imagine anyone better...

We’ve done a number of scores - from a ferocious Indian drum soundtrack to a sparkling fantasy theme - and he produces such hummable, catchy melodies every time, that people think I’ve hired John Williams.
— Soman Chainani, NYT Best-selling Author/Director

A brief taste of my work.

 

More music from SINGULARITY - or purchase the album on iTunes

 

Listen to more music from NO ASYLUM

 
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Bio


Bio


 

Born in Switzerland and of Italian and Swiss nationality, I moved to Boston at 18 to attend Berklee College of Music, after studying piano privately and receiving a state scholarship. I loved the experience enormously and soaked it up, spending the entirety of my free time studying scores, composing, recording in the studios and meeting fantastic musicians. This is where I fell in love with composing to picture.

After teaching for a year in Switzerland, I moved to Los Angeles to study composition at California State University, Northridge with the wonderful Daniel Kessner, and later, Liviu Marinescu. This gave me a firm basis of modern classical compositional techniques, and opened my mind to a myriad of modern chamber and orchestral sounds I had not encountered before. While at CSUN, I also studied Film literature with Maria De Las Carreras, whose boundless passion, and encyclopedic knowledge of the subject, lead me to develop a better understanding of film structure and underlying themes. 

I started scoring short films, trailers, and eventually documentaries and films. During this time, I spent much energy analyzing musical simplicity: the music of some of the composers I admire most appears simple on the surface, but is in fact powered by careful, often complex melodic and thematic development. For the film world, Nino Rota, Ennio Morricone, and Alexandre Desplat come to mind. 


 

 

 
 

Credits, abbreviated

• The Dark Hobby

Feature documentary directed by Paula Fouce

• Legendary AD

Feature documentary directed by Leonardo Corbucci

 

• NO ASYLUM: THE UNtold CHAPTER OF ANNE FRANK'S STORY

Feature documentary directed by Paula Fouce

 

• CITY under the sea

Multiple award-winning TV documentary for National Geographic

 

• composer for X-ray dog music/BMG

Musical contributor for this trailer & music library under the BMG umbrella

 

• cold cabin

Feature length thriller directed by Dennis Luu

 

• Water colours

Multiple award-winning TV documentary series for National Geographic TV

 

• song of the dunes

Award-winning feature documentary directed by Paula Fouce

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lukelife Music


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