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Behind The Music

David Gonzalez is a rising star and accomplished composer based in Los Angeles, known for his diverse work in television and film. With a lifelong love for music, David started composing his own pieces inspired by rousing film scores like Star Wars, Gladiator, and Road to Perdition during his early years. This passion led him to pursue a degree in Film Scoring at Berklee College of Music, where he honed his skills and expanded his creative horizons.


Now firmly rooted in Los Angeles, David has seamlessly blended his skills and passion to create impactful compositions across a diverse range of projects. Collaborating with esteemed directors and producers, he has lent his musical expertise to feature films like Working Man, featuring renowned talents such as Oscar-nominee Talia Shire (The Godfather and Rocky), Peter Gerety (The Wire), and Billy Brown. Additionally, his compositions have graced short films like Birdwatching, starring the esteemed Amanda Seyfried, as well as the Emmy-winning web series Break A Hip, featuring the incomparable Oscar Winner Allison Janney. Furthermore, David's musical contributions have breathed life into popular TV shows like Switched at Birth and How I Met Your Mother, enriching the narratives of these beloved small-screen stories.

David's dynamic energy and versatility shine through his compositions that traverse various genres. From composing music for evocative movie trailers to setting the tone for wedding processionals, video games, rock bands, and special events, his ability to adapt and create resonant melodies knows no bounds. Central to his success is his unwavering belief in the power of collaboration with fellow creators. Drawing upon their insights and expertise, David crafts music that seamlessly intertwines with the project's context, enhancing its impact. With a career that continues to flourish, David's unwavering dedication to his craft and collaborative spirit cement him as an influential force in the worlds of Film, Television, Video Games and Theater.

Photo Credit to Sage Etters 2017

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