Gabriel Dib


Composer

-- NEWS

Gabriel living in Hollywood, where he is scoring films, games and TV series, the titles of the current projects are under NDA contract.

-- BIO

An award winning composer and music producer, Gabriel has a unique experience and achievement background. A classically trained pianist, while in still in Brazil he toured playing piano with the Cuban music band Sonora Habanera. He composed and produced the score for the first Brazilian Xbox 360 game, Trilinea React. Gabriel also composed and produced music for hundreds of TV and radio commercials for multinational brands. In 2011 Gabriel and the team at Dr.DD music house were awarded the Golden Lion in Cannes for the commercial "Skank Play".

Living in the United States since 2011 fall, Gabriel has been collaborating with directors and artists from all over the world. The last films Gabriel scored were "Atoms", by Jon Moeller and Emily Railsback, "Seeing you seeing me" by Zach Craft, "Finding Franklin" by Alex Bohs, "Helden, the helpful", by Jon Moeller, "Sick Smelly Dirty Politics" by Janet Milsten, "Far Away" by the Ghanian director Felix Ofosu-Yeboah and the Cannes selected short film "502" by the Brazilian director Miguel de Oliveira. Fora complete list, click here.

Outside the big screens Gabriel produced the music for the play "Smartphones" and "Tables and Beds" by the award winning Spanish director Emilio Williams performed at the Trap Door Theatre in Chicago. Gabriel also worked at Sonixphere and in projects for Catfish and Deaf Dog Music, three of the most important Chicago music houses for commercials.

In December '12 Gabriel wrote 15 minutes of additional music for the score of Jerry Rees' film "Susie's Hope" while assisting the composer David McHugh. Gabriel also assisted the composer Andrew Edwards at Blue Police Box Music from Summer 2012 to Summer 2013. At BPBM, Gabriel wrote arrangements for Chicago Tap Dance Theatre show "Tottaly Tap-ular!" and worked as associate producer for the Seelie Players album Sirena. On January '13, still through BPBM Gabriel wrote additional music for Jennifer Bechtel's feature length film "Scary Normal".

Recently Gabriel finished his MFA in Film Scoring at Columbia College Chicago and moved to Los Angeles. There he worked for the composers Kim Planert (ABC's Castle), Bear McCreary (Walking Dead, Agents of Shield, Black Sails), Henry Jackman (X-men First Class, Wreck-it Ralph, Captain Phillips, Captain America 2) and Heitor Pereira (It's Complicated, Smurfs, Despicable Me) these last two at the Hans Zimmer's studio, remote control.



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