Grammy Winner, Emmy Winner and Emmy Nominated Film Composer and guitarist Claudio Ragazzi has been writing award winning music for film and television, scoring dozens of projects and performing with some of today’s most respected musicians at renowned concert halls in the world for over twenty years.
Claudio is a Berklee College Magna Cum Laude graduate and Berklee Faculty member, a winner of the prestigious Duke Ellington Master’s Composition Award and a winner of the Boston Music Awards. He composes music for independent films, documentaries and television as well as commissioned works for plays, art exhibits and ballets.
Among selected works, Claudio scored “Next Stop Wonderland” (Miramax); the award winning film “The Blue Diner” (Goldheart Productions); John Sayle’s film “Casa de los Babys” in collaboration with Mason Daring and Francis Ford Coppola’s “Tetro” in collaboration with Osvaldo Golijov. Claudio’s music can also be heard in “Something’s Gotta Give” starring Jack Nicholson, Diane Keaton and Keanu Reeves. Claudio scored dozens of award winning Feature Documentaries as well as TV productions including those for the Discovery Channel, Animal Planet, National Geographic, Telemundo, Univision and PBS, to name a few.
Claudio’s live performances include those at Carnegie Hall, Royal Albert Hall, The Hollywood Bowl, The Blue Note Jazz Club (NY and Tokyo), and The Lincoln Center. He regularly plays and tours in theatres and festivals around the world. Claudio performs with some of today’s most influential and respected musicians, including Gary Burton, Yo-Yo Ma, Regina Carter, Randy Brecker, Danilo Perez, Pablo Ziegler, saxophone legends Joe Lovano, Branford Marsalis, Kenny Garrett and Paquito D’Rivera, to name a few.
Ragazzi teaches Film Composition at the prestigious Berklee College of Music in Boston.
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