WHO WE ARE
Our team of film music composers, led by the renowned composer Xavier Capellas, is specialized in creating soundtracks for a wide range of media, including films, theme parks, shows, and video games. Whether we are working individually or in teams, our goal is always the same: to craft the perfect soundtrack that perfectly complements and enhances the visuals and narrative of each project. Based in the vibrant city of Barcelona, we collaborate with a wide range of studios and production companies across Europe to bring our musical vision to life.
We are committed to meeting the highest standards in our field. We welcome the opportunity to contribute to your project."
Xavier Capellas is a composer from Barcelona, Spain, with a diverse range of experience in film, television, and advertising. He has received education in film scoring from the Berklee College of Music in Boston, Massachusetts and in composition for the music industry from the University of Southern California in Los Angeles. Capellas has worked with a number of notable filmmakers, television directors, and production companies, including Montxo Armendáriz, Manuel Gutiérrez Aragón, Eduard Cortés, Sergio Cabrera, Laura Mañá, Mariano Barroso, Mediapro, Bambú, Minoria Absoluta, Brutal Media, Manuel Huerga, Sílvia Munt, Jesús Font, Vinizius Young & Rubicam, Aftershare.TV, Stopline Films, RCR Films, Bassat Ogilvy, and Monday Music Producers.
Some of Capellas's recent composition assignments include the feature film "Escape Room, la pel.lícula," the TV series "Moebius" (TV3), "Merlí" (TV3), "Merlí: Sapere Aude" (Movistar+), "Kosta" (Orange TV, YLE Finland under the title "Parattisi"), and "Santiago" (BlancheFilmes and 321features, Portugal). In 2022, Capellas was nominated for a Goya Award for best original song with "Burst out" for the documentary "Postwar Album."
Gerard Pastor is a talented, multifaceted creative hailing from Barcelona. He has studied with masters such as Arnau Bataller, Jordi Mora, and Luca Chiantore building his career as a film scoring composer, orchestra conductor, pianist, and content director for themed entertainment.
Gerard has composed music for a number of film projects, video games, theme parks, escape rooms, immersive books or shows. He has also had the opportunity to work together with renowned artists such as Michael Nyman to create the score for "The Mexican Suitcase" (nominated for an Ariel Award in 2011), and with François Bergeron, who served as his musical supervisor on the music for the Furius Baco coaster at Port Aventura. Gerard has also collaborated with Chano Domínguez, Lluís Claret, Lucrecia, and Tobias Gossmann.
He has been recognized with over 20 awards, including accolades for his music in film, concerts, and videogames. He has won the Best Score Award at the Idyllwild International Film Festival for the movie "Sonata for Cello," as well as the Best Score Award at Cinespaña Toulouse for "Jean-François and the meaning of life."
In addition, Gerard has worked on the movie "Mamma qui comando io," which is set to be released in 2023. In the field of orchestra conducting, he has recorded a significant number of scores for films and has been invited to serve as the guest conductor for the Franz Schubert Filharmonia orchestra's 2023 season, during which he will lead a program titled "Marvel vs DC in concerts."
Natasha Arizu is a talented pianist and composer from Argentina who currently resides in Barcelona, Spain. She has received a wide range of musical education, including classical training at the Buenos Aires Conservatory, jazz studies at the University of Nevada in Reno, and a master's degree in music composition for audiovisual arts at the Escuela Superior de Musica de Catalunya in Barcelona. In addition, Natasha has participated in the ASCAP film scoring workshop at New York University.
As a professional musician, Natasha keeps herself busy with both live performances (including a 48-concert tour in 2022) and composition for various audiovisual projects, such as theatre, audio branding, and film. She has received recognition for her work, including winning the SGAE Nova Autoria Award for the best original soundtrack at the Sitges International Film Festival. Natasha is currently working on a feature film, set to be released in theaters in 2023.
Anna Campmany is an award-winning composer and lyric soprano from Barcelona, Spain. She has received recognition for her choral compositions, including at the International Competition of Choral Composition of the Orfeó Català. In recent years, she has received numerous commissions for her work, including a cantata for the "Cantagran" project at L'Auditori and compositions for the Chamber Choir of the Palau de la Música, the Secretariat of Children's Choirs of Catalonia, and the Bruckner Barcelona Choir. Campmany has also performed as a soloist at prestigious venues such as the Gran Teatre del Liceu and the Palau de la Música, and she is active in the world of choral music, performing with the World Youth Choir and the Chamber Choir of the Palau de la Música. In addition to her work in music, Campmany is also an accomplished illustrator and writer.