Phil loves empowering musical artists to help see their songs come to fullness and fruition. Through inspired music production approaches, Phil helps singers and songwriters take their music beyond their original goals, while honoring the original concept. From a demo with acoustic guitar and vocal to a fully orchestrated and produced song.
Phil Servati is an Atlanta-based film composer & music producer whose new album Lazarus is scheduled for release on March 23, 2020. Phil’s music can be described as inspiring and hopeful, with an undertone of passion and longing. He enjoys melding orchestral sounds with analog synths and ambient elements.
With a classical background including an undergraduate degree from SUNY Fredonia in Music Composition, and a Master’s Degree from New York University in Scoring for Film & Multimedia, Phil enjoys blending old with new, classical and contemporary. His music has been featured in films such as For The Team, Marriage Retreat, and film shorts such as Who’s Who in Mycology and Creamen (for which he was awarded Best Original Score at the Ballston Spa Film Festival). His commercial spotlights have included brands such as Verizon, Colgate, Kraft, Nikon & Exxon Mobil.
Phil & his wife recently moved to a small town just south of Atlanta. When he’s not working on music, he enjoys experimenting as a home barista (coffee) and working with his wife to restore their circa 1863 Queen Anne Victorian.
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Interview with Phil Servati
Q: Analog or digital and why?
A: Both. Honor the past while utilizing luxuries of the present.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: Interacting with others is always the greatest part.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Get to know the artist, brand, filmmaker, and expertly tell the story through music.
Q: Describe the most common type of work you do for your clients.
A: Producing, mix & master, worship leaders songs and albums. Original music scores for films and commercials.