Professional, London-based composer, orchestrator, string and horn arranger with composition credits including EA's Battlefield One, Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm and Games Workshop's Warhammer. Orchestration credits include Disney's Frozen tour and the Royal Albert Hall concerts of Bring Me The Horizon and Alter Bridge.
Evan Rogers is an award-winning video game music composer and orchestrator working from Wych Elm Studios, London. After scoring trailers for Blizzard's Heroes of the Storm and EA's Battlefield: One, Evan has gone on to write music for over 30 games and has also been involved with sound design, implementation and audio direction of indie, AAA games and everything in between. His work for television, commercials and film has also seen him work with clients such as the BBC, LIDL, Westfield, V&A Museum and more. More recently, Evan’s music was featured on the LIDL Movie Moments ad campaign, winning an award for Best Use of Cinema.
As an orchestrator, Evan has arranged for clients including the BBC, Channel 4, Disney+, Netflix, City of Prague Philharmonic, as well as session orchestras and big bands in London. His orchestrations for video games, films and TV have been recorded in sessions at various studios including AIR, Angel and Abbey Road, as well as on tours nationally and internationally, such as providing orchestrations and copying for the upcoming tour of Disney's Frozen. As a producer and bassist, Evan arranges strings and horns for pop and rock artists for both live performance and album recordings such as the Alter Bridge and Bring Me The Horizon's Live at the Royal Albert Hall concerts.
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