Francesco Marzola


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Italian music composer, producer, orchestrator with several credits on custom film music. Studied with the most important and influencing composers, directors, and orchestrators of the world such as Andy Hill (Vice president Walt Disney), Norman Ludwig (Orchestrator for M.Gioacchino), Derek Gleeson, Conrad Pope (Orchestrator for A.Desplat) etc.

Hi, I'm a freelance composer and arranger from Italy now based in Sofia, Bulgaria. I have a Master of Fine Arts in Music for motion pictures and contemporary media from the Irish American University of Dublin, and I'm at your service! I have experience of being in front of an orchestra for studio recordings (over 18th times) and all of the techniques for writing for the players to not waste time during the recording

You can hire me on to:

-Write custom music for your film
-Produce music to sound as clean and realistic as possible (even with samples)
-Orchestrate your piano sketch or engrave your piece of music for real musicians
-Play the piano
-Notate music

I specialize in film and modern music, so I excel at orchestral scoring, piano, arrangements, etc. but also with technology and modern techniques of sound design and synth scoring.

My sound can be described as emotionally driven with a bit of epic on his development.
I love to put stories into a musical approach and focus on the human aspect of the music with characters.

Looking forward to hearing from you!

Send me an email through 'Contact' button above and I'll get back to you asap.


GenresSounds Like
  • James Newton Howard
  • Philip Glass
  • Ryuichi Sakamoto
Gear Highlights
  • Logic Pro X
  • ProTools
  • Sample Libraries
  • Dorico
  • Nord Stage 2Ex
  • Maudio BX5
  • Beyerdynamic DT990 ecc...
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  • Demo Composer Track for Poiesis Cello of Sonora CinematicJan 17, 2022

    I'm very glad that my track "Absolvo" written for the short film "Trecce" by Arturo Cacciotti (Italian Director) has been selected as Demo track for the Sample Library "Poiesis Cello" by Sonora Cinematic. (Click on the link to listen)