Christopher North is a composer for film, TV / original series, theater, dance and various ensembles. He's also a singer, songwriter and multi-instrumental musician, having performed at Carnegie Hall and on Grammy award-winning recordings.
Hailing from Texas, he's thriving in Brooklyn, having released 17 albums (with five more soundtracks out in 2017) and scored 40+ films, screening/distributed around the world. Many of these have won awards at film festivals, including Slamdance (where he is two for two), Hamptons, Soho, Big Apple, Houston, Newport Beach, Milan and Coney Island, as well as a special mention at DOC NYC.
These credits include: A New High (distributed by Orchard in 2017), Missing People (Best at Hamptons), Everything’s Jake (starring Ernie Hudson), Eavesdrop (featuring Grammy Nominated Eroica Trio), Bible Quiz (on Sundance Global, Best Documentary Slamdance 2013), L’Absinthe (thriller set in Paris/Manhattan) and Lucky Days (directed by/starring Angelica Page).
He was selected as a Composer/Fellow in the 2015 Sundance Institute & Skywalker Sound's Music and Sound Design Lab for Documentary Film at Skywalker Ranch. He also has been a participant in many BMI workshops, including Film Scoring with Rick Baitz in 2008, Commercial Music with Ron Sadoff in 2012 and Conducting with Lucas Richman in 2016.
His latest feature films are Cut Shoot Kill (suspense/horror) and Two Trains Runnin’ (music/civil rights doc), — both very well reviewed — and the multi-award winning All In Time (romantic/comedy).
Cut Shoot Kill will be shown at this year’s Nacogdoches Film Festival, while Two Trains Runnin’, which was shown at last year’s Festival, was recently nominated for a Grammy.
Christopher North, circa 2016, at BMI Conducting Workshop with 32-piece orchestra at LA's The Bridge Scoring Stage.
Christopher North, circa 1987
"Choir boy with big hair" strumming away.
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