Bryan Senti is a BAFTA winning first-generation Latin American composer, violinist / multi-instrumentalist, and producer. His debut crossover LP, “Manu” was released on the French independent, Naïve (Believe) in 2022 and the accompanying remix record featuring artists such as Grammy award winner Toumani Diabaté and electronic music innovator Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith was released on July 7th, 2023. His recent collaborations include numerous projects for Dustin O’Halloran and Peter Gregson for Deutsche Grammophon.
His film and TV career began with Michael Almereyda’s “Experimenter” which premiered at Sundance in 2015 and since then he has composed for multiple films and TV shows including the BAFTA winning series “Save Me” (2021) by Lennie James. Most recently he scored the BBC musical, “Mood” by Nicôle Lecky which earned him a BAFTA award for Original Music.
In addition to working on classical music, Bryan’s experimental pop project “Ex Mykah” is signed to the London based Kowloon Records and his LP “16, 17” was released in 2018 to critical acclaim. In the pop space, he has collaborated with Mark Ronson on his production “Carbon Life”, performed by the Royal Ballet and has toured and recorded for the Canadian singer-songwriter, Feist.
He is the composer of over a hundred ad campaigns for brands ranging from BMW to PG&E, garnering numerous awards (Berlin Commercial, Public Choice, Clio etc.), and helms the boutique original music house, Hook and Line Inc.
Bryan is a graduate of Yale University and Carnegie Mellon.