Bryan Senti is a BAFTA winning first-generation Latin American composer, multi instrumentalist, and producer. His debut crossover LP, “Manu” was released on the French Independent, Naïve to critical acclaim and recent collaborations include numerous projects with Dustin O’Halloran including the recently released “1001” via Deutsche Grammaphon.

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” (2023) by Nicôle Lecky which garnered him a BAFTA award for Original Music.

In the pop space, Bryan has collaborated with Mark Ronson and Andrew Wyatt on their production “Carbon Life”, Rufus Wainwright on his album “Out of the Game” and opera “Prima Donna” as well as toured and recorded for the Canadian singer songwriter, Feist. His experimental pop project, “Ex Mykah” created releases via the London indie label, Kowloon.

Bryan began studying violin at 3 years old and would later study composition at Carnegie Mellon and Yale University. His unique perspective on the violin, and extensive production experience, give him a unique sonic signature; His album Manu was described by John Schaffer of WNYC’s New Sounds as “A really striking record… [an] excavation of the violin as a global instrument”.

Bryan Senti sitting in an orange chair looking off camera