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Dario Marianelli


In 1997, after winning the Benjamin Britten international composition prize, Dario Marianelli graduated in Film Music from the National Film and Television School in London. Marianelli has written music for the concert hall, contemporary ballet, theatre, film and television; he has worked with BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Shakespeare Company and several chamber groups. Marianelli’s iconic film scores have provided the soundtrack to celebrated British movies including Atonement, for which he won an Oscar and a Golden Globe, and Pride and Prejudice, which was Oscar-nominated. His work on Anna Karenina gained him Oscar, and Golden Globe nominations and an Ivor Novello Award for Best Original Score.