Artists

GIORGIO GIAMPA'

GIORGIO GIAMPA'

Giorgio Giampà was born in 1982. He composed music for  italian and international films, documentaries and short movies presented in Toronto, Venice, Berlin, Locarno, San Francisco, Busan, Goteborg and other film festivals. 
He was nominated at the Golden Globes for the movie "Il sud è niente" by Fabio Mollo and he won the prize for best soundtrack with the movie "Wake me up" by Guillaume Protsenko. 
He was selected in the workshops of the Berlin Festival (Berlin Talent Campus), of the Reykjavik Festival (Transatlantic Lab) and of the Moscow Festival (Generation Campus). 
He also worked as producer for the short movie "Champs des Possibles" (Venice Festival 2015) and for the documentary "La natura delle cose" (Locarno Festival 2016).

MICHELE BRAGA

Michele Braga ha recentemente firmato le colonne sonore di numerosi film italiani di successo, come Lo chiamavano Jeeg Robot di Gabriele Mainetti, Smetto quando voglio – Ad honorem di Sydney Sibilla, Dogman di Matteo Garrone, In viaggio con Adele di Alessandro Capitani.

 

SARAH JANE OLOG

SARAH JANE OLOG

Sarah Jane Olog was born in Rome in 1984 and she started her career when she was only 13, focusing the attention to soul and r’n’b music. She created soundtracks for films to cinema and television (For example “Laughing in the rain” – Amiche mie) and in 2009 she partecipated with Max Giusti in some shows for theatre, radio and television (“Radio2SuperMax”, “Riusciranno i nostri eroi”). She published some singles like “L’estate è nell’aria” and “telling on you” and in 2014 she was a semi-finalist in the TV show “The Voice of Italy”. She performed the main theme of the Tv series “È arrivata la felicità”.

MATTEO BRANCIAMORE

MATTEO BRANCIAMORE

He work as an actor for tv and cinema. His best known role is Marco, from the tv series "I Cesaroni". He also performs the opening theme of the series "Adesso che ci siete voi" and some songs included in the soundtrack.

EVAN LURIE

EVAN LURIE

Born in Minneapolis, he begins his career as a pianist and keybordist. At the end of the 70s, together with his brother John, he founds the band "The Lounge Lizards" which mixes jazz with punk and new wave influences. He composed several tv and movie soundtracks. In 1988 he meets the italian actor and director Roberto Benigni with whom he starts a long and fortunate collaboration, starting from the soundtrack of "Il piccolo diavolo" ("The Little Devil"). Some tracks from this score were re-used in Academy Awards winners "Silver Linings Playbook" and "American Hustle".

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During its history, Cinevox Record collaborated with the most important soundtrack composers and with many important jazz, world, pop and rock music artists.