The Composer's Background
Ari Fisher has won numerous film scoring competitions and collaborated on a variety of projects ranging from feature-length films to video game soundtracks. In 2021, Fisher collaborated with the renowned cross-over string quartet ATLYS and Jeff Montalvo (Seven Lions) in arranging string quartet covers of EDM songs by Seven Lions for performances at Red Rocks Amphitheater (SOLD OUT) and The Gorge Amphitheater. Fisher's arrangements featuring ATLYS were then recorded and released by Ophelia Records in an the album titled OPUS. In 2015, Fisher received the Jon Vickers Film Scoring Award for his score to the 1916 silent film "The Return of "Draw" Egan by William S. Hart. In 2019, the score was revised for the restored Library of Congress Version of Hart's film featuring newly discovered footage and scene swaps. The LOC version of the score had its European premiere at the 2019 Pordenone Silent Film Festival (Le Giornate del Cinema Muto).
Fisher received his Masters degree from the Jacobs School of Music and is highly trained in composition, arranging, violin performance, conducting, teaching, piano, music theory, and aural skills. In addition, he completed the Certificate Program at the Nadia Boulanger Institute in Paris, France. He is co-founder, music director, and lead composer of ZREO Studios and ZREO: Second Quest. His concert works have been performed in Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Italy, South Korea, Taiwan, and across the United States. His music has been featured across the nation in television ads.
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