A filmmaker and storyteller in music.


Gary Marlowe is an award-winning composer, No.1 hit songwriter, and producer.

He is best known for his unusual combinations of electronics and orchestra.


A pianist, singer, guitar player and drummer, Marlowe started playing piano at four, turned into a synthesizer prodigy in his early teens and became one of Berlin´s foremost musicians, opening for the likes of Iggy Pop and The Ramones with his band.


Gary Marlowe became a No.1 hit songwriter and producer for several top acts, leading to Platinum and Gold Record awards. Marlowe went on to become a true multi-instrumentalist, developing his own, eclectic style as a composer, which owes to his studies of Ethnomusicology and his open-minded interest in diverse musical cultures, and electronics.


Marlowe moved to Italy, and studied Composition for Film with Oscar winners Luis Bacalov (“The Postman”) and Nicola Piovani (“Life is beautiful”), winning the Emma Contestabile Award in his final year at the Accademia Chigiana in Siena, where also Claudio Abbado or Daniel Barenboim have studied.


Gary Marlowe was chosen by the World Soundtrack Academy to perform one of his works with The Brussels Philharmonic Orchestra, alongside Angelo Badalamenti, Mychael Danna, James Newton Howard, Clint Mansell, Dario Marianelli, Gustavo Santaolalla and Howard Shore.


Marlowe is lecturing as a docent in various academies, such as the SAE School of Audio Engineering.


Gary Marlowe is a Berlinale Talent Alumnus, a voting member of the World Soundtrack Academy, and the European Film Academy.

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