Rohan De Livera is an award winning composer based in the United Kingdom. Classically trained, His music is known for its craft and the richness it brings to visual media.
Rohan was a student of the British film composer Wilfred Josephs, and Pulitzer laureate William Bolcom. He graduated with a Masters degree in Music Composition from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor.
Films scored by Rohan have received nominations or won awards, at the Beverly Hills, Lady Film Maker, Moondance and Cleveland film festivals. Scores for TV include the Pit Boss on Animal Planet, Vegas After Hours for the Travel Channel, The Game Changers on Bloomberg TV, The Royal Wedding on NBC TODAY along with commercials for some of the world's best known brands.
Rohan also recently completed five 3D Motion Ride Films for Triotech Montreal.
Work for Theater includes a live score to Ira Levine's Death Trap, by the Performing Arts Players, with Music for Dance for 'A Companionship of a Memory' with the Theresa Smith Dance Company, NYC.
His concert work has been performed by the Utah Symphony, European Chamber Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of Sri Lanka, The Palmer Quintet, and conductor Philip Meade as well as being broadcast on RTE Musica NOVA, News Talk Radio Dublin, and BBC Radio Scotland.
Recent performances of his work have taken place at SMC Barcelona, Hypersonica Sao Paolo, Nashville Soundcrawl, Tsonami, Buenos Aires, NAISA, Toronto, Sonic Rain, Oregon, and the Third Practice Festival in Richmond VA.
Recent Album projects include a collection of TV Themes for popular entertainment programing for Wrong Planet
Rohan is a recipient of the Diffusion Prize from the University of Limerick for his work Haiku, and the Thanatapolis prize from the iPark Foundation NYC for Remembrance.