Jeffrey Leiser is a film and concert composer, video producer, and writer. He has composed original music and created sound design for over 35 short films and 4 feature films, including Glitch in the Grid, for which he was awarded a Gold Medal from the Park City Film Music Festival. Jeffrey has also created music for multiple art exhibitions including Hologalactic. In total, 150+ film, art and concert works can be found on iTunes across 11 albums.
Jeffrey is the co-founder of Albino Fawn Productions. As a screenwriter, Jeffrey wrote Finding Infinity, a biopic about Georg Cantor. The Summit, his first full-length symphony, was recorded at Avatar Studios and released by Discovery Music to positive reviews by Gramophone Magazine, ClassicFM, and others. He also composed Time Squares and recently completed his first full-length opera, Far Travelers, which is premiering in a developmental concert at the Guild Hall of East Hampton (composer-in-residency). The opera is supported by two Cultural Grants from the American Scandinavian Foundation and the American Scandinavian Society.
Jeffrey wrote the original score, sound design, and co-produced the feature film Apocalypsis, released in March 2018. He is represented by Bright Media in the UK.
Jane Jones introduces an exclusive overture for The Summit Symphony which aired on ClassicFM across the United Kingdom on Tuesday, January 5, 2016 as part of their Full Works Program.
‘The Summit Symphony’ in full over the weekend (twice!).
S _ O _ U _ N _D / A _ R _ T
SOUND + SCORE FOR ART/INSTALLATION
+ 4 Feature Films on Request:
Glitch in the Grid