About

Joshua David Reichental is a composer for film, television, videogames, and theatre. He also teaches piano and guitar.

He has a B.A in Music from Trinity College Dublin, an M.A in Film and Television Composition from the University of Bristol, and a piano teaching diploma from the Royal Irish Academy of Music.

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His work for film is diverse and ambitious. As the resident composer of Aminal Productions he has written the scores for three screen-musicals: Off-Beat (2014), The Gambler (in post-production), and the Cannes Film Festival accepted light-opera Bonsoir Luna (2015).

Other major works include the documentaries Harvest to Harvest (2013) and My Grandmother’s Sitting Room (2015), the wildlife films The Little World (2015) and A Hare and Her Journey (2015), and the short thriller Sin (2015).

He has also co-written songs for the short films Caring is Creepy (2014) and Earworm (2014), as well as music for a number of videogames including Annabella Caterpillar (2013), Through the Valley of the Stones (2014), and a collaborative score for The Avatars with Henry Mitton.

He writes both for small live ensembles and large orchestral palates, as well as tense electronic scores and sparse soundscapes. As his work demonstrates, he is willing and able to work on any project he is passionate about and he is excited to begin working on your next venture.

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Josh also teaches piano to all ages and can provide regular lessons in a variety of styles: classical lessons within the exam-system, freer lessons in pop and jazz playing, theory classes, and composition advice.

As well as the aforementioned B.A and M.A, Josh has a diploma (hons.) in piano teaching from the Royal Irish Academy of Music, as well as four years experience teaching students of different abilities, ages, and grades.

For contact information go to https://joshreichental.com/contact/.

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