With a passion for storytelling—and a fluency in styles from the earliest classical idioms to the latest Spotify playlists—Rolando Gori is an award-winning, multifaceted composer whose music is heard in film, TV, and theater around the world.
Rolando has had the good fortune to be involved with a wide range of exciting endeavors over the past decade. His work on the award-winning short film "Ruth" was named Best Original Score at the Los Angeles International Indie Short Fest. His music appears on Woody Allen’s 2020 film "Rifkin’s Festival". In 2012, he began working with Hollywood stuntman and filmmaker Roy T. Anderson on a critically acclaimed documentary series about the Jamaican Maroons. In 2015, he was commissioned to write a fanfare commemorating the 70th Anniversary of the United Nations; his first symphony, “XLIV,” premiered in 2016 at New York’s DiMenna Center, performed by Symphony Orchestra of the Americas.
Rolando is also an active collaborator and producer. In 2017, he founded RoBoGrooves, cowriting and producing music with Bobby Boas. He has produced albums with his wife, singer/songwriter Heidi Siegell, whose album “In Stillness” won multiple awards. More recently, he teamed up with accomplished vocalist and composer Daniel T. Curran, founding The Soniq Haze, dedicated to creating production music for film and TV. Rolando's catalog— published through Twisted Jukebox, Score Keepers Music and 411 Music Group—can be found on all major music platforms.