Jordi Nus is a composer and violinist from Barcelona. He started to play violin at the age of 4, finishing his Professional Music Diploma in Violin Performance in 2006. Concurrently, he started to compose music and he finished his Bachelor in Composition in 2013 in the Superior School of Music of Catalunya (ESMUC, Barcelona). In August 2014, he moved to New York where he graduated two years later with Master of Scoring for Film and Multimedia in the New York University. During his studies, he was the recipient of the prestigious Alan Menken Scholarship/Award, chosen personally by multi-award winning composer Alan Menken (“Aladdin”, “Beauty and the Beast”, Pocahontas”).
He has worked as a composer, orchestrator and arranger in many projects in Barcelona (National Theater of Catalunya, Mas i Mas Foundation, Clavé Choir Federation) and his music has been performed in the most important Music Halls in Spain and all around the world: Palau de la Música Catalana (Spain), Teatre-Auditori de Sant Cugat (Spain), Auditori Enric Granados (Spain), Symphony Space (NY), Loewe Theater (NY) or Groningsche Auditorium (Netherlands) to name a few.
He has been awarded in the 2017 Los Angeles Live Score Film Festival, 2015 Film Scoring NYU Competition (New York), the XII City of Reus Child Choir Competition (Spain, 2012), the V Amadeus International Contest of Choral Competition (Spain, 2011) and in the I Sant Cugat Symphony Orchestra Competition Contest.
His most recent credits as a film composer include “Gun Voyage” (2017),“Thieves” (2016), “Otter of the Underground” (2016). He has worked as an orchestrator for top productions such as documentary “LA 92” (produced by National Geographic) or Netflix TV Series “Ozark”.