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Hal Rosenfeld

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Hal Rosenfeld, South Florida native, has quickly established himself in Los Angeles as a multifaceted individual.  His work as a composer, percussionist, copyist, arranger, and orchestrator continues to appear across many mediums around the world.

He has worked on projects including Nike's World Cup campaign The Last Game, Earth To Echo, Nickelodeon's The Legend of Korra, M83's You And The Night, the blockbuster Kill The Messenger, and many others.  He recently scored Hard Love, which was the official short-film selection of 2014 Columbia Gorge and Pittsburgh International Film Festivals.  He has worked with composers, producers, and artists such as Joseph Trapanese, Jeremy Zuckerman, Judson Crane, Nathan Johnson, Glen Ballard, Gordon Goodwin, ESKMO, and many others.

As a percussionist, Hal briefly studied at the prestigious Florida State University.  His ability to play as a versatile musician has brought him to play with many different groups as an orchestral, ethnic, and jazz percussionist.  He is featured on Ubisoft's new award-winning video-game The Crew, and has worked with artists such as Imogen Heap, O-Town, Gordon Goodwin, et al.  Hal has received awards for his work as a performer from the Percussive Arts Society, the South Florida Winter Guard Association, and others.  You can see him on-camera in NFL's Super Bowl XLIX Rally spot, Cici's Pizza's upcoming commercial campaign, and Chevrolet's bilingual rock-band campaign for their 2014 Silverado Truck, which has aired during events such as The 2013 Grammy Awards and numerous televised sporting events.

As an educator, Hal has served on the Percussion faculty at Simi Valley High School (Simi Valley, California) and William S. Hart High School (Newhall, California) and continues to give clinics and workshops in Percussion, Composing for Film and Classical settings, and other musical topics.

Hal currently resides in Los Angeles, where he continues to study and pursue Film Scoring, Percussion, Arranging, Score Preparation, and Orchestration