Composer. Songwriter. Storyteller.
George Bjorvik is a Los Angeles based composer specializing in music for film, television, and multimedia.
He began his pursuit of music as a guitar principal at Berklee College of Music where he developed a love for film music. His work spans many genres and in recent years he has composed music for several documentaries, short films, and worked as an orchestrator for a movie musical. He has had pieces premiered by the NYU Symphony and the JACK Quartet.
George currently lives in Los Angeles where he has written scores for recent films, advertising houses, and online scoring libraries. He also works as a contract composer and music editor for Lunacy Productions and is presently writing the original score for their first podcast, TWENTY, which marks the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks.
NYU Film Scoring Competition 2017
Winning score for "Moon" by Dan Costales
JACK Quartet Piece Premier 2017
"Hafez's Heart" String Quartet premiered in NYC by JACK Quartet