Based in Long Island, NY, Philip James Landini is a concert & film score composer, as well as a classically trained violist. In music, Philip strives to expand his musical language with every project, while simultaneously creating soundscapes that are truthful to his artistic intention.
Philip Landini's undergraduate studies in music composition began in 2011 at the SUNY Fredonia School of Music, under the tutelage of Dr. Robert Deemer & Dr. Sean Doyle. During his time at Fredonia, Philip's pieces included concert works for solo, chamber & large ensembles, art songs, film, and choreographed dance. Here, Philip's piece "Crisp" was debuted and read by the Mivos String Quartet, as well as "Driven" by Gaudete Brass Quintet. The piece "for viola" was awarded the top prize in the Fredonia Composition Competition in 2015, and was performed by violist David Rose. Philip's composition thesis culminated in a full orchestra performance of an original score to the finale of Carl Th. Dreyer's "The Passion of Joan of Arc" (1928), for which Philip conducted & composed the music.
Following his graduation in 2015, Philip continues to focus his concentration on scoring for film & visual media, including his partnership with Alex Dudley & DToons Productions, and scores for Erik Montovano's 'Donna in Color' shorts, and Iulia Enkelana's 'de/mascat' .