Award-winning composer and conductor Justin Rosin has written concert pieces and scored independent films, shorts and commercials. His passion is to collaborate using instruments and technology to create inspiring and evocative music. Mr. Rosin thoroughly believes that music is a universal language that can effectively communicate any human emotion through any artistic medium. Mr. Rosin started his Master’s of Music Composition Program in Fall 2016 at one of NYC’s top music conservatories, Mannes School of Music, where he studied with renowned composer Dr. Lowell Liebermann. Mr. Rosin was chosen as the primary film composer for the student thesis films and graduated in May of 2018.
Mr. Rosin was selected to compose a piece for the 7:1 dance collaboration project run by the Rovaco Dance Company. Upon reviewing the May 2017 premiere of Mr. Rosin’s piece, Courtney Escoyne wrote in The Stewardship Report that the work was “most affecting” and “at its most cohesive.” He has studied under several industry professionals including John Kaefer (Quantum Break, Sequestered, Shark Tank), Michael Bacon (The Jewish Americans, Boy Interrupted, The Bacon Brothers) and Sam Estes (Music Editor on Inception, The Dark Knight Rises and Co-Founder of Sonicsmiths/Amper Music).
Mr. Rosin won the orchestral composition award for Rutgers Annual Orchestra Day in June of 2016 and was ranked in the top percentile of the Marvin Hamlisch film scoring competition on a global level, which was judged by Oscar-winning composer Mychael Danna. He has interned at Sandblast Productions, Creative Group and The National Chorale where he did several things ranging from scoring commercials to assisting with live camera concert directors and stagehand sound design. He was also recently commissioned to compose a choral and orchestral work for a concert honoring a time-honored music professor at his alma mater, WHS.