Marco Beltrami is an American film composer and conductor known for his work on Hollywood blockbusters since the mid-90s. He has collaborated with renowned filmmakers such as Wes Craven, Guillermo del Toro, and Michael Bay. Beltrami's breakthrough came in 1996 when he composed music for Craven's iconic slasher film "Scream." Since then, he has become a sought-after composer in the horror/thriller and action genres. Beltrami has received numerous industry awards and nominations, including two Academy Awards nominations for Best Original Score.
Beltrami graduated from prestigious music schools before relocating to Los Angeles to further pursue his education. He studied under influential composers and mentors who helped shape his musical style. In addition to scoring Hollywood films, Beltrami has also worked on independent projects such as "The Dangerous Lives of Altar Boys" (2002) and "The Three Burials of Melquiades Estrada" (2005). He is known for collaborating with other talented composers in the industry.
In recent years, Beltrami's notable works include composing music for the Die Hard film series and receiving critical acclaim for his score in "A Quiet Place." His talent extends beyond traditional film scores as he has collaborated with various artists, including a metal band for the soundtrack of "Jonah Hex" (2010) and renowned composer Philip Glass for a special project in 2015. With his impressive body