THOMAS EGGENSBERGER

Thomas is a German composer, orchestrator and songwriter, based in Los Angeles, who composes for film, television and games, as well as concert music and collaborative art. He is also co-founder of the composer collective and sample library builders Green Light District. Thomas started his musical training at an early age, learning to play the piano, guitar and drums.
 
He has worked with a wide range of people from around the world such as film makers, directors, illustrators, musicians, artists, and music houses. Some of the people Thomas has worked with and for include Ronit Kirchman, Jóhann Jóhannsson, Wouter Rentema, Hildur Guðnadóttir, Nicolas Neidhardt, Rutger Hoedemaekers, Mick Roby, Tina Guo, Kubilay Uner, Wayne Sharpe, Tom Howe, and countless more. His music has been played, recorded and performed in various cities around the world, and his sample library company’s sounds have been used internationally by countless media composers, as well as on the score of the highly anticipated video game "Halo Infinite."
 
One of his recent orchestral works, "Their Future Passage," was recorded on the famous Newman Stage at 20th Century Fox in the heart of Hollywood with LA’s finest musicians in late August, 2020. From 2010 until 2014 he trained in composition and sound engineering at the Deutsche Pop Musik Akademie in Munich. He studied at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in Cardiff, Wales, UK for his BMus (Hons) degree (2014-2018), under Joseph Davies and Owen Lloyd, specializing in composition and creative music technology. In June 2020 he graduated from Columbia College Chicago, specializing in Music Composition for the Screen (MFA) for which he has been awarded with an assistantship.