Daniel Slatkin is an internationally recognized, award-winning composer of music for films, television series and concert halls. He most recently scored "Gradually, Then Suddenly: The Bankruptcy of Detroit", winner of the Library of Congress Lavine/Ken Burns Prize for Film, and recorded by the strings of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra.
Rooted in classical and electronic music, Slatkin is a multiple Best Score Award recipient, selected by the likes of Queen's Roger Taylor and Alan Parsons for his dramatic underscoring work. His debut feature film, "Making Fun: The Story of Funko", whose score was composed shortly after completing his undergraduate studies at USC, premiered at the legendary TCL Chinese Theatre in Los Angeles. Since then, his music can be heard on multiple streaming services, theaters and countless award-winning and -nominated films at festivals around the country.
In addition to his work in film and television. Slatkin also composes concert music. His first work, "In Fields", was commissioned and premiered by the Detroit Symphony Orchestra, and later recorded by the Manhattan School of Music Symphony Orchestra, which was released on Naxos Records. He was also jointly commissioned by the National Symphony Orchestra of Washington, D.C., The Saint Louis Symphony, the Orchestre Nationale de Lyon, the Nashville Symphony Orchestra and Detroit Symphony Orchestra to write a new "Variation on a theme of Paganini." He is currently writing a major work for symphony orchestra.
A classically trained harpist and flutist, Bridget contributes creatively on projects, likening her role to a music producer. Currently acquiring graduate-level knowledge at University of Southern California's Marshall School of Business and School of Cinematic Arts, she ensures the behind the scenes operation is a carefully maintained, well-oiled machine.
Offering a business-minded perspective, she is the yin to Daniel's yang, and between the two of them, all aspects of film music production, both creative and practical, are covered.